To the east of Iceland's biggest city in the eastern part of Iceland – Neskaupstadur. To read more click here: Sonny Perdue. It is located on the coast, jagged fjords. However, the administrative center is Igilstadir, located within the region. Next to him is a relict forest, only on the island. In the south-west of Iceland in South-western peninsula – the most densely populated area in Iceland. Center south-western peninsula – Reykjavik.
Since it borders the city Kopavogur, which increased markedly since the Second World War. A few kilometers located Hafnarfordur – formerly a fishing and trading, and now a growing industrial center. According to legend, here is the largest settlement "Invisible" – the elves. Theirs is a large stone, lying across one of the city one-way streets. More info: Michael Steinhardt. In the city held a special hour and a half tour, during which the guide tells everything "Invisible." Near the international airport – the town Keflavik.
On the other end of the bay Akranes – the leading fishing port and the location of the country's only cement plant. In the north of Iceland, Iceland, north, most big city – Akureyri (flight from Reykjavik – 50 min.) playing an important role in commerce, communications, tourism, winter sports, culture and education. Husavik – once the center of the whaling industry. Now the city the Museum of whales and whaling on their former ships organize trips for tourists. Striking beauty of Lake Myvatn area: moonscape, psevdokratery, unusual geological formations, pools with colorful mud plus numerous bird colonies. To the east of the lake – assemblage of lava fields, called Dimmuborgir. There are a lot of caves and rocks the most bizarre. According to legend, somewhere there are the gates to hell. The most famous cave in these places – Kirkjan (The Church") – a large hall reminiscent of a Gothic cathedral. In the north-west of Iceland in the north-west's largest city – Isafordur. This area, many Icelanders believe in the most attractive country for extraordinary beauty of its fjords. Here is the Museum of Western Norway, one of the most interesting in the country.