• Posts Tagged ‘Aurora Borealis’

    Reykjavik – a Place of Extremes

    by  • July 20, 2015 • City Breaks, Nature, Reykjavik

    Iceland is Recognised as the World’s Most Peaceful Nation. I recently stumbled upon an interesting online article, talking about the 20 most extreme places to visit. Destinations of particular note were Ecuador’s Mount Chimborazo, claiming the title of ‘nearest to space’, whilst the scariest destination was awarded to Mexico’s Island of the Dolls. The...

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    Reykjavik and Northern Lights tour…

    by  • April 29, 2014 • City Breaks, Reykjavik

    The most northerly capital of the world, Reykjavik is not your typical European capital. Yes, you will find all the cultural trappings of a large 21st-century European city but its low-level wooden buildings with their traditional corrugated roofs create the appearance of a small, rural town rather than a major city.  And then of...

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    Reykjavik – A chance to see the Aurora Borealis and a taster for the full Iceland experience

    by  • January 9, 2014 • Aurora Borealis, City Breaks, Reykjavik

    Anyone who has been watching Stargazing Live on BBC2 cannot fail to have been amazed by the incredible views of the Aurora Borealis above Northern Norway over the last couple of nights.  Scientists are excited that the impact of a vast solar storm earlier this week may be felt on earth in the form of a...

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