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Iceland, a land for all seasons

1 month ago   |   By Radisson Blu

The land of ice and fire is a majestic mix of great outdoors, incredible nature spots and a rich and ancient culture. With 360,000 people living in an area of 103,000 square kilometres, Iceland is perfect to escape the crowds, relax and enjoy pristine nature. If you're trying to decide your first destination after the travel restrictions will be lifted, you should also know that Iceland is the safest country to visit right now having topped the safety index for safe travel for the 12th year in a row! Sounds interesting? We have good news for you! Iceland will be opening its borders to...
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