Kun utlendinger må betale

Grunneiere nord på Island vurderer å ta inngangspenger fra utlendinger som vil se fossene i området.

Iceland Review skriver:

RÚV television recently revealed that landowners at Reykjahlíð in the Lake Mývatn area of North Iceland plan to not charge Icelanders any entry fees this summer, as they had previously decided to do. On the other hand, foreigners will be asked to pay ISK 800 (USD 7/EUR 5) if they want to see Dettifoss, Leirhnjúkur or the hot springs east of Námafjall. Dettifoss is the most powerful waterfall in Europe.

Det kan likevel hende at både islandske lover og EØS-reglene kan hindre planene for sommeren. Reiselivsorganisasjonene hevder at det vil være ulovlig å skille mellom islandske og utenlandske turister.

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