1. Lake Mývatn
This is a natural reservoir located in the northern part of Iceland. The lake itself isn't that interesting. What matters is its surroundings, which are absolutely worth visiting.
The surrounding landscape is formed by volcanoes, hot springs, and vast lava fields. Close to the lake, you can also find hot water geysers. There's nothing quite like it anywhere else in the world.
That's why Lake Mývatn is one of the most popular tourist destinations. However, people don't just come here to admire the view. The area is great for classic hiking and cycling. If you like fishing, you can also fish here. There is also the opportunity to observe the local fauna.
Here is another lake, this time situated in the south. This is another amazing natural gem of Iceland. The lake is of glacial origin. Its water comes directly from the largest glacier in Europe – Vatnajökull.
It's definitely worth spending some time watching this body of water. Not only are there usually a large number of icebergs floating on the lake, but you can also see parts of the melting glacier crashing directly into the water. This spectacle is impressive even from the shore.
The experience can be further enhanced by renting a boat and watching everything interesting directly on the lake.
We're staying in the south of Iceland for a bit longer. One of the most beautiful waterfalls on the island, Skógafoss, is located here. Due to a large number of hiking trails, it's possible to observe the waterfall from multiple angles.
You can even climb to the top and view the surroundings of the waterfall, which is an amazing sight.
This place is literally surrounded by majestic volcanoes. Like many other Icelandic attractions, here too you can enjoy a breathtaking landscape, which has no equal anywhere else in the world.
Tourists in Hveravellir can not only admire the scenery but also enjoy bathing in geothermal springs.
While nature takes precedence in Iceland, this island also has elements of civilization. Perhaps the most striking example of this is the capital, Reykjavik.
Just like in other European cities, Reykjavik also has bars, restaurants, and various attractions. Among the main attractions of the Icelandic metropolis are the National Museum and the Hallgrímskirkja cathedral, for example.