Get to know the the major sights and unspoiled beauty of Reykjavik—small fishing village turned northernmost capital in the world—on board a double-decker bus. At your own pace, hop on and off at historic harbors, modern museums, and quaint districts as you gain insight into life as an Icelander.
With 360-degree widescreen views from the top deck of your open-aired bus, soak up the dramatic terrain of a city shaped by volcanoes and glaciers. On a clear day make sure to look towards the western horizon to catch a glimpse of the majestic 700,000-year-old Snaesfellsjokull glacier.
Hop off at the National Museum of Iceland to learn about Reykjavik's history, dating back to the Nordic Vikings who first settled here more than 1,100 years ago. Then stroll along the Reykjavik Old Harbor, an area buzzing with a plethora of marine activities, and admire the pristine views across the bay to Mount Esja.
Given Reykjavik's plentiful daylight—over 21 hours during the peak of the season—take full advantage of your 24-hour bus pass to explore the diversity and warm hospitality of Iceland's vibrant and independent capital.
Route stops include:
- City center (Tour starts every hour on the hour)
- Whale Watching Center
- National Museum
- BSI Bus Terminal
- Kringlan Shopping Center
- Hilton Reykjavik Nordica
- Reykjavik City Hostel
- Skarfabakki Harbour