Known as the land of fire and ice, Reykjavik is home to 30 active volcanoes, steaming hot springs and crystalized glaciers, which makes it an otherworldly destination for sites and views. Guests staying at the Hilton Reykjavik Nordica can request a corner king suite or the queen guest room plus to marvel at panoramic views of Mount Esja and Reykjavik Bay. The hotel is situated just a short journey from the city center, a prime location for guests to journey to the country’s other natural wonders – walk to Laugardalslaug, Iceland’s largest geothermal swimming pool, and Laugardalur, where guests can explore Reykjavik zoo. Travel to Iceland from mid-April to mid-August to experience 24-hours of daylight (try a midnight round of golf). Or if seeing the northern lights is on the bucket list, visit between late September and March, when the final traces of the midnight summer sun have gone.