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A Short Stop in Iceland

How much time do you have?

July 13, 2020

A Short Stop in Iceland

How much time do you have?

July 13, 2020

If you have very limited time in Iceland, don’t worry, this island can still leave a mighty impression. Read our suggestions for your short stop in Iceland.

24 hours - The Golden Circle

It’s the most popular sightseeing tour in Iceland and there’s a very good reason for that. Actually, there are three very good reasons for that: Gullfoss, Geysir and Þingvellir.
This tour is something of a crash course in Iceland that manages to cover the awesome geography of moving tectonic plates, waterfalls, lava fields and geothermal hot springs, the rich history of an ancient Viking parliament and what can only be described as immense natural beauty. No matter the season, weather or your particular mood that day, this tour always comes highly recommended. And you can’t really leave Iceland without having seen these fundamental cornerstones of this country.

Most of our Golden Circle tours are day tours so if you have a day to spare in Iceland, we recommend the Golden Circle tour, leaving you time for an evening out in Reykjavik. You’ll have covered the basics in the best way possible.
Our Golden Circle Tours

An Afternoon in Reykjavik

Catch the Flybus from the airport to Reykjavik, it only takes about 45 minutes and it is a surprisingly scenic ride through the otherworldly landscapes of lava fields and volcanos. Check your luggage in at the BSÍ bus terminal lockers and hitch a ride with our City Sightseeing Hop on - Hop Off Bus. The 16 stops on the route give you a great overview of this quirky and colourful city, stopping at its most famous landmarks with plenty of wonderful activities, museums and restaurants for you to choose from. An afternoon in our capital is an afternoon well spent and you’ll probably leave looking forward to your second date with Reykjavik. Plus, your Instagram feed will have never looked better.

The Flybus schedule is synced with all incoming and outgoing flights so you’ll always find a ride to and from the airport at the right time.
Our Flybus

One Dark Evening – The Northern Lights

Of all the natural wonders that we love about Iceland, few are as impressive or extraordinary as the northern lights. A northern lights tour takes you away from the city lights to enjoy the lights from the best possible place for the conditions on that particular evening, complete with a guide and your preferred comfort level.

While the northern lights are active all year round, Iceland’s midnight sun prevents you from seeing them so these tours are only available from September - May.
Our Northern Lights Tours

Just A Layover – The Blue Lagoon

Just a stone’s throw from Keflavik International Airport you’ll find the world-famous Blue Lagoon. This lagoon was originally wastewater from a geothermal power plant but don’t worry, it is very clean, the facilities are now state of the art and a visit here comes with some surprising health benefits. The silica mud is very good for your skin and you’ll probably want to purchase some of the Blue Lagoons luxurious skin products while you’re there. In the end, it’s the otherworldly blue colour of this water, set against the black and mossy green lava fields that will provide the most unforgettable experience. Visiting the Blue Lagoon is a treat for all the senses and comes highly recommended.

Make your layover in Keflavik an epic adventure and enjoy the world of the Blue Lagoon before continuing your journey.

REYKJAVIK EXCURSIONS BLOG

Get inspired! Information and tips and must see places in Iceland, fun facts, customs and more.

Five reasons for taking the Flybus

Although it may not seem like it, you have in fact landed in civilisation and airport transfer in Iceland is readily available.

Read Blog

A Short Stop in Iceland

How much time do you have?

July 13, 2020

A Short Stop in Iceland

How much time do you have?

July 13, 2020

If you have very limited time in Iceland, don’t worry, this island can still leave a mighty impression. Read our suggestions for your short stop in Iceland.

24 hours - The Golden Circle

It’s the most popular sightseeing tour in Iceland and there’s a very good reason for that. Actually, there are three very good reasons for that: Gullfoss, Geysir and Þingvellir.
This tour is something of a crash course in Iceland that manages to cover the awesome geography of moving tectonic plates, waterfalls, lava fields and geothermal hot springs, the rich history of an ancient Viking parliament and what can only be described as immense natural beauty. No matter the season, weather or your particular mood that day, this tour always comes highly recommended. And you can’t really leave Iceland without having seen these fundamental cornerstones of this country.

Most of our Golden Circle tours are day tours so if you have a day to spare in Iceland, we recommend the Golden Circle tour, leaving you time for an evening out in Reykjavik. You’ll have covered the basics in the best way possible.
Our Golden Circle Tours

An Afternoon in Reykjavik

Catch the Flybus from the airport to Reykjavik, it only takes about 45 minutes and it is a surprisingly scenic ride through the otherworldly landscapes of lava fields and volcanos. Check your luggage in at the BSÍ bus terminal lockers and hitch a ride with our City Sightseeing Hop on - Hop Off Bus. The 16 stops on the route give you a great overview of this quirky and colourful city, stopping at its most famous landmarks with plenty of wonderful activities, museums and restaurants for you to choose from. An afternoon in our capital is an afternoon well spent and you’ll probably leave looking forward to your second date with Reykjavik. Plus, your Instagram feed will have never looked better.

The Flybus schedule is synced with all incoming and outgoing flights so you’ll always find a ride to and from the airport at the right time.
Our Flybus

One Dark Evening – The Northern Lights

Of all the natural wonders that we love about Iceland, few are as impressive or extraordinary as the northern lights. A northern lights tour takes you away from the city lights to enjoy the lights from the best possible place for the conditions on that particular evening, complete with a guide and your preferred comfort level.

While the northern lights are active all year round, Iceland’s midnight sun prevents you from seeing them so these tours are only available from September - May.
Our Northern Lights Tours

Just A Layover – The Blue Lagoon

Just a stone’s throw from Keflavik International Airport you’ll find the world-famous Blue Lagoon. This lagoon was originally wastewater from a geothermal power plant but don’t worry, it is very clean, the facilities are now state of the art and a visit here comes with some surprising health benefits. The silica mud is very good for your skin and you’ll probably want to purchase some of the Blue Lagoons luxurious skin products while you’re there. In the end, it’s the otherworldly blue colour of this water, set against the black and mossy green lava fields that will provide the most unforgettable experience. Visiting the Blue Lagoon is a treat for all the senses and comes highly recommended.

Make your layover in Keflavik an epic adventure and enjoy the world of the Blue Lagoon before continuing your journey.

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REYKJAVIK EXCURSIONS BLOG

Get inspired! Information and tips and must see places in Iceland, fun facts, customs and more.

Five reasons for taking the Flybus

Although it may not seem like it, you have in fact landed in civilisation and airport transfer in Iceland is readily available.

Read Blog