Discover the capital of Iceland at your own pace and leisure during a hop-on hop-off Reykjavik bus tour. Avoid the hassle of figuring out transportation in a new city and discover every attraction that interests you. Visit the National Museum of Iceland, Reykjavik Maritime Museum, Hallgrimskirkja Church, and Harpa Concert Hall during your sightseeing tour. Or you can hop off the bus to enjoy a soak in an outdoor geothermal pool during your Golden Circle Bus Tour. It’s what to do on a Reykjavik day trip when you’re trying to stay warm!
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Trip was as described, voucher sent straight to my email and was easy to use. Reasonable price, very informative and fun. Great way to see the city and places you wouldn't thunk of visiting.
Located in southwest Iceland, Reykjavik represents the cultural, economic, and governmental heart of the country. With a latitude of about 64 degrees North, Reykjavik also serves as the northernmost national capital in the world. However, the weather can be quite dicey and change in no time, so make sure to carry warm clothes with you even if you are heading out on a sunny day.
If you want to explore Reykjavik on a budget, you can visit it in the winter months. It may be biting cold but it is a different kind of beautiful. Plus, you can score some really amazing deals on airfare and accommodation.
The Reykjavik hop-on hop-off bus tours will excite your senses by offering a unique vantage point to observe the city. Choose your own adventure during your vacation by climbing aboard one of our comfortable sightseeing bus tours or go for a combo ticket. You can combine your bus tour with a visit to the Perlan museum, The Golden Circle Tour, and more. Take your pick!
July to August are the summer months in Reykjavik and the most popular time for sightseeing around the city. You can enjoy long days of sunshine (think around 20 hours) and balmy weather which is ideal for exploration in the surrounding areas as well.
The Reykjavik bus tour covers all major attractions of the city including Harpa Laekjartorg, Reykjavik City Hall, The Old Harbour, Whales of Iceland, National Museum, Hallgrimskirkja, Perlan, Kringlan Shopping Centre, Laugardalur Valley, Skarfabakki Harbour, and so on. The stops are subject to change, so it is recommended to check them at the time of booking.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
Reykjavik hop-on hop-off bus tour covers all major attractions of the city with strategically placed stops. Add to that, you can also combine your sightseeing bus tour with the tour of Perlan Museum, The Golden Circle and entry to the Whales of Iceland. These tours also include free guided walking tours, dining options, and immersive audio commentary. You can enjoy live commentary in several languages such as English, German, French, Spanish, Cantonese, Japanese, Italian, and Russian to ensure that you don’t miss a thing.
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