Why Iceland is a paradise for volcanoes tourism (now too)


J. J. / M. A. B. / J. F. A.



The penultimate eruption of the Fagradalsfjall volcano dates back to about 800 years ago. The last one, last Friday, attracted like a magnet hundreds of hikers who contemplate from a distance the rivers of lava coming down the mountain. It is true that it is the work of Mother Nature, but it seems that of a tourist office offering a very unique attraction. And, in Iceland, volcanic activity is a hallmark. In total they are counted about 130 volcanoes, active and inactive, that are part of any trip around the island. In fact, this activity is a compelling reason why thousands of tourists a year choose (chose in better times) this country as

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