Reykjavík, Icelandic for “The Capital Region,” consists of seven municipalities with approximately 190,000 inhabitants. With plenty of space, clean air and natural green energy, Reykjavík clearly revels in its reputation as being one of the most modern, forward-thinking societies in Europe. This panoramic tour includes seeing landmarks such as, the Laugardalur sport and recreational area, the Kjarvalsstaðir Art Museum, Miklatún Park, and Reykjavík’s colorful old quarter with its quaint wooden houses and narrow streets. You'll also see the New Harpa Concert Hall and visit the well-known Perlan (The Pearl) vantage point. During the tour, you will also have the chance to see the Höfði House, which is the venue for the 1986 summit meeting of presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev that resulted in the end of the Cold War. Get ready to be mesmerized by Iceland's spectacular coastline and harbor area while learning more about the geothermal energy of the city and discover some of the country’s cultural origins. Don’t forget your camera as you will be able to capture the views of various landscapes during the tour.
- We do recommend this tour for handicapped and physically disabled passengers if they can help themselves on/off the coach.
- We reserve the right to reverse the itinerary if necessary.
- Guests requiring a wheelchair accessible bus are requested to advise the Shore Excursion desk once onboard and before their arrival into port so necessary arrangements can be made.