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    Here's Your 4-Day Food And Travel Guide To Iceland

    From someone who just took the trip. (Me!)

    The summer months are prime time to visit Iceland — and that's because the beautiful country experiences close to 24 hours of sunlight each day.

    Below, you'll find a four-day guide to help you plan your summer Iceland trip and make the most of your time there.

    Float in the Blue Lagoon, a steaming hot geothermal spa.

    Chow down on a hot dog at Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur.

    Explore Reykjavik's colorful streets filled with cozy cafés and cute boutiques.

    Splurge on an amazing meal and some Icelandic specialties at Grillmarket.

    Drive the Golden Circle, and don't forget your camera.

    Eat a locally-grown lunch inside a greenhouse at Fridheimar.

    Take a late-afternoon dip in the Secret Lagoon.

    Dinner at Matur og Drykkur

    Fill your belly with breakfast at Sandholt.

    Go chasing waterfalls along the southern coast.

    Eat fish and chips with a view of the falls.

    Walk on a black sand beach.

    Order the catch of the day at Fish Market.

    Treat yourself to brunch at Snaps Bistro.

    Hike Reykjadalur Valley to find a secret hot spring.

    End the day with dinner and drinks at the hip Kex Hostel.

    What are your favorite Iceland spots? Tell me in the comments!