Reykjavik Greater Area Sightseeing Tour Highlights
Our Reykjavik Greater Area Sightseeing Tour includes visits to: Reykjavik (Hallgrimskirkja) – Perlan dome – 360 view of Reykjavik Area – Reykjavik’s Old Town Centre – Höfði house – The location of “Reykjavik Summit” – Laugardalur Recreation Area – Presidential Residence at Bessastaðir – Hafnarfjörður (Viking Village & Town of Elves)
Our tour includes stops at the Perlan glass dome where a 360 viewing platform provides a panoram view of Reykjavik.
After enjoying the spectacular view over Reykjavik city and its surroundings, the tour proceeds to Reykjavik’s seafront, the old Höfði house where the Cold War ended. An important meeting between the former U.S. President Ronald Reagan and former U.S.S.R. Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev took place here in 1986.
We will also stop is Hallgrímskirkja church who’s design was inspired by basalt lava columns, a common volcanic rock formation in Icelandic nature. From Hallgrimskirkja church the tour explores Reykjavik city centre and around the Parliament building also known as “the Old town”.
If you believe in Elves, you might probably see one in Hafnarfjörður also known as the Viking Village and the Town of Elves.
- Duration: 2,5 hours
- Departure: Before departure remember to dress warmly.
- Main guidance: English
- Bus fare
- English guided tour
- Pick up at specific location 45 min before departure
Iceland is a volcano island and has rough climate. It has extraordinary nature. Every visitor should prepare themselves for various adventures with colorful climate. The nature in Iceland is both ice cold and hot like a fire. Iceland has ice and gravel roads in the highlands. The sun in the spring and summer is strong. When you go to our glaciers bring your sunglasses since the sunlight reflects from the snow and ice. Wear warm and good shoes and dress warmly. The weather can be both warm and cold the same day. Iceland is a country of extremes. You will enjoy it and love. Be prepared for an exciting trip. This is the land of ice and fire.