- Hallgrímskirkja church
- 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 suburb - town of Elves and hidden people
Reykjavik sightseeing tour description
Reykjavik sightseeing tour includes Reykjavik‘s top attractions, interesting facts and stories that relate to history and culture in Iceland. The tour travels the greater Reykjavik area including surrounding municipalities which provides an excellent opportunity to discover various things to see or to do in Reykjavik during your stay in Iceland.
On this tour you will visit Perlan glass dome where a 360 viewing platform provides some of the best places for sightseeing in Reykjavik.
After enjoying the spectacular view over Reykjavik city and its surroundings the tour proceeds to go to Reykjavik's seafront to the old Höfði house where the all-important summit between former U.S. President Ronald Reagan and former U.S.S.R. Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev took place in 1986.
Next 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 in and around the Parliament building by Austurvöllur which sometime is referred to as "the Old town".
Daily at 09:00 from the bus terminal at Holtagarðar
Pick-up at hotel or guesthouses
45 minutes prior to tour departure
Please wait outside your hotel or guesthouse close the entrance where you'll be visible to our drivers.
Bus and guidance
Up to 90 minutes prior to tour departure.
Our guides on the Reykjavik sightseeing tour have different approaches when it comes to order of attractions visited and stops made.
Want to learn more about Reykjavik city?
Every day, all year round
Tuesday departures are also guided in French all year round. German/English
Wednesday departures are also guided in German all year round.
Saturday departures are also guided in Scandinavian all year round.
For more information see "Destinations in Iceland" and About Iceland" sections