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About Isafjordur
Ísafjörður is a town in the north west of Iceland, a Nordic European island country situated at the junction of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.

Dynjandi (also known as Fjallfoss) is the largest waterfall in the Westfjords region. It is made up of 7 waterfalls, totalling around a 100m.

Sea kayaking, hiking, sailing, skiing, wildlife and mountain biking trips in the pristine wilderness around Isafjordur are available from here.

For a bit of history, visit the Isafjordur Maritime Museum.

Jonsgardur Park features an arch made out of whalebone. The Old Hospital is now a cultural centre housing an art gallery and library.

The Edinburgh Cultural Centre hold regular concerts, art exhibitions and other events.

Take a boat trip to see the large colony of eider ducks on the island of Vigur, also spot terns, puffins and black guillemots.

Local shops sell souvenirs such as woollen knitwear, silver jewellery, glass items and painted ceramics.

For the adventurous, the Icelandic delicacy called 'Hákarl' (fermented shark) may be tried. However, many Icelandic people will not eat it because of the strong ammonia taste! There are other options available however, including fresh fish and seafood, Italian, Thai and many bakeries selling sweet treats and its signature hot chocolate.
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Smaller ships may dock in the centre of town, larger vessel anchor and tender passengers ashore.
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