Many might underestimate the Icelandic winters as icy and solitary but over the years the Iceland has proved the world wrong. Last three months of the years are very important for fun loving Icelandic folks. We must say that the real fun only begins in the winter months starting from late September going all the way up to New Year’s Eve. Icelanders surely know how to light up their darker times; the illustrious illumination of the Imagine Peace Tower, tribute to the great John Lennon, Reykjavik International Film Festival, the lighting arrangement on every house and street, the festivities of Christmas all ending upon countless firework competitions and bonfire parties on the New Year’s Eve.
Iceland already scores the top mark for natural wonders and you can choose to indulge in any of those natural escapades but you’re up for real fun if you end up in Reykjavik around Christmas time, especially with your family. Stroll around different Christmas markets, let your kids have fun with the Yule lads, find perfect gifts and souvenirs for your family at Yule town houses, munch on the traditional gourmets in Christmas food stands, enjoy the great concert of The Three Tenors at Ingólfstorg Square on December 23rd, book yourself a posh Christmas Eve buffet dinner at an authentic Icelandic diner and who knows you might even get lucky to catch yourself a glimpse of Northern Lights. It is enough to ascertain a great time spent at the most unique places on earth.
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