Lovely views from the National Park! Great history behind some of the sites too! I recommend getting a tour.
About Thingvellir National Park
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Hopefully the weather is fine enough to do this walk with gorgeous vistas. Fascinating landscapes. Sheltered. Large fresh water lake nearby. Small gift shop at the top.
Included within our golden circle tour we were driven through the Þingvellir National Park, first over the eurasion plate viewing no mans sunken land between the plates then stopping on the North American plate. At the top of the mid Atlantic ridge is a visitor...More
This park established 930 is the site of the Icelandic parliament from the 13th to 18th centuries as well as the boundary of the North American and Eurasian plates. There is a beautiful expansive view from near the visitor center overlooking the vast valley with...More
As the last stop along the Golden Circle Route, my husband and I saved Thingvellir National Park for last this past January. We spent about two hours before the sun was about to descend back on the horizon to walk along all the pathways for...More
I tried to hit this one very early in order to arrive just before sunrise in order to max daylight exploration. As it was winter and sunrise 10:30 ans sets 3:30, we dove out early also to avoid big crowds as it is one the...More
We visited at the end of December, the views were amazing and the scenery breathtaking. We walked the majority of the route, although it was in places incredibly icy and slippery. If visiting in winter having suitable footware is essential, particualrly when looking at the...More
The whole tourist part of the park is very well organised and signed. the park and its attractions are well explained along the way. Well worth the time taken to wander around the park and see the falls
Yet again the reoccurring theme with the Icelandic scenery is just how stunning it is and Thingvellir national park is no exception. The bridge to view the park is great giving absolutely incredible views for miles, definitely worth a visit. The only downside was that...More