I studied Geology at University many years ago, so going to see some geothermal activity was a must for me when visiting Iceland. The activity is caused by Iceland sitting on the spreading join of the North American and the European plates (the mis atlantic ridge). Lots of bubbling mud, hissing fissures and plenty of hydrogen sulphide and sulphur smells. So unusual and so much fun. No entrance fee.
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