Thingvellir National Park Overview

One of the most prominent historical places to see in Iceland, the Thingvellir National Park was established on the 100th anniversary of Iceland’s parliamentary assembly. Riddled with high cliffs and deep gorges, the stunning National Park is known for its unparalleled beauty. The wildlife here consists of many arctic foxes and minks along with a large bird population. Tourists at the park can enjoy swimming and snorkeling at one of the many glacial rivers at the park. Fishing the park is also said to be a rewarding experience.

Thingvellir, 801 Selfoss, Iceland

Best time to visit:
Between May and October, when the trees at the park are in full bloom

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