It has been nicknamed Europe’s prom queen, and with hardly 334,000 residents, it attracts millions of visitors annually. Among its attractions are an underground spa, a huge 62-room luxury hotel, and a signature restaurant. One of its hotels is set to be categorized as an adults-only affair. Iceland is largely uninhabited and the scenery keeps changing regularly. Tourists can go chasing the Northern Lights and enjoy waterfalls, geysers, or the hot lagoons.
Anyone telling you there is a negative backlash against tourism in Iceland doesn't know what they're talking about: Despite continued boom in tourism fewer Icelanders view tourists negatively, more positively #Tourism #Icelandhttps://t.co/TWGEL15Zet pic.twitter.com/eMdQkO5BEr— Iceland Magazine (@IcelandMag) August 30, 2018