Iceland sight-seeing "can be done in a week"
24 September 2009 16:04
Brits who are considering taking a holiday to Iceland have been advised that they could fit all their sight-seeing into one week.
According to Ray Steward, marketing manager at holiday firm iceland2go, the country's road infrastructure lends itself to exploring and that people could have different experiences in the country depending on how adventurous they want to be.
"People base themselves in Reykjavik and they see three or four of the sights being based in the city or they go around the ring road for ten days and stop en route to see all the sights," he said.
Brits planning to hire a car and explore Iceland by road may find it wise to check that their travel insurance covers them for travel within the country and any medical treatment which they could require in case of an accident.
Airline Iceland Express recently announced it will be reintroducing its Stansted to Reykjavik flight route due to an increase in passenger demand for the flights.
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