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Reykjavik Sightseeing is a leading operator of guided day tours in Reykjavik city and the southwest of Iceland. Based in the picturesque old quarter of the city, near Reykjavik harbour, the company is owned and run by pioneers in the Icelandic travel industry.
Reykjavik Sightseeing offers all the popular day tours from Reykjavik & and in Reykjavík.
Our city day tours include a variety of city sightseeing such as walking and cycling tours, as well as a local food and craft beer tour.
On our day tours out of Reykjavik you can explore the Golden Circle with its iconic stops at the Geysir erupting hot spring, Gullfoss Waterfall and Þingvellir National Park. We also take you along the stunning South Coast of Iceland with its glacier-topped volcanoes and endless black sandy beaches.
Other spectacular attractions include hunting for the magical Northern Lights, decending into an ice cave deep beneath the glacier's surface and speeding across the snowy wastes of a glacier on a snowmobile.
We have it all and much more in our selection.
Reykjavik Sightseeing is proud of the superior service it provides. We operate a new fleet of coaches where each seat is equipped with a touch screen tablet complete with our unique "In Bus Audio Guide". This electronic guide provides all you need to know on each tour in 10 different languages. The tablets can also be used to surf the web, watch videos and more.
Traveling with Reykjavik Sightseeing allows you to embrace the extraordinary!
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Amazing team! Very knowledgeable. You can go every Day until you see it! No extra charge. On the second time they found an amazing spot and the whole group had an amazing time!
- Silvia P, September 2017
Good trip to view the main natural attractions within reach of Reykjavik . Excellent guide with local knowledge added to the audio commentary.
- Alan T, September 2017
Audio guide is really concise, fun, clear and helpful. Glacier walk is tremendous, an exciting and exquisite experience. Friendly drivers and guide with acceptable English
- saadeddined, September 2017