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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, descending 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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We went on two tours with Reykjavík Sightseeing - The Golden Circle and South Coast - and everything was amazing! Very professional and sweet guides, great selection of tours, easy pick-up options and beautiful scenery (of course). Would definitely recommend!
- Cruiser55193666164, October 2018
Elizabeth and the bus driver who’s name I did not catch were amazing tour guides. They were both very personable and made a great team. Elizabeth has such an outgoing personality and was able to make the trip super exciting, even though seeing the lights was not a guarantee. We were about to call it a night when the lights came out to give us a beautiful show.
- kstarz5, October 2018
We took the Golden Circle plus Secret Lagoon tour, it was the perfect day trip and Alex our tour guide was fantastic. Learnt a lot about what we were seeing but also lots of other nuggets about Iceland. They even made a few unscheduled extra stops to show us other sights and to let us get out and take photos of the incredible sunrise.
- Paradise36196097486, October 2018