This is a spectacular waterfall in the southwest Iceland. You can find it on many postcards so… you should visit it 🙂
What makes Gullfoss special is that you have a chance to see it from above. You will have a feeling that the water disappears under the ground.
Tourists like to visit Gullfoss not only when the weather is warm but also in the winter when it is surrounded by snow. If you dare to do so you should be careful as some paths can freeze over. Wear good shoes and walk slowly.
Together with Þingvellir and the geysers of Haukadalur, Gullfoss is a part of the Golden Circle of Iceland, which is a popular tourist route. The distance from Reykjavik is about 120 kilometers, which translates into 1,5 hours by car.