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Holidays in Iceland

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£2,940
Classics Approx. 15 days
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£2,600
Charm and Luxury Approx. 8 days
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£720
Classics Approx. 4 days
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£1,600
Classics Approx. 10 days
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£910
Classics Approx. 7 days
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£2,430
Classics Approx. 15 days
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£1,500
Charm and Luxury Approx. 8 days
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£1,250
Classics Approx. 8 days
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£510
Off the beaten track Approx. 5 days
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£750
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£3,030
Sport and Adventure Approx. 15 days
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Last-minute tips before you plan your trip

Are you planning on visiting Iceland? A wonderful country, but rather far off…No need to worry: The avid travellers at Evaneos.com have prepared the perfect travel guide for Iceland. All the information you need to know is packed into this little handbook: what to pack in your suitcase for instance. Did you know that Icelanders are extremely punctual? Or that there are no trains in the country? It is in fact the only European country without a railway service, due to its frequent seismic activity and rugged uneven terrain. These are only some of the things you will discover about Iceland in the guide, amongst other curious facts: In Iceland there are 13 Father Christmasses! (They are actually elves that drop by houses to give presents and sweets to children on the ‘Nice’ list). Another interesting detail: Icelanders do not have family names…A person is identified by their given name, along with their father’s name and the word “son” for a boy and “dóttir” for a girl…You will also find travel itineraries that will take you to all the main sights. All this and much more in our Iceland travel guide!

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