Originally Posted by Attila the Professor
I had the pleasure of visiting your country - primarily Reykjavik and the Golden Circle (for those who haven't been, it includes a stunning waterfall, the geothermal area from which the word geyser derives, and a rift valley that housed the first Icelandic parliament) - in the summer of 2012. It seems as though every fifth person I know has made the trip since then. Have you noticed an increase in tourism?
Yeah we see a steady increase in tourism here over the last few years.
It is becoming a problem and we need to spend more in infrastructure to be able to accommodate the high volume of traffic visiting Iceland.
If you visit again you will see that much has changes in only a few years.
(I've not been able to log in for some time now to answer and I don't seem to be able to edit the original post. Now I can post but not edit)