Greater Reykjavik Area Sightseeing

Greater Reykjavik Area Sightseeing

This tour includes the most significant places in the capital and the surrounding towns. Only a few places are listed below.

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TT13 Map

All year

3 hours


9:00, 14:00



    A guided bus tour
    Free pick up at hotels and guesthouses in the Greater Reykjavik area is 30 minutes prior to tour departure time. For hotels located in the city center, pick up and drop off is at special bus stops near the hotels.
    Return to hotels and guesthouses after the tour

Not Included

    Lunch, refreshments



We visit the The old Höfđi house where the all-important summit between the presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbatsjov took place in 1986. Höfđi house is also believed to be occupied by a ghost known as the The White Lady.

The tour proceeds to the the Harpa concert hall and conference centre which was the 2013 winner of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.

We will check out the City Centre. You will see Hallgrímskirkja church, whose design was inspired by basalt lava columns – a common volcanic rock formation in Icelandic nature.

We will visit the viewing platform at Perlan glass dome which provides a 360° view over Reykjavík. After enjoying the view over Reykjavík from Perlan you will see Bessastađir the official residence of the President of Iceland.

Useful Information: Here you will find other information for this tour.

Every day, all year round.

Wednesday departures are also guided in German all year round.

Saturday departures are also guided in Scandinavian all year round.

Similar day tours:

TT05 – City Sightseeing and Golden Circle Afternoon
TT16–City Sightseeing and Blue Lagoon

Pricing policy:
Discounts: Free for children under age 12 in care of adults. 50% discount for youths under the age of 18 (accompanied by an adult).

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