On the fourth day, we visited the renowned Golden Circle in Iceland. Our accommodation was conveniently located just 15 minutes away from our first stop, the Gullfoss waterfall. Next, we drove to the Geysir geothermal area, which was the highlight of the day. Although Geysir is no longer active, Strokkur still erupts with a jet of boiling water every five to ten minutes, making it a captivating sight to witness and photograph. We spent a considerable amount of time observing the eruptions, fascinated by the sapphire-like bubbles that precede each burst. After our visit to Geysir, we headed to the crater Kerið, which was formed by a volcanic collapse. Finally, we made our way to the Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where a cave behind the waterfall provides a unique view of its beauty from the back.

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