Reykjavik sightseeing tour

Exploring the sights of Reykjavik city by bus and on foot.

Reykjavik Grand City Tour


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Reykjavik city

Tour ID: IS04

Tour Duration: 3 hrs.

Experience the world’s northernmost capital of a sovereign state: Reykjavik. With a population of around 120,000 (and over 200,000 in the Greater Reykjavík Area), it is the heart of Iceland's economic, governmental activity, but also known for its culture, art and nightlife.
A basic guided tour of the capital that contrasts the colourful old centre with the newer parts of the city.


  • Hallgrímskirkja church
  • Fishing harbour
  • Höfđi
  • Sólfariđ
  • Harpa concert hall
  • Bessastađir
  • Hafnarfjörđur

Departure: all days / all year

Departure time:
Duration: 3 hours

Price per person: Isk. 5.900
Teenagers 12-15 years: Isk. 2.950
Children 0-11 years for free

A similar private tour with driver/guide can also be arranged for the price of Isk. 25.500 for 1-4 pax


  • Bus fare
  • Guidance 
  • Pick ups from hotel/guesthouse

This three-hour long tour takes you to the most important places of Reykjavík, including the famous Hallgrímskirkja church, named after the 17th-century poet and clergyman Hallgrímur Pétursson. It is the highest church in Iceland at 74,5 metres high (244 ft.) and it took 41 years to build. Construction began in 1945 and didn’t end until 1986. It additionally houses the largest church organ in Iceland; it has 5275 pipes, is 15 metres high and weighs 25 tons.

Other stops are, for example, Höfđi, where the US President Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev President of the Soviet Union met to end the Cold War, and Bessastađir, the official residence of the Icelandic president located at the beautiful Álftanes peninsula. Bessastađir was first settled in the year 1000 and has since then been an important place in Iceland. Snorri Sturluson, the author of Snorra-Edda, lived there in the 13th century and later on it became a Royal Fortress and the residence of the Norse King’s highest ranking officers and officials living in Iceland.

The tour ends at the beautiful Harpa concert hall and conference centre in downtown Reykjavík, which was designed by the Danish firm Henning Larsen Architects in co-operation with Danish-Icelandic artist Ólafur Elíasson.

The guide will provide you with all the essential information regarding Reykjavík‘s rich culture, history and natural environment. This is the essential introduction to Iceland‘s capital!

Guided in English: daily
German: Wednesdays, Fridays & Sundays
French: Tuesdays

Hotel pick up starts 30 min. before tour departure. In central Reykjavik, it is prohibited to drive buses. Here is the link to map of the restricted zone with bus stops where you should wait for pick up if your hotel is within the restricted zone.

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Nonni Travel

Brekkugata 5
600 Akureyri, Iceland

Tel. +354 461 1841
nonni (at)


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