Reykjavik in the scale 1:10.000 and SW Iceland in 1:330.000. Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland and is an interesting city in its own right. We have placed it on one side of the sheet and it looks very good. It includes the international airport (the port of entry for almost everyone visiting Iceland) and includes a good range of hotels, which is very necessary, due to the country’s booming tourism industry. The central core of the city is well-portrayed and the scale is such as to allow us to impose ‘footprints’ of all the buildings in the city. We have also added a listing of the top attractions within the city area, such as the largest church in Iceland, the Jonnsson Sculpture Garden, and the historic Old Harbour. The reverse side of the map covers essentially the southwestern quarter of Iceland, from Keflavik in the far west to partway across the vast Vatnajokull Icefield and north to the town of Stykkisholmur. The map shows all known places of accommodation, including youth hostels, and touristic attractions such as the famous Geysir, the volcanic water eruption that occurs every six minutes and is a ‘must see’ for everyone visiting the country. The map also shows the most popular attractions on the island, including the Golden Circle Route of 300 kms through Pingvellir National Park and the Gullfoss waterfall area. This is an excellent map for those concentrating on this portion of Iceland. We have visited all of these attractions and can guarantee that Iceland is a marvelous travel destination.