Iceland's natural beauty and rich folklore come together at Isafjörður's Naustahvilft Mountain, where legend has it a troll hurrying to get home before sunrise to avoid being turned to stone sat at its peak, creating the flat top. The Church of Akureyri inspires the imagination with an architectural design resembling a 1920s U.S. skyscraper on the outside and bas-reliefs on the inside. Waterfalls abound in Seyðisfjörður, where scenes like the Fjarðarheiði mountain pass and Hengifoss beckon you and your fellow explorers to strap on your boots for an invigorating hike. From Tórshavn, follow the paths to the villages of Klaksvík and Gjógv, where a heritage deeply rooted in fishing culture still flourishes. Wandering the cobbled streets of Kirkwall transports you and fellow explorers back to Norse times, leading to a medieval cathedral where, according to local lore, miracles took place. Lews Castle of Stornoway captivates the attention with its lavish, Tudor-style architecture.