Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
IS Island, Islandia, Islande, Islanda, Iceland
Reisen, Viajar, Voyager, Viaggiare, Traveling

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100 Best Things to Do in Iceland

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Voyage Islande

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La Langue

L'islandais est une langue scandinave, qui a peu évolué et qui est restée proche du vieil islandais parlé au Moyen Age. C'est une langue assez complexe avec de nombreuses déclinaisons et bon nombre de spécificités, notament dans la prononciation. Heureusement pour les touristes ne parlant pas cette langue, la majorité des Islandais maîtrise aussi parfaitement l'anglais.

Concernant les patronymes, les islandais ont conservé la tradition viking, ainsi le "nom de famille" est composé du prénom du père suivi du suffixe "-son" ("fils de") ou "-dóttir" ("fille de"), de ce fait les membres d'une même famille peuvent avoir un "nom de famille" différent. De même dans l'annuaire les usagers sont classés par prénoms, suivi de leur métier, et non par noms.
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20 Best Things to do in Iceland

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January 25, 2021 by Your RV Lifestyle Staff

Nestled in between North America and Europe, Iceland is the perfect getaway for nature lovers. With sky-high waterfalls and breathtaking glaciers, Iceland packs lots of things to do in just one island. With most journeys between attractions taking a mere two hours by car, you can visit many nature hotspots in one day.

Iceland has a population of just over 350,000 people, and with a surface area of 103,000 square kilometres, it is certainly not a densely populated country. The capital, Reykjavik, is the largest city and is quite far from the definition of “busy”. However, there is still plenty to do and see in Reykjavik for a day or two.

The rest of the island is packed with evidence of high volcanic and geological activity. Flat lava fields, glaciers, volcanoes, mountains and waterfalls will surround you from everywhere. It really looks like something out of this world.

Iceland is also a very popular destination for hikers. There are a number of world-famous treks that are in Iceland, particularly around the Eyjafjallajokull volcano area (which is an active volcano and last erupted in 2010).

The climate is classed as polar – meaning there is a lack of warm summers, with maximum temperatures of roughly 15 degrees celsius in the summer, so, pack warm.

In this article, we will explore the numerous number of activities Iceland has to offer.




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