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A stunning natural sight; fair prices in cafe

High location so can be very windy

The population of Iceland is about 300,000. This remote island in the North Atlantic attracts about double that number in tourists and most of them visit Gullfoss. This magnificent waterfall is one of the sights visited on the famous Golden Circle tour which is offered by most of the tour...

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“The Golden Falls”

published 29/09/2011

Impressive sight, easily reached from Reykjavik

Not the most impressive waterfall in Iceland, or s...

Gullfoss is a waterfall in south west Iceland not far from the capital, Reykjavik. It is a popular destination for tourists, as it is part of the Golden Circle tour. Gullfoss (the name means golden falls) is a fall on the Hvita River. In the 20th century there was some speculation that the...

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Amazing natural beauty and power.

Very icy paths in winter.

Visiting Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) in the winter is amazing spectacular and just a little scary. Why so? Well, on average 109 cubic metres of water falls over Gullfoss every second providing an incredible spectacle of movement, colour and sound. The spray created from the plummeting water...

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relatively easy to get to

can be very cold, dangerous

I visited the falls in the February of 2006 and i must say i was only mildly impressed. The walk round to the falls was quite enchanting due to the ice covered paths and railings and it really felt as though you were going into another world. However from the main view point the Falls were still...

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