Explore the walkable area of Kopavogur—lake views, shopping, and sights from Sundlaugin Versolum Swimming Pool to Natural History Museum of Kopavogur.
Shopping, Tours and Northern Lights
See rifts where the earth’s continents are moving apart, visit a lava-strewn lake and learn about the political beginnings of Iceland.
With its magnificent tower, this church is one of Reykjavík’s most famous landmarks, dominating the skyline and serving as a useful compass point.
The dynamic architectural design and picturesque location of this modern civic building near the Tjörnin lakeside has made it a landmark in downtown Reykjavík.
This unusual glass-domed structure combines the practical aspects of the city’s water heating system with spectacular architectural vision.
From Viking feasts and battles to the independence movement of the 20th century, Iceland’s premier museum preserves every detail of the nation’s history.
Start your stay in Reykjavík with a trip to this antique port district, the point of departure for city tours, boat rides and more.
A wonderland of volcanoes, sprawling glaciers, and black-sand beaches, the south coast is one of Iceland's most breathtaking natural attractions. This tour takes you to the Seljalandsfoss waterfall, Skógafoss Waterfall, Sólheimajökull glacier, and Reynisfjara beach to see all Iceland has to offer.
Tumbling waterfalls, erupting geysers, and wild landscapes sprawling across 2 separate tectonic plates—there's a reason Iceland's Golden Circle is the country's most iconic tour. Discover the natural wonders of Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir hot springs, and the Gullfoss waterfall during this full-day road trip.
Visit the two major attractions of Iceland in one fun filled day! The Golden Circle with Thingvellir, Geysir & Gullfoss and the Blue Lagoon plus a visit to the Kerid volcanic crater combined in a great experience.
Treat yourself to an entire day of sightseeing along the Golden Circle—Iceland's scenic byway that covers 190 miles (306 km) of natural wonders. Visit a UNESCO-listed national park and see bubbling hot springs and an erupting geyser, and then embark on an unforgettable snowmobile tour of Langjökull Glacier.
On the South Coast and Glacier Lagoon Tour you will spend the day experiencing firsthand the invigorating diversity of the Icelandic landscape. From views of Vatnajokull glacier, Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls to the sparkling hunks of ice found on the Diamond Beach at Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon.
Imagine all of the armor-clad adventure, fierce family feuds, and north-of-the-Wall drama of the critically acclaimed TV series Game of Thrones on this outing to filming locations throughout Iceland's rugged wilderness.