Small Group 8-Hour Golden Circle Tour with Geothermal Bakery Visit

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Reykjavík, Iceland
7 hours
All year
Minimum age
13 years old


Explore the famous sights of Iceland's Golden Circle sightseeing route and visit a geothermal bakery when you book this incredible guided excursion. Those eager to see some of Iceland's most spectacular natural attractions and try some traditional Icelandic food should book this small group tour now.

The tour starts when your guide picks you up from the meeting point in Reykjavik. The meeting point may be your accommodation or a nearby bus stop. You will meet the other guests on this small group tour and start your journey to the Golden Circle sightseeing route.

This Golden Circle excursion is a small group tour, meaning there will be a maximum of 14 people. You will have plenty of opportunities to chat with everyone and ask your guide any questions.

The first stop on the tour is the Thingvellir National Park. Thingvellir National Park, located in Southwest Iceland, is a UNESCO World Heritage site of natural and historical significance.

It is where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet, creating a rift valley.

Thingvellir National Park also holds historical importance as the birthplace of Iceland's Althing, one of the world's oldest parliaments, founded in 930 AD. The assembly's outdoor meeting site, Law Rock, remains a historical symbol.

The park's diverse landscapes include lava fields, lush forests, and pristine lakes.

Next, it's time to visit a geothermal bakery, an experience unique to Iceland. You will have a guided tour and learn more about how Icelanders have used geothermal energy to bake bread for centuries.

You'll also get to taste sweet rye bread and smoked Icelandic trout.

The next stop is the Geysir geothermal area, renowned for its erupting geysers and bubbling hot springs. Located in the Haukadalur Valley, this geothermal field is home to the Great Geysir, which gives its name to all geysers worldwide.

Although the Great Geysir has become less active over the years, its neighbor, Strokkur, regularly shoots scalding water and steam skyward, delighting onlookers.

The vibrant landscape results from intense geothermal activity beneath the Earth's surface, evident in the colorful mineral deposits and boiling mud pots.

The last stop on the Golden Circle sightseeing route is the Gullfoss waterfall. "Golden Falls" is a two-tiered waterfall on the Hvita River. Cascading dramatically into a deep canyon, it symbolizes Iceland's natural beauty.

Its name comes from the golden hue created by sunlight on its mist, and the Gullfoss waterfall's sheer power and grandeur leave visitors awestruck.

At the end of the tour, your driver will take you back to Reykjavik.

Take advantage of this incredible experience discovering the sights of the Golden Circle sightseeing route and visiting a geothermal bakery. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Geothermal rye bread and Icelandic trout
Expert guide
Transfer from Reykjavik
Bakery tour
Free Wi-Fi on the minibus


Cultural Activity
Food & Drinks

What to bring

Warm, waterproof clothing
Good hiking shoes
Reusable water bottle

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