"Whether you’re hitting the city’s notoriously eccentric party scene or getting steamy in a geothermal hot spring, Iceland has plenty of eco-friendly options available. The country makes good use of its abundant geothermal activity, harnessing the natural heat source for much of its electricity and power needs, and making it one of the most energy-efficient destinations in Europe – hydrogen buses even run the city routes. In fact, so devoted to its green credentials is Reykjavik that the powers that be have pledged to make the city fossil-fuel-free by 2050, as well as aiming for the title 'the cleanest city in Europe.'"
Zoë Smith utser i Boots n All
Reykjavík till ett av Europas mest miljövänliga turistmål.