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Reykjavik Excursions is Iceland's leading operator of day tours from Reykjavik ranging from the “must see” Golden Circle to “off the beaten track” glacier adventures. Other popular tours include the Let's talk Iceland tour, Northern Lights hunt, Blue Lagoon bathing, Gullfoss Geysir Direct and Reykjavik Grand Excursion.

A great way to discover Reykjavik is on the City Sightseeing bus, which operates within the well-known concept of 'hop on - hop off'. This double-decker bus stops at Reykjavik's main attractions including Hallgrimskirkja church, The Pearl vantage point, The National Museum and Kringlan shopping mall on the hour every hour allowing you to enjoy the sites at your preferred pace. Each bus pass is valid for 48 hours and all buses are equipped with a guidance system offering 8 languages: Icelandic, English, Swedish, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Russian.

To explore more of Iceland's rugged country side Reykjavik Excursions operate the bus network “Iceland on your own” this gives you the option of enjoying a highland hike or taking a bicycle on the bus between destinations. Various bus passports are available for your convenience. Known locations include Landmannalaugar, Thorsmork, Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, Skogar, Lake Myvatn and Skaftafell national park.

If you are traveling in a group, Reykjavik Excursions also offers a coach rental service. The fleet consists of more than 60 vehicles with 8 – 70 seats suiting all group sizes. Their professional drivers can take your private group all over Iceland according to your preferred itinerary. All tours start at the BSI bus terminal.

If you have the time, we urge you to grab a bite at Fljott og Gott restaurant.

For more information and booking please visit Reykjavik Excursions website.

Reykjavik Excursions also operates FlyBus, a bus service to and from Keflavik airport.

Address: BSI Bus Terminal , Vatnsmyrarvegur 10 , Capital Area, 101 View Larger Map

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