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Port of Hafnarfjordur in Iceland sees arrival of Le Boreal cruise ship


The grand Le Boreal cruise ship docked four times at the Port of Hafnarfjordur in southwest Iceland, during its summer travel period in July. On its route to Hafnarfjordur, the ship also stopped at other towns in Iceland including Akureyri, Grimsey, Isafjordur, Vestmannaeyjar and Grundarfjordur.

As part of its scheduled visits to the Port of Hafnarfjordur, the cruise ship docked for two days and for three days on its final visit, allowing disembarking guests with ample exploration time in the picturesque town of Hafnarfjordur. Visitors then either travelled to Keflavik to fly back home or re-boarding for the onward journey to Greenland.

Hafnarfjordur is an ideal town to visit as it offers a wide selection of fun activities, such as swimming pools, local galleries, museums, a golf course, and horseback riding.

Additionally, in June, the annual ‘Bjartir Dagar’ festivities take place between the 2nd and 6th with numerous concerts and events taking place in downtown area. Hafnarfjordur also hosts the annual Viking Festival where crowds of Norsemen from around the world take part in the celebrations.

Furthermore, there are numerous exciting tours within a short distance of Hafnarfjordur, for example the Golden Circle, which includes a trip to the site of Iceland’s first parliament, Thingvellir, the breathtaking waterfall of Gullfoss, otherwise known as the Golden Falls, and the gushing fountains of Geysir.

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