64.2559° N, 21.1295° W
Þingvellir is the oldest national park in Iceland. The park has a rich history as it was the site of the annual parliament in Iceland from 930 to 1798. In fact it was accepted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004 because of the interesting history it holds. Þingvellir is also a site of great geological significance as it lies in a rift valley where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates move apart approximately 2 cm a year.
Here you’ll also find one of the clearest water in the world and we really recommend going snorkeling or diving in Silfra fissure – It’s a once in a lifetime experience being able to swim in a water so clear between two tectonic plates.
750 ISK – 1000 ISK depending on your car size. See more information HERE.
Not allowed. You need a permit. See informations on drones on page nr. 2.