When in Iceland you should rent a car and self drive - there is one road which circles the whole country (the Ring Road), and it's a very friendly and easy country to navigate. Driving is the only way to ensure you experience everything the country has to offer.
In Iceland, most visitors stay in the Reykjavik area or along the south coast. The rest of the island is sparsely populated and even less visited by tourists. The scenery is, however, stunningly beautiful.
I am coming to this magical country in early October for about a week, can anyone tell me is the golden circle road ok for driving at this time (snow and ice)- we would like to drive ourselves. Have some experience driving in Nordic snow. Thanks in advance :-)
'' Here are some restaurant in museums, shopping, camping and hotel rooms in old houses, a lot of old houses on the site, most of which are Norwegian and since the turn of the century in 1900. Scenery here is great and the weather, though sometimes snow in June when more good weather. The place is friendly, the village stands surrounded by mountains that rise to 1000 to 1100 meters and are very steep.