The best locations for glacier visits in Northern Europe The best locations for glacier tourism in Northern Europe are:
With thousands of kilometers of extremely irregular coastline, the ocean is never far in Norway. In many places, deep fjords reach far into the interior of the country.
Spitsbergen (or Svalbard as the Norwegians like to call it) is an island group halfway between the Norwegian north cape and the North pole.
Urban exploration photography (or simply Urbex) is the art of imaging old and abandoned buildings, structures or objects; traces of mankind that are slowly decaying and taken back by nature.
Jostedalsbreen is a vast glacier in Southern Norway and the biggest in mainland Europe. Its many glacier arms reach into the surrounding valleys and there are a lot of places where you can easily get close to the ice.
Iceland is an island of extremes. It is one of the most active volcanic regions in the world, on average there is a volcanic eruption every 4-6 years.