Culture Tours

Immerse yourself in Icelandic culture, history and legend.
Culture tours include visits to authentic fishing villages, monumental buildings and historic landmarks, excursions around Reykjavík and small towns, and introduce you to Icelandic music, cuisine and nightlife.

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Culture Tours

Immerse yourself in Icelandic culture, history and legend.
Culture tours include visits to authentic fishing villages, monumental buildings and historic landmarks, excursions around Reykjavík and small towns, and introduce you to Icelandic music, cuisine and nightlife.
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7 Day Summer Package | Customise Your Trip

Create the perfect holiday in Iceland with this 7-day summer package. See some of Iceland’s most beautiful sights, such as Reynisfjara black sand beach and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, and customise your days by adding exciting activities such as visiting the Blue Lagoon and hiking in the Highlands. This is the perfect holiday package for those who like to follow their own path but let others take care of the arrangements.With this 7-day package, you’ll get a tour of the famous Golden Circle which you can spice up by adding adventures such as snowmobiling on a glacier, snorkelling in Silfra fissure or riding an Icelandic horse. You will also embark on a 2-day tour of the stunning South Coast of Iceland, seeing silvery waterfalls, stretches of black sand beaches, majestic glaciers, and a stunning glacier lagoon. There, you will have the opportunity to go glacier hiking and, if travelling from May onwards, sail between icebergs at Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.Back in Reykjavík, you will have the choice of taking a tour which allows you to step inside Langjökull glacier or entering the magma chamber of a volcano. You can also choose to spend the day exploring the city, take a journey into the Highlands or go whale watching.All accommodations, transfers, and activities will be taken care of prior to your arrival, and so all you have to do is decide what you want to do with your time in Iceland.Customise your trip to the land of ice and fire and book this fantastic 7-day summer package now. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.9
8 reviews

Duration:
7days
Available:
Mar. - Oct.
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Reykjavik City Card | 24 Hours

Explore Reykjavík's many museums, galleries and parks and get to know the world's northernmost capital better with the 24-Hour Reykjavík City Card. This purchase is perfect for every traveller who wishes to experience the heart of Iceland's capital at the best possible price.The card gives free access to all City Museums and Galleries, including the National Gallery and Museum. If you plan to visit more than two museums, you'll be saving money with the Reykjavík Card.It is also valid for the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo, public transport, the seven geothermal pools in the capital area as well as offering wallet-friendly discounts to numerous interesting locations and activities throughout the city. You'll also get discounts at various restaurants, shops and cafés, and on a number of tours that operate within the city centre.Please bring your voucher to one of these locations:Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00.Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.You can start your adventure right away. A short distance from City Hall is the Settlement Exhibition which will grant you with a remarkable insight into the life and times of the first settlers and the Vikings. Then, just a short walk away you'll find the National Museum, which offers you to take a tour through the history of Iceland. If you'd want to venture even further, hop on the nearest bus and explore the wider city; you'll find a bus stop right outside City Hall.Grab a master key to the city and experience all that the streets of Reykjavík have to offer. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.9
36 reviews

Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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Hop On - Hop Off | City Sightseeing

Hop on and off the cherry-red City Sightseeing bus to easily travel around Iceland's charming and picturesque capital. This offer is perfect for those travellers looking for an efficient and reasonably priced method of exploring Reykjavik and all of its major attractions.See the best Reykjavik has to offer with a bus tour which allows you to explore the city at your leisure, with the opportunity to hop on and off at any of the convenient bus stops around the city.For example, you could hop off at stop 2 for the chance to partake in some whale watching. Spot minke and humpback whales, porpoises and even dolphins! Don't forget to look out for feathered friends, wheeling high over the waves and nesting on the craggy cliffs. You may see many bird species, such as gulls, geese, and the adorable puffins.Other stops include at Lækjartorg, the town square, located beside Laugarvegur, the main shopping street, and the Old Harbour, complete with restaurants, cafés and cocktail lounges, as well as most of the active whale watching and puffin boats.You could also choose to stop at Whales of Iceland, one of the country's newer museums, featuring 23 life-sized models, an interactive installation and a virtual reality experience. And no sightseeing tour of the capital is complete without a visit to Hallgrímskirkja, the city's famed church. You will note the distinctive architecture, inspired by the basalt cliffs found on Iceland's southern coast, as well as a statue dedicated to national hero, Leifur Eriksson. You will even have the chance to go to the top of the soaring bell tower where you can view the entire city.This is but a handful of the many attractions that await you in Iceland's capital. Don't delay any further and discover the city for yourself with this hop on - hop off offer sightseeing around Reykjavik. Check availability now by choosing a date. 
3.3
7 reviews

Duration:
24hours
Available:
Jul. - Dec.
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Reykjavik City Card | 48 Hours

Explore Reykjavík in-depth with the 48-Hour City Card. Not only will you be provided with free access to all City Museums and Galleries, but you'll also receive free entry to public transport and seven geothermal swimming pools. The 48-Hour City Card is perfect for those seeking to get the most out of both their time and budget while staying in Reykjavík.The card is also valid for Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo and the ferry to Viðey Island. On top of that, it provides you with a discount to several privately run museums, sightseeing tours and selected restaurants.Please bring your voucher to one of these locations:Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00.Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Your adventure can start right away! Near the City Hall are both the Settlement Exhibition, where you can learn about the Viking settlers, and the National Museum. Just outside the City Hall is a bus stop so you can explore the wider city.If you want, you can begin or end each day like a local and visit one of the seven geothermal swimming pools dotted around the city. Entry is free with the city card, and there is no better feeling than to breathe in the fresh air while soaking in the warm waters of a hot tub.With the City Card, you can also receive discounts in a number of restaurants and shops, allowing you to fully enjoy Iceland’s capital city without having to worry too much about your budget.So don't wait! Book the 48-Hour City Card now, for the smartest way of travelling and sightseeing in Reykjavík City. Check availability by choosing a date. 
4.6
15 reviews

Duration:
30minutes
Available:
All year
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5 Day Self Drive Tour | Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Book this self-drive tour and visit Iceland's most famous attractions, including the Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle, Reynisfjara black sand beach, Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, and many of Iceland's most famous waterfalls. Having your own car gives you the freedom to explore the most popular destinations of Iceland the way you would like, without having to worry about a tour guide or others in your group.You'll travel in full comfort throughout your trip. All lodgings will have an ensuite bathroom and breakfast will always be included, so you will be able to rest comfortably between your days of adventure. On the first day, collect your car and head to the capital city, Reykjavik. You'll have the evening to decompress from your flight and settle in. If you like, you can relax at the world-famous Blue Lagoon before you go ahead to the city. You'll begin the proper adventure on the second day, by driving around the Golden Circle. You're in the driver's seat, so spend the day doing what you'd like. Visit the foundation of Icelandic history, Þingvellir, see the geysers, and enjoy the famous Golden Waterfall, Gullfoss.Further along on your trip, you will travel alongside the infamous glacier and volcano Eyjafjallajökull, and past the stunning Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. The highlight of the South Coast is the otherworldly Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where you can sail among great icebergs, and walk along where they have stranded at the nearby Diamond Beach.A boat trip around the glacier lagoon is just one option you can add to your stay. You can also go horse riding, glacier hiking, snowmobiling, and even on a trip inside the ice caves. All these adventures are at your fingertips, and if reserved with the tour booking, they come at a special, discounted price, to help you add more excitement to your arctic holiday. We understand that you are visiting Iceland to experience nature at its best, and to escape the city and its crowds. That is why we have included hidden gems and spectacular attractions not known to many others on this tour. The itinerary we'll provide you with will ensure you don't miss a thing.So don't hesitate; jump on this opportunity to see some of Iceland's best attractions in just five days! Check availability by choosing a date.
4.8
25 reviews

Duration:
5days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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6 Day Self Drive Tour | The Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Explore the best of Iceland on this affordable 6-day self-drive package. This tour takes you from the world-famous Blue Lagoon, through the vibrant capital city of Reykjavik, up the beautiful south coast, around the Golden Circle, and all the way to the incredible Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. You are behind the wheel on this self-drive so you can jam every minute with beautiful scenery, local hot spots, and historical landmarks, or you can choose a few must-see locations and go slowly, taking time to meet the locals and to set up gorgeous photos. To make sure your holiday is both relaxing and full of adventure, you will lodge in full comfort, with an ensuite bathroom and breakfast included.On this tour, you will see incredible sights, including the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, the fascinating rift valley of Þingvellir, and landmarks like Gullfoss waterfall and Reynisfjara beach. The tour is crowned, however, by an afternoon at Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where you can watch seals rest on and frolic around beautiful icebergs, as they break from a glacier and float serenely to the ocean. It is important for most travellers that they experience the real Iceland, and feel its history within the stunning nature. To help you with this, you will receive a custom itinerary after who book, which will draw your attention to a few unique spots that will allow you to relax without the crowds, and take in the true desolate beauty of this country. Don't forget to take a look at the extra activities during booking. You can go hiking; ice caving; snorkelling; horse-riding; snowmobiling; and even descend into an empty magma chamber of a volcano. There are near endless options for those with a taste for adventure, and to top it off, they all come at a special price when included in this tour upon the time of booking. From spectacular mountain hikes to black sand beaches, waterfalls to the glacier lagoon, this trip has it all. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.8
35 reviews

Duration:
6days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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5
2 reviews

Duration:
7days
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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8-Day Winter Package | Ring Road of Iceland in a Small Group

Witness the marvels of Iceland in winter without worrying about planning or driving yourself. This immersive vacation package is perfect for anyone who is spending 7 nights in Iceland. You will be guided in a comfortable minibus around Iceland's famous ring road to incredible locations such as the Golden Circle, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the Eastfjords and Lake Mývatn.This package should appeal to anyone who is eager to see the beautiful sites and landscapes of Iceland, as well as those who seek to include some adventure on their holiday. In addition to sightseeing across the South, East and North of this amazing country, you have the chance to go horse riding or book glacier hiking and ice caving excursions to truly make the most of the opportunities that come with winter.Of course, as this tour is conducted in the winter you will also have plenty of chances to see the Northern Lights. You will be travelling in the dark hours to reach your destinations around the ring road, and often staying in rural hotels, giving you better odds of capturing the phenomenon than those who are just staying in the capital.Your accommodation in Iceland will all be sorted for you prior to arrival, as well as transfer to and from Keflavík International Airport, as well as a guided six-day tour. You can also choose to add a trip to the Blue Lagoon for a bit of extra pampering.Do not miss this chance to see Iceland’s greatest sites in the winter. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
9 reviews

Duration:
8days
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Reykjavik City Card | 72 Hours

Get to know Reykjavík City with the 72-Hour City Card! The card gives you free access to all of the City Museums and Galleries, as well as all public transport and seven geothermal pools. Those looking for the best bang for the buck when it comes to culture and entertainment, should grab this chance now. Not only will you get free access to museums, galleries, swimming pools and public transportation for 72 hours, you will also get a discount at privately run museums, sightseeing tours and selected restaurants.Please bring your voucher to one of these locations:Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00.Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Learn about Iceland through the Reykjavík's many museums. At the Settlement Centre, you can get a remarkable insight into the life of the first Viking settlers; all in the vicinity of an unearthed Viking longhouse—discovered only a decade ago in the city centre itself.At Árbær Open Air Museum, the myriad of old houses and reconstructed homes of the locals from the late 1700's until the 1950's comes alive each day with activities and traditionally clothed staff, who are more than willing to let you try your hand at old-fashioned Icelandic farm work.The Maritime Museum will show the development of the Icelandic fish industry through the years, and at The National Museum, you'll learn the story of Iceland from the medieval days to current contemporary culture.You could also visit the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo, the perfect location for the little ones. Nearby lies the grand geothermal swimming pool Laugardalslaug, ideal for a soak after a day in the park. Access to all city pools is included with your card, so feel free to explore each or all of them.So don't wait! Explore Reykjavík in-depth with the 72-Hour City Card. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.8
21 reviews

Duration:
30minutes
Available:
All year
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Reykjavik Beer Tour

Don't miss the perfect evening out in Reykjavik. The Reykjavík Beer Tour is a great choice for those seeking a lively night out, new friends, and some local culture.You'll visit three excellent bars and sample ten microbrew beers, which is ample to give you a nice warm buzz before you start dancing in Reykjavik. You don't have to be a huge beer lover to enjoy our tour as your expert guides will experiment with different styles to cater to diverse tastes.Some of the beers you will try on the tour are not to be found anywhere else in Iceland, and can only be experienced in one of the special bars you will visit, such as one made with Skyr, an Icelandic yoghurt.You will also sample Brennivín (if you are up for it), the unique Icelandic spirit that's sometimes called Black Death when it's exported, for its strong taste.Your expert guide will introduce you to the interesting and funny history of beer and alcohol Iceland, in particular, the prohibition of beer that started in 1915 and was only lifted in 1989. They will also tell you all about the microbrewery revolution that started in 2006 in Iceland, how the country now has over 30 microbreweries operating.Your group's meetup place is by Ingólfstorg Square downtown, and it's a very short walk to your first bar, but please keep in mind you are in Iceland so dress in layers. In your first bar, you'll start with a glass of the most seasonal beer available before you head to the second to sample five different flavours based on what's available at that moment; no beer tour is the same.Finally, you'll head out to our final bar where you get the final three to four samples, depending on if you want to try the Brennivín or not.Don't miss this exciting introduction to Icelandic nightlife. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
2 reviews

Duration:
2.5hours
Available:
All year
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West Coast & Snaefellsnes Peninsula with Lava Caving & Northern Lights Hunting | 2 Day Tour

Explore the beauty of west Iceland in the winter with this fantastic 2-day tour to Snæfellsnes Peninsula, where you’ll see waterfalls, hot springs, lava fields, white and black sand beaches, and a legendary glacier. You'll also visit historic villages, step inside an 8,000-year-old lava cave, and hunt for the elusive Northern Lights. Those looking for a tour that combines Iceland’s breathtaking beauty with its rich history (and just a dash of adventure) need to look no further.The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is often referred to as ‘Iceland in Miniature’ because of its many and varied natural formations. On this tour, you'll not only explore this fascinating region, but also the equally impressive albeit often overlooked west coast.You'll be picked up in the morning by a professional guide and driver who will take you on an epic journey around western Iceland where you’ll trek the Hvalfjörður fjord, visit the geothermal area at Deildartunguhver hot spring, learn about Vikings and the Sagas, and watch waterfalls cascade.After spending a restful night at one of the best available hotels on the West Coast, you will hike along a path that takes you past dramatic cliffs, explore a black pebble beach, descend into a lava tube, and photograph Iceland’s most iconic mountain, Kirkjufell, all in the shadow of the impressive Snæfellsjökull glacier.Discover some of Iceland’s most iconic sites as well as some hidden gems with this excellent tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.5
25 reviews

Duration:
2days
Available:
All year
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Grand lux Lake Myvatn Tour | Nature Baths & Lunch

This tour will connect amazing nature, fantastic local farm cuisine and a relaxing time at the geothermal hot spring of Mývatn Nature Baths. You'll get a luxury experience at an affordable price as you'll travel in a small group in an SUV to some of Iceland's most beautiful sites accompanied by a professional guide.The tour starts in the morning when you are picked you up from your accommodation in Akureyri or the local airport. You'll then drive away from the town, on the east side of Eyjafjörður fjord, to the first stop of the day, the beautiful Goðafoss waterfall. From there you will be driven to Lake Mývatn where you will find numerous sightseeing spots like Dimmuborgir lava fields, Grjótagjá hot spring, and Námaskarð geothermal area. The landscapes around the lake itself are also spectacular.Lake Mývatn is steeped in both history and folklore, from space explorations and Game of Thrones to trolls and yule lads. Your local guide will tell you all about the stories and legends of the place as you traverse the area.Near the lake, you'll find the beautiful cowshed farm resort and restaurant. You'll get to enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch at the restaurant of either lamb or char from the lake, as well as get a fantastic view of Hverafjall mountain as you enjoy the food. After lunch, you'll get to relax at the geothermal hot springs at Mývatn Nature Baths. The warm water will soothe any aching muscles as you soak in the blue water, surrounded by lava, lake and volcanoes. After towelling off, it is time to drive back to Akureyri where you can enjoy the relaxing and cosy atmosphere that the 'Capital of the North' has to offer.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
Jul. - Nov.
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The Reykjavík Food Walk

Explore the city of Reykjavík through the local food on this mouth-watering walking tour. Learn about the history and culture of this beautiful city while dining on traditional Icelandic cuisine. This tour is your doorway to the ultimate Icelandic food and culture experience and should not be missed by any food-lovers.You will get a chance to experience food traditions dating back hundreds of years as well as a few more recent ones. You’ll get to try the grass fed and free roaming Icelandic lamb and taste Skyr, which has been a part of Icelandic cuisine for over a thousand years. You’ll sample the best local cheese, enjoy a homemade ice cream from a family run business and visit Reykjavík’s famous hot dog stand.The tour starts at Harpa Concert Hall, where you will meet your local guide who will take you to some of the city’s most beautiful attractions and inform you about Icelandic culinary traditions; how some of them have changed and how others have remained the same for centuries.This tour will give you a great understanding of the city, and you will gain an insider's knowledge of the best places to eat in Reykjavík. Your guide will take you through the main streets of downtown Reykjavík to the most popular restaurants, as well as take you off the beaten path to some secret local hangouts. You will visit selected eateries for both a casual and a fine dining experience.The menu for this tour has been hand-selected for the season, so you’ll be treated to the best culinary delights available. The tour focuses on the most delicious Icelandic cuisine, and so it leaves out some of the less appetising dishes such as fermented shark and ram testicles. However, your local guide will be more than happy to suggest to you where you can find those things.Bring your appetite and don’t miss out on this cultural experience. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
2 reviews

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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The Reykjavik Bar Crawl

Experience the legendary Reykjavik nightlife with the locals. The 3-hour-long Reykjavik Bar Crawl will take you from one bar to another with a nightlife professional at your side, and allow you to experience the country's premium beer, unique cocktails, and spirits.Whether you are travelling by yourself, with a partner, with colleagues or friends, this is the tour for you.You will start the night off at one of the best cocktail lounges in Reykjavik, where you'll sip on delicious drinks crafted by some of the city’s most talented mixologists. From there, you'll visit a true Viking bar where you'll blend in with the locals and enjoy some Icelandic brews and snacks, most notably the traditional Brennivín schnapps and fermented shark. These are classic Icelandic flavours all travellers here should attempt to try.Once you've shaken off the awful flavours and enjoyed the local company, you'll head towards a place you can dance. First, however, you’ll stop at Bill Clinton’s favourite Icelandic restaurant, the famous hot dog stand, where your meal is included. Finally, you'll hit the dance floors VIP style. On this tour, you will jump in front of the line, get a brew, then start to feel the music.The tour officially ends at this point. From here, it’s completely up to you if you want to party hard or get back to your hotel and catch some sleep for a busy but adventurous day that lies ahead. However, your guides will, of course, encourage guests to stay together and dance until the break of dawn.If you’re in for a night of entertainment, new friends and unique drinks, then you should definitely sign up for the Reykjavik Bar Crawl. Don't let a night of drinking, dancing, bonding and Icelandic culture pass you by on your holiday. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
1 review

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Greater Reykjavik Area | Evening Tour

Discover the hidden secrets of Reykjavík on this economic evening tour of the greater capital area, where you will visit cultural remains, natural sceneries, elven cities and a Viking Age Longhouse. If you are fascinated by the history, culture and folklore of Iceland, this is the perfect tour for you.Your journey begins at Hallgrímskirkja Church, from where your local guide will whisk you off to the town of Kópavogur for a panoramic view of the capital. Then, you’ll continue towards another capital area township, Garðabær, to visit a recently unearthed Viking Longhouse.After having marvelled at these intrinsic historical remains, where they rest amongst the capital’s residents, you will be treated to a short walking tour of the town and discover lingering connections to Iceland’s old capital Copenhagen.Next up is the lava field Gálgahraun, or Gallow’s Lava, where you will enjoy the natural scenery while learning of executions of bygone times. This beautiful lava field was also the repeated subject of many of the most celebrated paintings of Kjarval, one of Iceland’s most renowned artists.After plenty of time to take photos, you will continue your journey and make your way to Bessastaðir at the Álftanes Peninsula, a scenic shoreline abundant with birdlife, and the official abode of the President of Iceland.Even though the peninsula is located in the middle of the Greater Reykjavík Area, it is incredibly peaceful and farmlike. The Bessastaðakirkja stone church from the 1700s is the jewel in the peninsula’s crown, and you will be treated to an excursion around the whole area.The night’s not over yet, as you will next head to the harbour town Hafnarfjörður, built in the middle of a vast lava field and dotted with preserved timber houses from over a century ago. The folklore of the town is deeply rooted with tales of the lava’s original residents, but elves and hidden people are known to inhabit this charming old fishing town.If conditions allow, during the summer season you will finally be brought to a lookout spot in Hafnarfjörður to watch the midnight sun light up the glacier Snæfellsjökull, where it looms across the bay on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. In winter, however, you might be brought to a spot from which to see the Northern Lights if they decide to show. Book this adventure now and get your dose of sightseeing and culture, and become an expert on the history and folklore of Reykjavík during the scope of one scenic evening. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
3 reviews

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Greater Reykjavik Area Sightseeing Small Group Tour

Don't miss out on your chance to witness the many cultural attractions of Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, with this guided tour of the city and its surroundings. This tour is the perfect opportunity for travellers looking for a deeper insight and education into the Reykjavík's culture and history.In Reykjavik, you'll visit such attractions as the dome-shaped Perlan Museum and observation deck, where you'll be privy to amazing views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. You can also learn about Iceland's glaciers, ice caves and glacial springs through the museum's educational exhibitions. You'll also see Höfði House, where Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met in 1986 to unsuccessfully negotiate an end to the Cold War. Today, this house is reputed to be haunted and, unfortunately, cannot be visited inside (though you're free to press your noses up against the window)!You will see the major attractions too, such as Hallgrímskirkja, the Lutheran Church famed for its distinctive architecture, inspired by Iceland's basalt rock formations. Visitors to the church can climb the bell tower in order to achieve fantastic views of the city and from such a vantage point, Reykjavík's colourful tin roofs appear like a patchwork quilt.Other attractions available to you are Tjörnin, the city pond, and the adjacent City Hall, with its concrete modernist architecture, as well as the glassy and impressive Harpa Concert Hall.You will also visit the centre of Reykjavík where you will witness the Parliament buildings, many restaurants, cafes and shops, as well the city's quintessential Old Harbour and the University Campus. Quite frankly, after a day's sightseeing, you'll know more about the city than many of the locals do. So what are you waiting for? Hurry now and you too can join this fantastic, guided sightseeing tour around the northernmost capital on the planet, the charming Reykjavík. Check availability by choosing a date. 
4.8
9 reviews

Duration:
3hours
Available:
Jul. - May.
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WORK AND PLAY TOUR: Half Day Business Consultation For Investment in Iceland with City Tour

Join this half-day business consultation to better understand how you can invest and maximise your company in the Icelandic marketplace. This is a great opportunity for potential investors looking to learn more about Iceland, as well as those looking to hurdle any possible language barriers when brokering deals, or negotiating to purchase a property.Iceland's economy is currently booming, fuelled by a global interest that shows no signs of diminishing. In essence, there could be no better time than to invest and seek deals in this modern Nordic isle. A consultation such as this is one of the first steps in expanding your business opportunities in Iceland.You will begin the day by being picked up from a place of your choosing, then if you wish end your tour at one of the the city’s high-end restaurants for a power lunch where you will discuss your ideas and plans with a local consultant.You will have the opportunity to be driven to locations related to your consultation in a luxury SUV, providing you firsthand knowledge of the sites, and thus, strengthening your position as a business professional. You are not bound to Reykjavík for this half-day consultation, meaning you can spend time seeing some of Iceland's beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and mountain peaks. If desired, you could upgrade this tour to Full Day Business Consultation for Investment in Iceland and mix business with sightseeing. You could, for example, visit the Golden Circle sightseeing route or the gorgeous Snæfellsnes Peninsula.Your business consultation will be held with a local expert in Iceland investment. The firm specialises in—and can discuss any issues relating to—marketing and strategy, construction, infrastructure, finance, IT, telecoms, property and infrastructure.This ability to work across different fields is essential for successfully investing in the land of ice and fire, making this service particularly suited for those looking to build a strong awareness of the local marketplace.  You will be sent a follow-up email summarising your consultation, and further business development can be organised at a later date. During the consultation, you will get answers to your questions and advice aimed towards bringing your business to its greatest potential.Don’t miss out on your chance to jumpstart your business and your future with this comprehensive consultation. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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WORK AND PLAY TOUR: Full Day Consultation for Investments in Iceland, Power lunch and Sightseeing

Make the most out of your trip in Iceland.Ensure the success of your business by opting in for this full-day consultation with an experienced local firm, experts in Iceland’s marketplace and economy. Iceland is currently booming, experiencing a renaissance that has placed it on the global stage like never before, making this the perfect time to engage in business consultation. This service is essential for prospective investors looking to further their dealings and clients in the land of ice and fire. The consulting firm is also an authority in the Icelandic language and will be able to help you get over possible language barriers when brokering deals. You will begin the day by being picked up from a place of your choosing and have a sit down over breakfast or lunch to go over your questions and inquiries. Included in this package is lunch for up to 5 people at a fine dining restaurant in Reykjavik or in the countryside.Combining work & playA perfect tour to get a sense of the real estate market and seeing a difference angle to Reykjavik with an expert guide and local player.The opportunity to be taken to sites related to your enquiry in a luxury SUV, and even spend time sightseeing some of the country's most beautiful natural attractions around Reykjavik. Relying on a vast network of local contacts, this business consulting firm focuses on a range of fields, including infrastructure, finance and property, marketing, strategy, IT and telecoms and even construction. Whatever your business, your consultation will enlighten you to budgeting, setting goals, and how to achieve profitability; you could not be in better hands. Following your meeting, a follow-up email will be sent summarising all that was discussed during your consultation. This will put you in a fantastic position to jumpstart your investments in Iceland.You will also have the opportunity to be taken to sites related to your enquiry in a luxury SUV, and even spend time sightseeing some of the country's most beautiful natural attractions, including either the Golden Circle route or the Snæfellsnes Peninsula for some hidden spots off the beaten track and option to have dinner at Fjöruborðið on Stokkseyri for some fresh Icelandic Lagostine. A perfect way to end the day.Don’t delay your opportunity to take part in this brilliant business consultation and you too can learn how to invest in the Icelandic marketplace and grow your business successfully.Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10hours
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All year
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2 Hour Consultation for Investment in Iceland

Attend this 2 hour business consultation in a place of your choosing for an introduction to investing in Iceland. The consultation is led by an independent business consulting firm with years of expertise in the Icelandic marketplace, strengthened by local knowledge and a highly efficient network of professionals.This is the perfect opportunity for people looking to invest in the Icelandic marketplace. Make sure to have a local professional giving you the best advice tailored to your wishes.This 2-hour long consultation will delve into what you need to know before investing in Iceland, including sales and marketing strategy, business development, real estate brokerage (residential, commercial or land) and an introduction to opening new businesses for the Icelandic market.A consultation such as this is adapted to your business needs, thus providing valuable and practical insight into what your next steps are before investing in Iceland. One of the great advantages of this consultation is that it can be set in a place of your choosing, making it easily accessible to anyone with an interest in investment.However, if you also wish to visit your potential investment locations or perhaps do a little sightseeing, you can update this tour to Half Day Business Consultation For Investment in Iceland or even Full Day Business Consultation for Investment in Iceland.The key to successful investment in Iceland is grounded in local knowledge, from recommending suitable ad agencies to setting up realistic budgets and goals tailored to your product or service. This local expertise also greatly contributes to developing a business and marketing strategy that will speak directly to the Icelandic consumer.If, after this consultation, you decide to go ahead with an investment in Iceland, then the firm can broker a deal—highly advantageous for those who do not speak or read Icelandic. With this support, you can feel confident in bringing your brand to the Icelandic marketplace or buying the right property.Book this consultation now and you too can learn all of the necessary information when it comes to investing in the land of ice and fire. Check availability by choosing a date.

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1day
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All year
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11 Day Summer Package | Ring Road of Iceland with Experienced Local Guide

Set off on the adventure of a lifetime and spend 11 days visiting the Golden Circle, Reynisfjara black sand beach, Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, Lake Mývatn, and Snæfellsnes Peninsula. This summer package is a great fit for travellers looking to immerse themselves in the wonders of Icelandic nature, witness the midnight sun and get to know the culture with the guidance of experienced locals.Over eleven days you will have plenty of time to take in gorgeous views of glaciers and mountains, hot springs and waterfalls. You'll witness the wildlife of Iceland, seeing Icelandic horses in the field and perhaps spot a puffin or two nesting in coastal cliffs. In addition to the complete circle of Iceland, you finish the trip exploring Iceland's capital, Reykjavík. If you wish to make this already memorable trip even more exciting, you can add on tours to your holiday. You can go glacier hiking on the South Coast, sail between icebergs on Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, visit the Blue Lagoon, and step inside a lava cave on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, just to name a few.The package includes transport to and from the airport, accommodation around the country, and a guided mini-bus drive around the Ring Road including the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. You’ll also be staying in the city of Reykjavík for three nights Book this immersive 11-day package to experience the best Iceland has to offer and make memories that will last you a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date.
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11days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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Meet the Icelandic Horses | Stable Visit in South Iceland

Visit the picturesque stables of Skeiðvellir to meet the iconic Icelandic horses. This is a fantastic tour option for animal lovers looking to learn more about one of Iceland's most iconic and noble creatures.Skeiðvellir is a family run breeding farm, and riding is not a part of this tour. Instead, you will be taken around the facilities and listen to your experienced guide as they explain the Icelandic horses' place in this country's culture and history.Icelandic horses are among the purest breeds on earth, having been isolated for around 1000 years. In the past, they were essential for travelling long distances across the country and were considered a symbol of worship by Viking settlers.Over the centuries, Icelandic horses have become adept at withstanding the island's cold conditions. This is despite the fact they are considerably smaller than most horse breeds, and are often incorrectly labelled as ponies. This, and much more, will be explained to you during your tour around the stable.Your guide will also show you artworks and posters that help to understand all the information. Visitors are encouraged to pet the horses and can freely take photographs. You will also likely meet the other farm animals, including a friendly dog and stable cats.As an added option, smaller children can take the opportunity to ride a horse. First, the horse will be brushed and prepared for riding. After mounting the horse, the guide will walk the horse for a few circulations of the riding hall.After your tour is over, you can choose to spend some time at the farm’s cafeteria where you can enjoy a hot drink and share your experience of the stables. Without a doubt, you will be taken with this noble breed, not just because of its intelligence and natural beauty, but also its strength, speed and stamina.Total duration of this activity: 40-45 min.Book now to discover all that there is to know about the stunning Icelandic horse. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
40minutes
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All year
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Funky Reykjavik Food & Beer Walk

Embrace Iceland and get to know the country the right way: through its native foods, stories, and friendships with local people on a food walk in the city centre. This tour is perfect for those who want to get well-acquainted with Reykjavík, Iceland’s history, as well as traditional Icelandic food and locally brewed beers.Traditional Icelandic cuisine is famous for being quite funky; you may have already heard stories of rotten shark and sheeps’ heads which can, at first, seem alarmingly unfamiliar. Although some Icelandic food may seem quite unappealing, they have served as staples in the local diet since the time of the first Viking settlers.Alongside the more extreme samples (such as fermented shark) you will get to sample some more appetising bites such as the famous Icelandic hot-dog, heart-warming traditional lamb soup and dried fish. Each new flavour brings you a little closer to understanding the inside life of a local.Icelanders are also enthusiastic about brewing delicious, and sometimes funky meads which we now call beer. The craft beer scene in Iceland has recently exploded giving rise to an increasing number of pioneers in the native brewing industry. Breweries are experimenting with spices, fruit and different local ingredients, so you are bound to taste some unique beers on this tour.During this 3-hour tour, your group will make at least five foodie stops where you will be introduced to at least nine local dishes and five locally brewed craft beers. It doesn‘t get much better than this!Your guide will also take you to some of Reykjavik‘s main landmarks and let you in on some insider stories about Iceland and Icelanders. You will visit Hallgrímskirkja Church and go up the bell tower, visit the subtle and beautiful Einar Jónsson Sculpture Garden, stroll along the Old Harbour with views of Harpa Concert Hall, and view the Alþingi Parliament House. We will share with you some not-so-common stories and tell you about our favourite places to visit, eat and drink.This is a small group experience, with no more than 8 people per tour, because we want you to be able to shoot us any and all questions you might possibly have and make new friends.Book now to secure a genuine Icelandic experience on this food and beer tour of Reykjavík. Check availability by choosing a date.

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1day
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All year
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Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon Day Tour

Experience two amazing tours in one with this Golden Circle tour topped with a visit to the Secret Lagoon.The Golden Circle is one of the main attractions in Iceland and is a total “must-see” for every traveller visiting the island. After a pickup in downtown Reykjavík, you'll embark on a tour to Þingvellir, a UNESCO heritage site and a national park. This is where Alþingi, the Icelandic Saga age parliament, was hosted, and many of historical events took place. Our guide will offer some valuable and remarkable information about the area during the visit.Next, you'll head to Gullfoss, a magnificent waterfall. Running from the river Hvítá, this three tire waterfall is a wonder to behold. The canyon it crashes into is approx. 70 meters in height and 2,5 kilometres long. Next attraction is the hot spring, Geysir. The geothermal area around Geysir in the valley Haukadalur is one of a kind and has been known for centuries. As you may know, there are hot springs that spout water high in the air, and is quite remarkable to watch!When you have enjoyed the extraordinary nature Iceland has to offer, it's time to relax and heal in the famous Secret Lagoon. This visit to one of the oldest geothermal pools in the country is an experience you will never forget. In the area, there are other hot springs, and you can take a look at the little geyser there, which erupts quite frequently.Please note you have to bring your own bathing suit, but towels are included in the price. Although the pool is a natural one, they have, of course, indoor changing rooms and showers, for men and for women.This tour is a great way to see both the renown Golden Circle and relax at a natural spa. This tour is suitable both for adults and children. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to enjoy Iceland's most loved attractions and have a relaxing day in the geothermal springs of south Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Native Icelandic Adventure | Sheep Round-Up in East Iceland

September is the month when the farmers start to gather the sheep from the mountains where they roam free in summer. The sheep is brought home in an event called the Roundup, to Réttir, a structure created especially for this happening, where every farm can find their sheep by earmark or number.  This is one of the oldest traditions in Iceland, - and you'll get to join!On this three-day tour, you will stay at Álfheimar Country Hotel, in Borgarfjörður `Eystri,  a small fishing village surrounded by picturesque mountains. The local living program will give you the opportunity to taste the local food from the farmers and the fisherman and also get to know a little about life in the village, both today and in the near past. The area of Borgarfjörður Eystri is known for their spectacular mountain landscape and coastal area where most of the sheep will be found. You'll travel to the wilderness with the locals, while looking for the sheep, away from roads and hiking paths. And, as the roundups take place in September, the Northern lights might make an appearance in the night sky.This incredible off-the-grid, immersive cultural experience will give you a unique insight into Icelandic country living, and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join the natives in this yearly event. Come and experience the foundations of Icelandic culture in the romantic and exciting countryside of Borgarfjörður Eystri. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
3days
Available:
Sep. - Oct.
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Immerse yourself in Icelandic culture, history and legend.
Culture tours include visits to authentic fishing villages, monumental buildings and historic landmarks, excursions around Reykjavík and small towns, and introduce you to Icelandic music, cuisine and nightlife.

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Immerse yourself in Icelandic culture, history and legend.
Culture tours include visits to authentic fishing villages, monumental buildings and historic landmarks, excursions around Reykjavík and small towns, and introduce you to Icelandic music, cuisine and nightlife.
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7 Day Summer Package | Customise Your Trip

Create the perfect holiday in Iceland with this 7-day summer package. See some of Iceland’s most beautiful sights, such as Reynisfjara black sand beach and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, and customise your days by adding exciting activities such as visiting the Blue Lagoon and hiking in the Highlands. This is the perfect holiday package for those who like to follow their own path but let others take care of the arrangements.With this 7-day package, you’ll get a tour of the famous Golden Circle which you can spice up by adding adventures such as snowmobiling on a glacier, snorkelling in Silfra fissure or riding an Icelandic horse. You will also embark on a 2-day tour of the stunning South Coast of Iceland, seeing silvery waterfalls, stretches of black sand beaches, majestic glaciers, and a stunning glacier lagoon. There, you will have the opportunity to go glacier hiking and, if travelling from May onwards, sail between icebergs at Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.Back in Reykjavík, you will have the choice of taking a tour which allows you to step inside Langjökull glacier or entering the magma chamber of a volcano. You can also choose to spend the day exploring the city, take a journey into the Highlands or go whale watching.All accommodations, transfers, and activities will be taken care of prior to your arrival, and so all you have to do is decide what you want to do with your time in Iceland.Customise your trip to the land of ice and fire and book this fantastic 7-day summer package now. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.9
8 reviews

Duration:
7days
Available:
Mar. - Oct.
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Reykjavik City Card | 24 Hours

Explore Reykjavík's many museums, galleries and parks and get to know the world's northernmost capital better with the 24-Hour Reykjavík City Card. This purchase is perfect for every traveller who wishes to experience the heart of Iceland's capital at the best possible price.The card gives free access to all City Museums and Galleries, including the National Gallery and Museum. If you plan to visit more than two museums, you'll be saving money with the Reykjavík Card.It is also valid for the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo, public transport, the seven geothermal pools in the capital area as well as offering wallet-friendly discounts to numerous interesting locations and activities throughout the city. You'll also get discounts at various restaurants, shops and cafés, and on a number of tours that operate within the city centre.Please bring your voucher to one of these locations:Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00.Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.You can start your adventure right away. A short distance from City Hall is the Settlement Exhibition which will grant you with a remarkable insight into the life and times of the first settlers and the Vikings. Then, just a short walk away you'll find the National Museum, which offers you to take a tour through the history of Iceland. If you'd want to venture even further, hop on the nearest bus and explore the wider city; you'll find a bus stop right outside City Hall.Grab a master key to the city and experience all that the streets of Reykjavík have to offer. Check availability by choosing a date.
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36 reviews

Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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Hop On - Hop Off | City Sightseeing

Hop on and off the cherry-red City Sightseeing bus to easily travel around Iceland's charming and picturesque capital. This offer is perfect for those travellers looking for an efficient and reasonably priced method of exploring Reykjavik and all of its major attractions.See the best Reykjavik has to offer with a bus tour which allows you to explore the city at your leisure, with the opportunity to hop on and off at any of the convenient bus stops around the city.For example, you could hop off at stop 2 for the chance to partake in some whale watching. Spot minke and humpback whales, porpoises and even dolphins! Don't forget to look out for feathered friends, wheeling high over the waves and nesting on the craggy cliffs. You may see many bird species, such as gulls, geese, and the adorable puffins.Other stops include at Lækjartorg, the town square, located beside Laugarvegur, the main shopping street, and the Old Harbour, complete with restaurants, cafés and cocktail lounges, as well as most of the active whale watching and puffin boats.You could also choose to stop at Whales of Iceland, one of the country's newer museums, featuring 23 life-sized models, an interactive installation and a virtual reality experience. And no sightseeing tour of the capital is complete without a visit to Hallgrímskirkja, the city's famed church. You will note the distinctive architecture, inspired by the basalt cliffs found on Iceland's southern coast, as well as a statue dedicated to national hero, Leifur Eriksson. You will even have the chance to go to the top of the soaring bell tower where you can view the entire city.This is but a handful of the many attractions that await you in Iceland's capital. Don't delay any further and discover the city for yourself with this hop on - hop off offer sightseeing around Reykjavik. Check availability now by choosing a date. 
3.3
7 reviews

Duration:
24hours
Available:
Jul. - Dec.
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Reykjavik City Card | 48 Hours

Explore Reykjavík in-depth with the 48-Hour City Card. Not only will you be provided with free access to all City Museums and Galleries, but you'll also receive free entry to public transport and seven geothermal swimming pools. The 48-Hour City Card is perfect for those seeking to get the most out of both their time and budget while staying in Reykjavík.The card is also valid for Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo and the ferry to Viðey Island. On top of that, it provides you with a discount to several privately run museums, sightseeing tours and selected restaurants.Please bring your voucher to one of these locations:Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00.Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Your adventure can start right away! Near the City Hall are both the Settlement Exhibition, where you can learn about the Viking settlers, and the National Museum. Just outside the City Hall is a bus stop so you can explore the wider city.If you want, you can begin or end each day like a local and visit one of the seven geothermal swimming pools dotted around the city. Entry is free with the city card, and there is no better feeling than to breathe in the fresh air while soaking in the warm waters of a hot tub.With the City Card, you can also receive discounts in a number of restaurants and shops, allowing you to fully enjoy Iceland’s capital city without having to worry too much about your budget.So don't wait! Book the 48-Hour City Card now, for the smartest way of travelling and sightseeing in Reykjavík City. Check availability by choosing a date. 
4.6
15 reviews

Duration:
30minutes
Available:
All year
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5 Day Self Drive Tour | Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Book this self-drive tour and visit Iceland's most famous attractions, including the Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle, Reynisfjara black sand beach, Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, and many of Iceland's most famous waterfalls. Having your own car gives you the freedom to explore the most popular destinations of Iceland the way you would like, without having to worry about a tour guide or others in your group.You'll travel in full comfort throughout your trip. All lodgings will have an ensuite bathroom and breakfast will always be included, so you will be able to rest comfortably between your days of adventure. On the first day, collect your car and head to the capital city, Reykjavik. You'll have the evening to decompress from your flight and settle in. If you like, you can relax at the world-famous Blue Lagoon before you go ahead to the city. You'll begin the proper adventure on the second day, by driving around the Golden Circle. You're in the driver's seat, so spend the day doing what you'd like. Visit the foundation of Icelandic history, Þingvellir, see the geysers, and enjoy the famous Golden Waterfall, Gullfoss.Further along on your trip, you will travel alongside the infamous glacier and volcano Eyjafjallajökull, and past the stunning Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. The highlight of the South Coast is the otherworldly Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where you can sail among great icebergs, and walk along where they have stranded at the nearby Diamond Beach.A boat trip around the glacier lagoon is just one option you can add to your stay. You can also go horse riding, glacier hiking, snowmobiling, and even on a trip inside the ice caves. All these adventures are at your fingertips, and if reserved with the tour booking, they come at a special, discounted price, to help you add more excitement to your arctic holiday. We understand that you are visiting Iceland to experience nature at its best, and to escape the city and its crowds. That is why we have included hidden gems and spectacular attractions not known to many others on this tour. The itinerary we'll provide you with will ensure you don't miss a thing.So don't hesitate; jump on this opportunity to see some of Iceland's best attractions in just five days! Check availability by choosing a date.
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25 reviews

Duration:
5days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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6 Day Self Drive Tour | The Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Explore the best of Iceland on this affordable 6-day self-drive package. This tour takes you from the world-famous Blue Lagoon, through the vibrant capital city of Reykjavik, up the beautiful south coast, around the Golden Circle, and all the way to the incredible Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. You are behind the wheel on this self-drive so you can jam every minute with beautiful scenery, local hot spots, and historical landmarks, or you can choose a few must-see locations and go slowly, taking time to meet the locals and to set up gorgeous photos. To make sure your holiday is both relaxing and full of adventure, you will lodge in full comfort, with an ensuite bathroom and breakfast included.On this tour, you will see incredible sights, including the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, the fascinating rift valley of Þingvellir, and landmarks like Gullfoss waterfall and Reynisfjara beach. The tour is crowned, however, by an afternoon at Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where you can watch seals rest on and frolic around beautiful icebergs, as they break from a glacier and float serenely to the ocean. It is important for most travellers that they experience the real Iceland, and feel its history within the stunning nature. To help you with this, you will receive a custom itinerary after who book, which will draw your attention to a few unique spots that will allow you to relax without the crowds, and take in the true desolate beauty of this country. Don't forget to take a look at the extra activities during booking. You can go hiking; ice caving; snorkelling; horse-riding; snowmobiling; and even descend into an empty magma chamber of a volcano. There are near endless options for those with a taste for adventure, and to top it off, they all come at a special price when included in this tour upon the time of booking. From spectacular mountain hikes to black sand beaches, waterfalls to the glacier lagoon, this trip has it all. Check availability by choosing a date.
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35 reviews

Duration:
6days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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Duration:
7days
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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8-Day Winter Package | Ring Road of Iceland in a Small Group

Witness the marvels of Iceland in winter without worrying about planning or driving yourself. This immersive vacation package is perfect for anyone who is spending 7 nights in Iceland. You will be guided in a comfortable minibus around Iceland's famous ring road to incredible locations such as the Golden Circle, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the Eastfjords and Lake Mývatn.This package should appeal to anyone who is eager to see the beautiful sites and landscapes of Iceland, as well as those who seek to include some adventure on their holiday. In addition to sightseeing across the South, East and North of this amazing country, you have the chance to go horse riding or book glacier hiking and ice caving excursions to truly make the most of the opportunities that come with winter.Of course, as this tour is conducted in the winter you will also have plenty of chances to see the Northern Lights. You will be travelling in the dark hours to reach your destinations around the ring road, and often staying in rural hotels, giving you better odds of capturing the phenomenon than those who are just staying in the capital.Your accommodation in Iceland will all be sorted for you prior to arrival, as well as transfer to and from Keflavík International Airport, as well as a guided six-day tour. You can also choose to add a trip to the Blue Lagoon for a bit of extra pampering.Do not miss this chance to see Iceland’s greatest sites in the winter. Check availability by choosing a date.
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9 reviews

Duration:
8days
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Reykjavik City Card | 72 Hours

Get to know Reykjavík City with the 72-Hour City Card! The card gives you free access to all of the City Museums and Galleries, as well as all public transport and seven geothermal pools. Those looking for the best bang for the buck when it comes to culture and entertainment, should grab this chance now. Not only will you get free access to museums, galleries, swimming pools and public transportation for 72 hours, you will also get a discount at privately run museums, sightseeing tours and selected restaurants.Please bring your voucher to one of these locations:Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00.Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00.Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00.Learn about Iceland through the Reykjavík's many museums. At the Settlement Centre, you can get a remarkable insight into the life of the first Viking settlers; all in the vicinity of an unearthed Viking longhouse—discovered only a decade ago in the city centre itself.At Árbær Open Air Museum, the myriad of old houses and reconstructed homes of the locals from the late 1700's until the 1950's comes alive each day with activities and traditionally clothed staff, who are more than willing to let you try your hand at old-fashioned Icelandic farm work.The Maritime Museum will show the development of the Icelandic fish industry through the years, and at The National Museum, you'll learn the story of Iceland from the medieval days to current contemporary culture.You could also visit the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo, the perfect location for the little ones. Nearby lies the grand geothermal swimming pool Laugardalslaug, ideal for a soak after a day in the park. Access to all city pools is included with your card, so feel free to explore each or all of them.So don't wait! Explore Reykjavík in-depth with the 72-Hour City Card. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.8
21 reviews

Duration:
30minutes
Available:
All year
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Reykjavik Beer Tour

Don't miss the perfect evening out in Reykjavik. The Reykjavík Beer Tour is a great choice for those seeking a lively night out, new friends, and some local culture.You'll visit three excellent bars and sample ten microbrew beers, which is ample to give you a nice warm buzz before you start dancing in Reykjavik. You don't have to be a huge beer lover to enjoy our tour as your expert guides will experiment with different styles to cater to diverse tastes.Some of the beers you will try on the tour are not to be found anywhere else in Iceland, and can only be experienced in one of the special bars you will visit, such as one made with Skyr, an Icelandic yoghurt.You will also sample Brennivín (if you are up for it), the unique Icelandic spirit that's sometimes called Black Death when it's exported, for its strong taste.Your expert guide will introduce you to the interesting and funny history of beer and alcohol Iceland, in particular, the prohibition of beer that started in 1915 and was only lifted in 1989. They will also tell you all about the microbrewery revolution that started in 2006 in Iceland, how the country now has over 30 microbreweries operating.Your group's meetup place is by Ingólfstorg Square downtown, and it's a very short walk to your first bar, but please keep in mind you are in Iceland so dress in layers. In your first bar, you'll start with a glass of the most seasonal beer available before you head to the second to sample five different flavours based on what's available at that moment; no beer tour is the same.Finally, you'll head out to our final bar where you get the final three to four samples, depending on if you want to try the Brennivín or not.Don't miss this exciting introduction to Icelandic nightlife. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
2 reviews

Duration:
2.5hours
Available:
All year
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West Coast & Snaefellsnes Peninsula with Lava Caving & Northern Lights Hunting | 2 Day Tour

Explore the beauty of west Iceland in the winter with this fantastic 2-day tour to Snæfellsnes Peninsula, where you’ll see waterfalls, hot springs, lava fields, white and black sand beaches, and a legendary glacier. You'll also visit historic villages, step inside an 8,000-year-old lava cave, and hunt for the elusive Northern Lights. Those looking for a tour that combines Iceland’s breathtaking beauty with its rich history (and just a dash of adventure) need to look no further.The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is often referred to as ‘Iceland in Miniature’ because of its many and varied natural formations. On this tour, you'll not only explore this fascinating region, but also the equally impressive albeit often overlooked west coast.You'll be picked up in the morning by a professional guide and driver who will take you on an epic journey around western Iceland where you’ll trek the Hvalfjörður fjord, visit the geothermal area at Deildartunguhver hot spring, learn about Vikings and the Sagas, and watch waterfalls cascade.After spending a restful night at one of the best available hotels on the West Coast, you will hike along a path that takes you past dramatic cliffs, explore a black pebble beach, descend into a lava tube, and photograph Iceland’s most iconic mountain, Kirkjufell, all in the shadow of the impressive Snæfellsjökull glacier.Discover some of Iceland’s most iconic sites as well as some hidden gems with this excellent tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.5
25 reviews

Duration:
2days
Available:
All year
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Grand lux Lake Myvatn Tour | Nature Baths & Lunch

This tour will connect amazing nature, fantastic local farm cuisine and a relaxing time at the geothermal hot spring of Mývatn Nature Baths. You'll get a luxury experience at an affordable price as you'll travel in a small group in an SUV to some of Iceland's most beautiful sites accompanied by a professional guide.The tour starts in the morning when you are picked you up from your accommodation in Akureyri or the local airport. You'll then drive away from the town, on the east side of Eyjafjörður fjord, to the first stop of the day, the beautiful Goðafoss waterfall. From there you will be driven to Lake Mývatn where you will find numerous sightseeing spots like Dimmuborgir lava fields, Grjótagjá hot spring, and Námaskarð geothermal area. The landscapes around the lake itself are also spectacular.Lake Mývatn is steeped in both history and folklore, from space explorations and Game of Thrones to trolls and yule lads. Your local guide will tell you all about the stories and legends of the place as you traverse the area.Near the lake, you'll find the beautiful cowshed farm resort and restaurant. You'll get to enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch at the restaurant of either lamb or char from the lake, as well as get a fantastic view of Hverafjall mountain as you enjoy the food. After lunch, you'll get to relax at the geothermal hot springs at Mývatn Nature Baths. The warm water will soothe any aching muscles as you soak in the blue water, surrounded by lava, lake and volcanoes. After towelling off, it is time to drive back to Akureyri where you can enjoy the relaxing and cosy atmosphere that the 'Capital of the North' has to offer.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
Jul. - Nov.
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The Reykjavík Food Walk

Explore the city of Reykjavík through the local food on this mouth-watering walking tour. Learn about the history and culture of this beautiful city while dining on traditional Icelandic cuisine. This tour is your doorway to the ultimate Icelandic food and culture experience and should not be missed by any food-lovers.You will get a chance to experience food traditions dating back hundreds of years as well as a few more recent ones. You’ll get to try the grass fed and free roaming Icelandic lamb and taste Skyr, which has been a part of Icelandic cuisine for over a thousand years. You’ll sample the best local cheese, enjoy a homemade ice cream from a family run business and visit Reykjavík’s famous hot dog stand.The tour starts at Harpa Concert Hall, where you will meet your local guide who will take you to some of the city’s most beautiful attractions and inform you about Icelandic culinary traditions; how some of them have changed and how others have remained the same for centuries.This tour will give you a great understanding of the city, and you will gain an insider's knowledge of the best places to eat in Reykjavík. Your guide will take you through the main streets of downtown Reykjavík to the most popular restaurants, as well as take you off the beaten path to some secret local hangouts. You will visit selected eateries for both a casual and a fine dining experience.The menu for this tour has been hand-selected for the season, so you’ll be treated to the best culinary delights available. The tour focuses on the most delicious Icelandic cuisine, and so it leaves out some of the less appetising dishes such as fermented shark and ram testicles. However, your local guide will be more than happy to suggest to you where you can find those things.Bring your appetite and don’t miss out on this cultural experience. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
2 reviews

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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The Reykjavik Bar Crawl

Experience the legendary Reykjavik nightlife with the locals. The 3-hour-long Reykjavik Bar Crawl will take you from one bar to another with a nightlife professional at your side, and allow you to experience the country's premium beer, unique cocktails, and spirits.Whether you are travelling by yourself, with a partner, with colleagues or friends, this is the tour for you.You will start the night off at one of the best cocktail lounges in Reykjavik, where you'll sip on delicious drinks crafted by some of the city’s most talented mixologists. From there, you'll visit a true Viking bar where you'll blend in with the locals and enjoy some Icelandic brews and snacks, most notably the traditional Brennivín schnapps and fermented shark. These are classic Icelandic flavours all travellers here should attempt to try.Once you've shaken off the awful flavours and enjoyed the local company, you'll head towards a place you can dance. First, however, you’ll stop at Bill Clinton’s favourite Icelandic restaurant, the famous hot dog stand, where your meal is included. Finally, you'll hit the dance floors VIP style. On this tour, you will jump in front of the line, get a brew, then start to feel the music.The tour officially ends at this point. From here, it’s completely up to you if you want to party hard or get back to your hotel and catch some sleep for a busy but adventurous day that lies ahead. However, your guides will, of course, encourage guests to stay together and dance until the break of dawn.If you’re in for a night of entertainment, new friends and unique drinks, then you should definitely sign up for the Reykjavik Bar Crawl. Don't let a night of drinking, dancing, bonding and Icelandic culture pass you by on your holiday. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
1 review

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Greater Reykjavik Area | Evening Tour

Discover the hidden secrets of Reykjavík on this economic evening tour of the greater capital area, where you will visit cultural remains, natural sceneries, elven cities and a Viking Age Longhouse. If you are fascinated by the history, culture and folklore of Iceland, this is the perfect tour for you.Your journey begins at Hallgrímskirkja Church, from where your local guide will whisk you off to the town of Kópavogur for a panoramic view of the capital. Then, you’ll continue towards another capital area township, Garðabær, to visit a recently unearthed Viking Longhouse.After having marvelled at these intrinsic historical remains, where they rest amongst the capital’s residents, you will be treated to a short walking tour of the town and discover lingering connections to Iceland’s old capital Copenhagen.Next up is the lava field Gálgahraun, or Gallow’s Lava, where you will enjoy the natural scenery while learning of executions of bygone times. This beautiful lava field was also the repeated subject of many of the most celebrated paintings of Kjarval, one of Iceland’s most renowned artists.After plenty of time to take photos, you will continue your journey and make your way to Bessastaðir at the Álftanes Peninsula, a scenic shoreline abundant with birdlife, and the official abode of the President of Iceland.Even though the peninsula is located in the middle of the Greater Reykjavík Area, it is incredibly peaceful and farmlike. The Bessastaðakirkja stone church from the 1700s is the jewel in the peninsula’s crown, and you will be treated to an excursion around the whole area.The night’s not over yet, as you will next head to the harbour town Hafnarfjörður, built in the middle of a vast lava field and dotted with preserved timber houses from over a century ago. The folklore of the town is deeply rooted with tales of the lava’s original residents, but elves and hidden people are known to inhabit this charming old fishing town.If conditions allow, during the summer season you will finally be brought to a lookout spot in Hafnarfjörður to watch the midnight sun light up the glacier Snæfellsjökull, where it looms across the bay on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. In winter, however, you might be brought to a spot from which to see the Northern Lights if they decide to show. Book this adventure now and get your dose of sightseeing and culture, and become an expert on the history and folklore of Reykjavík during the scope of one scenic evening. Check availability by choosing a date.
5
3 reviews

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Greater Reykjavik Area Sightseeing Small Group Tour

Don't miss out on your chance to witness the many cultural attractions of Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, with this guided tour of the city and its surroundings. This tour is the perfect opportunity for travellers looking for a deeper insight and education into the Reykjavík's culture and history.In Reykjavik, you'll visit such attractions as the dome-shaped Perlan Museum and observation deck, where you'll be privy to amazing views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. You can also learn about Iceland's glaciers, ice caves and glacial springs through the museum's educational exhibitions. You'll also see Höfði House, where Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met in 1986 to unsuccessfully negotiate an end to the Cold War. Today, this house is reputed to be haunted and, unfortunately, cannot be visited inside (though you're free to press your noses up against the window)!You will see the major attractions too, such as Hallgrímskirkja, the Lutheran Church famed for its distinctive architecture, inspired by Iceland's basalt rock formations. Visitors to the church can climb the bell tower in order to achieve fantastic views of the city and from such a vantage point, Reykjavík's colourful tin roofs appear like a patchwork quilt.Other attractions available to you are Tjörnin, the city pond, and the adjacent City Hall, with its concrete modernist architecture, as well as the glassy and impressive Harpa Concert Hall.You will also visit the centre of Reykjavík where you will witness the Parliament buildings, many restaurants, cafes and shops, as well the city's quintessential Old Harbour and the University Campus. Quite frankly, after a day's sightseeing, you'll know more about the city than many of the locals do. So what are you waiting for? Hurry now and you too can join this fantastic, guided sightseeing tour around the northernmost capital on the planet, the charming Reykjavík. Check availability by choosing a date. 
4.8
9 reviews

Duration:
3hours
Available:
Jul. - May.
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WORK AND PLAY TOUR: Half Day Business Consultation For Investment in Iceland with City Tour

Join this half-day business consultation to better understand how you can invest and maximise your company in the Icelandic marketplace. This is a great opportunity for potential investors looking to learn more about Iceland, as well as those looking to hurdle any possible language barriers when brokering deals, or negotiating to purchase a property.Iceland's economy is currently booming, fuelled by a global interest that shows no signs of diminishing. In essence, there could be no better time than to invest and seek deals in this modern Nordic isle. A consultation such as this is one of the first steps in expanding your business opportunities in Iceland.You will begin the day by being picked up from a place of your choosing, then if you wish end your tour at one of the the city’s high-end restaurants for a power lunch where you will discuss your ideas and plans with a local consultant.You will have the opportunity to be driven to locations related to your consultation in a luxury SUV, providing you firsthand knowledge of the sites, and thus, strengthening your position as a business professional. You are not bound to Reykjavík for this half-day consultation, meaning you can spend time seeing some of Iceland's beautiful natural attractions, including waterfalls and mountain peaks. If desired, you could upgrade this tour to Full Day Business Consultation for Investment in Iceland and mix business with sightseeing. You could, for example, visit the Golden Circle sightseeing route or the gorgeous Snæfellsnes Peninsula.Your business consultation will be held with a local expert in Iceland investment. The firm specialises in—and can discuss any issues relating to—marketing and strategy, construction, infrastructure, finance, IT, telecoms, property and infrastructure.This ability to work across different fields is essential for successfully investing in the land of ice and fire, making this service particularly suited for those looking to build a strong awareness of the local marketplace.  You will be sent a follow-up email summarising your consultation, and further business development can be organised at a later date. During the consultation, you will get answers to your questions and advice aimed towards bringing your business to its greatest potential.Don’t miss out on your chance to jumpstart your business and your future with this comprehensive consultation. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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WORK AND PLAY TOUR: Full Day Consultation for Investments in Iceland, Power lunch and Sightseeing

Make the most out of your trip in Iceland.Ensure the success of your business by opting in for this full-day consultation with an experienced local firm, experts in Iceland’s marketplace and economy. Iceland is currently booming, experiencing a renaissance that has placed it on the global stage like never before, making this the perfect time to engage in business consultation. This service is essential for prospective investors looking to further their dealings and clients in the land of ice and fire. The consulting firm is also an authority in the Icelandic language and will be able to help you get over possible language barriers when brokering deals. You will begin the day by being picked up from a place of your choosing and have a sit down over breakfast or lunch to go over your questions and inquiries. Included in this package is lunch for up to 5 people at a fine dining restaurant in Reykjavik or in the countryside.Combining work & playA perfect tour to get a sense of the real estate market and seeing a difference angle to Reykjavik with an expert guide and local player.The opportunity to be taken to sites related to your enquiry in a luxury SUV, and even spend time sightseeing some of the country's most beautiful natural attractions around Reykjavik. Relying on a vast network of local contacts, this business consulting firm focuses on a range of fields, including infrastructure, finance and property, marketing, strategy, IT and telecoms and even construction. Whatever your business, your consultation will enlighten you to budgeting, setting goals, and how to achieve profitability; you could not be in better hands. Following your meeting, a follow-up email will be sent summarising all that was discussed during your consultation. This will put you in a fantastic position to jumpstart your investments in Iceland.You will also have the opportunity to be taken to sites related to your enquiry in a luxury SUV, and even spend time sightseeing some of the country's most beautiful natural attractions, including either the Golden Circle route or the Snæfellsnes Peninsula for some hidden spots off the beaten track and option to have dinner at Fjöruborðið on Stokkseyri for some fresh Icelandic Lagostine. A perfect way to end the day.Don’t delay your opportunity to take part in this brilliant business consultation and you too can learn how to invest in the Icelandic marketplace and grow your business successfully.Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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2 Hour Consultation for Investment in Iceland

Attend this 2 hour business consultation in a place of your choosing for an introduction to investing in Iceland. The consultation is led by an independent business consulting firm with years of expertise in the Icelandic marketplace, strengthened by local knowledge and a highly efficient network of professionals.This is the perfect opportunity for people looking to invest in the Icelandic marketplace. Make sure to have a local professional giving you the best advice tailored to your wishes.This 2-hour long consultation will delve into what you need to know before investing in Iceland, including sales and marketing strategy, business development, real estate brokerage (residential, commercial or land) and an introduction to opening new businesses for the Icelandic market.A consultation such as this is adapted to your business needs, thus providing valuable and practical insight into what your next steps are before investing in Iceland. One of the great advantages of this consultation is that it can be set in a place of your choosing, making it easily accessible to anyone with an interest in investment.However, if you also wish to visit your potential investment locations or perhaps do a little sightseeing, you can update this tour to Half Day Business Consultation For Investment in Iceland or even Full Day Business Consultation for Investment in Iceland.The key to successful investment in Iceland is grounded in local knowledge, from recommending suitable ad agencies to setting up realistic budgets and goals tailored to your product or service. This local expertise also greatly contributes to developing a business and marketing strategy that will speak directly to the Icelandic consumer.If, after this consultation, you decide to go ahead with an investment in Iceland, then the firm can broker a deal—highly advantageous for those who do not speak or read Icelandic. With this support, you can feel confident in bringing your brand to the Icelandic marketplace or buying the right property.Book this consultation now and you too can learn all of the necessary information when it comes to investing in the land of ice and fire. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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11 Day Summer Package | Ring Road of Iceland with Experienced Local Guide

Set off on the adventure of a lifetime and spend 11 days visiting the Golden Circle, Reynisfjara black sand beach, Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, Lake Mývatn, and Snæfellsnes Peninsula. This summer package is a great fit for travellers looking to immerse themselves in the wonders of Icelandic nature, witness the midnight sun and get to know the culture with the guidance of experienced locals.Over eleven days you will have plenty of time to take in gorgeous views of glaciers and mountains, hot springs and waterfalls. You'll witness the wildlife of Iceland, seeing Icelandic horses in the field and perhaps spot a puffin or two nesting in coastal cliffs. In addition to the complete circle of Iceland, you finish the trip exploring Iceland's capital, Reykjavík. If you wish to make this already memorable trip even more exciting, you can add on tours to your holiday. You can go glacier hiking on the South Coast, sail between icebergs on Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, visit the Blue Lagoon, and step inside a lava cave on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, just to name a few.The package includes transport to and from the airport, accommodation around the country, and a guided mini-bus drive around the Ring Road including the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. You’ll also be staying in the city of Reykjavík for three nights Book this immersive 11-day package to experience the best Iceland has to offer and make memories that will last you a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date.
4
2 reviews

Duration:
11days
Available:
Apr. - Aug.
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Meet the Icelandic Horses | Stable Visit in South Iceland

Visit the picturesque stables of Skeiðvellir to meet the iconic Icelandic horses. This is a fantastic tour option for animal lovers looking to learn more about one of Iceland's most iconic and noble creatures.Skeiðvellir is a family run breeding farm, and riding is not a part of this tour. Instead, you will be taken around the facilities and listen to your experienced guide as they explain the Icelandic horses' place in this country's culture and history.Icelandic horses are among the purest breeds on earth, having been isolated for around 1000 years. In the past, they were essential for travelling long distances across the country and were considered a symbol of worship by Viking settlers.Over the centuries, Icelandic horses have become adept at withstanding the island's cold conditions. This is despite the fact they are considerably smaller than most horse breeds, and are often incorrectly labelled as ponies. This, and much more, will be explained to you during your tour around the stable.Your guide will also show you artworks and posters that help to understand all the information. Visitors are encouraged to pet the horses and can freely take photographs. You will also likely meet the other farm animals, including a friendly dog and stable cats.As an added option, smaller children can take the opportunity to ride a horse. First, the horse will be brushed and prepared for riding. After mounting the horse, the guide will walk the horse for a few circulations of the riding hall.After your tour is over, you can choose to spend some time at the farm’s cafeteria where you can enjoy a hot drink and share your experience of the stables. Without a doubt, you will be taken with this noble breed, not just because of its intelligence and natural beauty, but also its strength, speed and stamina.Total duration of this activity: 40-45 min.Book now to discover all that there is to know about the stunning Icelandic horse. Check availability by choosing a date.
4
1 review

Duration:
40minutes
Available:
All year
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Funky Reykjavik Food & Beer Walk

Embrace Iceland and get to know the country the right way: through its native foods, stories, and friendships with local people on a food walk in the city centre. This tour is perfect for those who want to get well-acquainted with Reykjavík, Iceland’s history, as well as traditional Icelandic food and locally brewed beers.Traditional Icelandic cuisine is famous for being quite funky; you may have already heard stories of rotten shark and sheeps’ heads which can, at first, seem alarmingly unfamiliar. Although some Icelandic food may seem quite unappealing, they have served as staples in the local diet since the time of the first Viking settlers.Alongside the more extreme samples (such as fermented shark) you will get to sample some more appetising bites such as the famous Icelandic hot-dog, heart-warming traditional lamb soup and dried fish. Each new flavour brings you a little closer to understanding the inside life of a local.Icelanders are also enthusiastic about brewing delicious, and sometimes funky meads which we now call beer. The craft beer scene in Iceland has recently exploded giving rise to an increasing number of pioneers in the native brewing industry. Breweries are experimenting with spices, fruit and different local ingredients, so you are bound to taste some unique beers on this tour.During this 3-hour tour, your group will make at least five foodie stops where you will be introduced to at least nine local dishes and five locally brewed craft beers. It doesn‘t get much better than this!Your guide will also take you to some of Reykjavik‘s main landmarks and let you in on some insider stories about Iceland and Icelanders. You will visit Hallgrímskirkja Church and go up the bell tower, visit the subtle and beautiful Einar Jónsson Sculpture Garden, stroll along the Old Harbour with views of Harpa Concert Hall, and view the Alþingi Parliament House. We will share with you some not-so-common stories and tell you about our favourite places to visit, eat and drink.This is a small group experience, with no more than 8 people per tour, because we want you to be able to shoot us any and all questions you might possibly have and make new friends.Book now to secure a genuine Icelandic experience on this food and beer tour of Reykjavík. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
1day
Available:
All year
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