About Fákasel 2018-11-27T22:28:28+00:00

About Fákasel

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      Visited as part of our Golden Circle tour. Had an informative learning session, then went to the barn to see the horses. Take the time to learn about the horses while visiting Iceland, they are not just workhorses. You can also take rides, which we...More

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      We booked online & arrived to find out the show was cancelled. Once everything was sorted out, we were able to see the show another day. We had to be picked up by the bus as we no longer had the car rental. Once we...More

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      Visited the horse park en route to Hella. We watched a horse show for about half an hour then went to see the Icelandic horses in the stables and chatted to some of the riders. The show was very well done. After something to eat...More

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      We arrived for the 430pm Show which is 15 minutes. The kids were very much looking forward to it at the end of the golden circle route! The show started a 1/2 hour late as they were waiting for a tour bus. I think it...More

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      We stopped here on a Gray Line tour. We watched a short film on what makes the Icelandic Horse different. Short muscular stature, thick hair, 5 gaits and brought over by the first Viking. No other horse breeds have been introduced to Iceland and are...More

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      We stopped here as part of a tour group. Upon entry into the building, they have a very nice restaurant and a duty-free gift shop with some unique items. The desserts in the display case looked amazing! Another thing to check out is their bathroom....More

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