Inside Europe: The tourism boom in Iceland
| 05:50 mins.
A decade ago, Iceland’s currency collapse made the capital Reykjavik a convenient stopover on trans-Atlantic trips. Then word spread about the glaciers, geysers, volcanoes, and waterfalls. Today Iceland draws two and a half million visitors a year, and that’s got Alexa Dvorson wondering how well its fragile ecosystems will hold up...and whether the tour guide business could use an upgrade.