Iceland is a European country that consists of a number of islands situated in the Northern section of the Atlantic Ocean. The country has a population of around 350,000 inhabitants and a surface area of 103,000 square kilometers. The capital of the city is Reykjavík and it is the largest city in the country that is often visited by many travelers who tour Iceland. Today we would be shedding some lights on the most important places to visit while in Iceland.
The Gullfoss Waterfalls
Nicknamed as the golden waterfalls because if the tourists who travel to Iceland visit the waterfalls in a sunny day, the waterfalls are coated in the golden color. Several travel packages to Iceland include a visit to the Gullfoss Waterfalls.
The Gullfoss waterfalls tell the legendary story of a girl who used to own the waterfalls in the 20th century. When some investors bought the area, they wanted to build electric energy plants there. However, the girl disagreed but when they ignored her, she walked bear foot for 120 kilometers. When she arrived,