Borgarnes is a metropolis placed on a peninsula at the shore of Borgarfjordur in Iceland and is the largest metropolis in the Borgarbyggd municipality with a population of approximately 3750 citizens. It is a main junction in Iceland and the gateway to the Snaefellsnes National Park. Iceland's capital Reykjavik is 69 kilometers from the middle of Borgarnes.
The 2d largest bridge in Iceland, the Borgarfjardarbru, connects visitors to and from Reykjavik. There are four countrywide forests inside the vicinity which are overseen by means of the Icelandic Forest Service. The wooded area in Borgarfjardur are mix of Birch woods and local conifers. These forests are Vatnshorn, Nordtunga, Selskogar, Stalpastaðir and Jafnaskard. Borgarnes has the oldest and tallest of the birch timber in Iceland. The Safnahus Borgarfjardar is a civilization museum that displays cultural artifacts and historic pictures. Safnahus Borgarfjardar was one in every of Iceland's first collections to receive the formal popularity of the Saga Council in 2013.