Board this Hop-on Hop-off Bus to see Reykjavik on your own terms! The hop-on, hop-off tour is an easy and practical alternative to the hassle and expense of driving and parking.
Witness the famous landmarks and attractions of this modern city and admire the stunning scenery of the surrounding mountains and the ocean. Board your hop-on, hop-off bus at any of the conveniently located stops, hop off for whale spotting or visit the museum, and hop back on when you’re ready. Travel on the bus as much as you like for 24/48 hours. Informative audio commentary is available onboard in multiple languages.
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About the Supplier: City Sightseeing is one of the leading tour operators offering hop-on, hop-off services across 100 locations worldwide. They have been providing quality services since 1998.
Voucher Information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Your voucher will be valid for 12 months from the date chosen at the time of booking.
Route stops and timings are subject to change. The updated map will be available on the bus.
Reykjavik is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
Stop 10 is closed until further notice, you can catch the bus at stop 9, a short distance away.
Who doesnt love the hop on/off bus? Useful service, good price, gets you to tourist spots and was pretty much on time all day. Maybe could run a little later?
As above. It was a very enjoyable experience.
The hop on hop off bus is very, nice. The top is covered which was nice for rainy days. They have a recorded Audio guide commentary in multiple languages. This was the only thing I saw that needed improvement. I have been on buses that have a person telling things about spots in between the stops. A little more history of the city would be lovely.
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