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    Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    Has anyone been to the Faeroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland? I know that the Faeroe Islands and Greenland are part of Denmark while Iceland is an independent country. What would visa requirements be like for these countries?

    I have been fascinated by these countries for a very long time and I would love to visit. They're all extremely expensive and I am sure getting there won't be the easiest journey.

    I would love to hear from travelers who have been there.

    Thanks

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    I have never been there but plan to do so. One thing everybody should do once in their lives is to see the Northern Lights. The aurora borealis is visible from Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Greenland (basically anywhere from Scandinavia) during the long winter months, when it's coldest. Of course you can see the Northern lights from Canada/Alaska, but seeing them from Europe should come as a bonus since there are many other things to do/see in those countries. Also, they're an absolutely remarkable sight when you do see them.

    As a EU resident, I can't help you much concerning visas and other documentation, but maybe these links will help.

    Norway
    UDI: Visa
    Iceland
    Individual Tourist visa > Visa to Iceland > Consular Services > English > China > The Icelandic Foreign Services
    Greenland

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    Iceland is an absolutely wonderful country to visit. It is quite expensive, however. Compared to the U.S., it is probably 1.5 times as expensive for things like food and drinks. For example, I remember paying almost $20 USD for a burger, fries and a beer. Food options are also fairly limited at the grocery store; remember, this country is almost in the Arctic Circle, and most products have to be imported. The one huge exception to this is fish; dried fish, especially, is available for almost nothing.

    Traveling around the country is not insanely expensive, and is very simple and straightforward. The state runs a bus line that will basically take you anywhere; if you are outdoorsy and adventurous, many of the buses have all-terrain tires and will drop you off at beautiful trailheads throughout the country.

    If you go, I would suggest camping as an inexpensive and enjoyable option. There is even a campground in the city of Reykjavik!

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    No i have never been to all these places because i have never visited Denmark in my life but i would love to go there after my tour of yellowstone. I'm really impressed by the beauty of that place.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    Faeroe Islands is the part of Denmark. I visited there about few months ago with my friends. We really enjoy there at nature beauty sights. I would love to go there again with my family. Many visitors go there every year.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    Faeroe Islands is a new name for me I never have been to there till yet and so sure that it would be really very nice time for me if i will make a tour to there and would love to do it, Anyway at that time i am thinking to join hershey’s chocolate world tour and so sure that i will have amazing time there.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    The Faroe Islands are a piece of the kingdom of Denmark. The islands were a Danish area until 1948, yet have from that point forward been self-administering as set down in the Home Rule Act. Guard matters and remote arrangement don't go under the Home Rule, however the Faroese powers do lead transactions in regards to angling rights with different nations, both with and without the investment of the Danish Foreign Office.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    I am feeling very bad to tell you that guys I am blank about the Faroe Islands and never been there in my life. This is a new thing for me and after that, I wanna know from you something about its currency and visa procedure. Does anyone like to share with all of us?

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    In all these particular attempts i am sure we would love to have it all growing in a positive way bus tour to niagara falls helps with the needs that we would love to keep in most of the ways in it and so far it goes really far.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    Faeroe Islands is just really great kind of destination to go for enjoy something really nice kind of travel time ahead surely. After sightseeing in new jersey I will be there surely to enjoy something too much nice kindof travel exproence ahead surely.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    Iceland is really a wonderful country to visit. It is quite expensive, compared with other countries. Yes, there are so many natural beauties in Iceland for travelling. The national park, waterfalls, Golden Circle and Northern lights are the attractive tourist places for all travellers. I like to travel waterfalls and Northern lights in Iceland. I saw the wonderful lights there. One travel company Go to joy Iceland helped us to travel there.

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    Re: Denmark, Faeroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland

    I watch the video and it's a really good concept describing the top location of Iceland. I had been there 1 year ago with my friend and it was really full of fun. However we really grateful to travel agency like Discover Iceland to give us the best driver who transported us very well timed. Also, the hotel we choose was really provided the best service during our stay. Its really great place worth to visit.

 

 

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