Iceland: The Bradt Travel Guide

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2008 - Travel - 424 pages
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Exotic, yet conveniently close, Iceland attracts a majority of visitors from North America and the rest of Europe. With its colossal glaciers, vast lava flows and thundering waterfalls, the country's primordial landscape awards visitors with unforgettable vistas and incredible trekking beneath the glowing northern lights. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast, an independent traveler on a budget, or a comfort-seeking tourist, author Andrew Evans shows you how to do it ? ?Icelander' style ? at this trendy, eco-friendly destination.

 

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Best for: Those traveling to Iceland who want some more history beyond a couple pages in the back of the book. In a nutshell: Author Andrew Evans provides a (more than usual) in-depth history of ... Read full review

Contents

Background Information
3
The Icelanders
36
Preparations
65
Travelling in Iceland
91
Reykjavik
121
Reykjanes
187
Suduriand South Iceland
199
Vesturland West Iceland
235
Norckiriand Vestra The Northwest
291
Norflurland Eystra The Northeast
307
Austuriand East Iceland
365
Halendifl The Highlands
397
Language
407
Further Information
415
Index
421
Copyright

Vestfirfiir The West Fjords
257

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About the author (2008)

Andrew Evans has travelled widely in Iceland and destroyed several rental cars in the process. Author of Bradt’s Ukraine and Kiev, he currently resides in Washington, DC.

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