Translating to the "Golden Falls", Gullfoss on a sunny day is truly spectacular. The famous waterfall got its title from its stunning view as, in the sun when the water plunges down below, the waterfall appears golden.
With a tumultuous winter climate, the Golden Circle is best experienced in the summer months, when sunshine prevails and days stretch across 20 hours. With just four hours of sunlight per day, winters in the Golden Circle Iceland can be grim for first-time travelers to Iceland.
With Golden Circle Iceland sites spanning a 100km radius, your best bet to reach these destinations is by driving. Bus and car tours run frequently, and usually begin and end in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik.
The Golden circle refers to the circular route in southern Iceland spanning around 186 miles that starts and ends in Reykjavik.
It will take approximately 4 hours to make a full trip around the Golden Circle. It is best to allocate about 6 to 8 hours for a full day trip.
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