Odenza Reviews Reykjavík, Iceland

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Reykjavik is Iceland’s biggest city and is located on the countries’ coast. Reykjavik is considered the northernmost capital of the world. Beyond being home to most Icelanders, it also hosts most of all foreign guests who visit Iceland. Must see spots include the National and Saga museums featuring Iceland’s Viking history. Hallgrimskirkja church and rotating Perlan glass dome provide breathtaking views of the sea and nearby hills. Illustrating the island’s volcanic activity is the Blue Lagoon spa, located near the village of Grindavik. View the spectacular Northern Lights during the winter or experience the everlasting daylight during summertime.  is really an exceptional travel destination to visit in any season.

Arctic Circle, Sunset

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“Science tells us that hot water turns into a cloud of ice crystals when tossed at subzero temperatures, but Ontario based photographer Michael Davies managed capture this phenomenon on camera. This past Sunday, just 20km south of the Arctic Circle, Davies took these incredible photos of his friend Markus hurling hot tea in -40°C weather.”

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Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan

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Japanese Macaque monkeys, also called snow monkeys, relax in the hot springs at the Jigokudani Monkey Park in Yamanouchi, Japan. They visit the springs to escape the cold. The park is open to visitors in winter between 9am and 4pm.