On Wednesday we did a full-day tour along the so-called Golden Circle with three of the most important sights, including one of the largest waterfalls of the Gullfoss, a geothermal field with hot springs and geysers in the Haukadalur Valley and the Þingvellir National Park. No doubt each of these places dazzled us with its beauty, but the sight of the only geyser active today – Strokkur – was delightful. The park of Þingvellir is interesting for its geology, visible reefs and tectonic plates, as well as for its history, as it is of great importance to the Icelanders. It was here that the first parliament was convened and executions were carried out. After our return we had dinner together with students and teachers from the partner countries in a traditional Viking restaurant. We tasted the local food and shared our impressions of the tour.