Iceland is one of the world’s top travel destinations, but wow is it expensive!
Yet, it is possible to have fulfilling cultural experiences there without breaking the bank.
You find the free things to do!
That what makes this book different from other discount guidebooks. It’s not about cheap things to do. It’s exclusively about FREE things to do and how to get free travel incentives.
Did you know that Iceland is said to have the most beautiful church in the world? And it’s free to enter!
Iceland offers many free activities, destinations, events, and music, festivals, and more. And that’s what this book is all about: having a good time without spending a dime.
You can stretch your travel budget, if you know where to look…
For example, inside you will find free attractions such as:
•The Crystal Cave
•Best places to see the Midnight Sun & Polar Nights
•The Sun Voyager
•A monumental monument to the first settler (and ruler) of Iceland
•The Reykjavik Evening Walking Tour
•Free events, lectures and family activities
•A 13th century carving of the Lion-Knight Legend
•Money from Iceland’s historic trading partners
•The third largest geothermal power station in the world
•A geothermal beach
•The Northern Lights Center
•Swimming Pool Night
•Iceland Saga Trail
WHY THIS E-GUIDEBOOK IS DIFFERENT
This book is not about discount travel. It’s about FREE travel.
1)It only includes free activities, events, locations & attractions
2)it’s exclusively formatted for the Kindle and Kindle App
3)It’s interactive, so you can easily access directions from your current location, reviews from other travelers, and more information entries in the book.
WHAT YOU’LL FIND INSIDE
This book is part of the Travel Free eGuidebook Collection. It is also a chapter in Free Things To Do In Scandinavia, and my upcoming Free Things To Do In Europe.
Readers of my blog and other guidebooks on free things to do in Europe have been asking me for more free attractions across Scandinavia, and so this book and similar books on Denmark, Norway, and Sweden were born. It’s shorter than most of my others and therefore priced lower.
Inside you’ll find attractions that are always free, sometimes free, or free for certain people.
Each entry has a well-researched description, contact information (email, phone, website), and links to contextual information. Color photos too!
It works great with the Kindle App for your smartphone, so you can get directions from Google.
Thanks to many loyal readers who email me when information changes and when they find free activities, this book is constantly being updated. It has been reorganized by town location, but still includes a reference by city and one by category, so you can quickly find all the free museums, art, literature, music, etc.
This book will help you enjoy Iceland spending nothing but time. It’s just a few bucks, but it could save you hundreds.