Exciting 24-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Reykjavik Sightseeing with Entrance to Perlan's Wonders of Iceland
Explore the best of Reykjavik at your own pace by booking this exciting 24-hour hop-on hop-off city sightseeing bus tour with entrance to the 'Wonders of Iceland Exhibition' in Perlan. If you want to immerse yourself in Rekjavik's rich culture, experience its awe-inspiring architecture, and marvel at Iceland's breathtaking beauty, then this sightseeing excursion is for you.
You may hop on and off at the sixteen conveniently located bus stops and have the freedom to visit the city at your own pace. Below is our recommendation on how to go about your day.
Use your 24-hour bus pass to explore the best of Reykjavik, the world's stunning northernmost capital city. Start the tour at the Harpa concert hall overlooking the bay, and then hop on the bus to the Whales of Iceland, where you can take in the beauty of the massive Icelandic sea mammals.
Once you hop back on the bus, make sure you stop at the Perlan Museum, home to the Wonders of Iceland exhibition. Here you can walk through an ice cave and see what lurks below the mystical Icelandic waters. You'll also feel the force of a volcanic eruption where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates collide.
Before hopping back on the bus, take a moment to experience a once-in-a-lifetime view from Perlan's 360-degree viewing deck. It's truly one spectacular moment you wouldn't want to miss.
Don't forget to bring your camera so you can photograph the incredible natural wonders that surround the city, which draw in admirers from all over the world.
The city has more than just natural beauty, though. This city sightseeing excursion will also take you to places that harbor some vital information about Iceland's culture and history, like the Hallgrimskirkja church and Reykjavik's museums.
The Hallgrimskirkja church is the tallest in Iceland. Its otherwordly structure has become an important landmark that symbolizes Iceland's national identity, while the Reykjavik museums contain information on Iceland's maritime history, the northern lights, and so on.
After visiting the church and museums, there is still plenty to do. Hop off the bus at Laugavegur main street, the city's most famous street, lined with hip bars and unique shops, and grab a bite.
And finally, don't let the day get away from you without slipping into your bathing suit at Laugardalslaug pool or any of the city's geothermal pools.
This city sightseeing tour stops at nearly all of Reykjavik's major sights and has audio guides available in eight languages. The excursion is operational all year round except for a few dates, for which you can check availability. Children up to the age of 11 can travel for free.
Experience Reykjavik's cultural and national wonders in a self-paced adventure with this exciting sightseeing tour! Check availability now by choosing a date.
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You can hop off and on as you like for 24 hours!
The bus doesn't operate on the following days: 17 June, the day of the Reykjavik Pride parade, during the Reykjavik Marathon, and 31 December.