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This port of call was the main reason we chose this itinerary . We took the circle tour excursion and would highly recommend it. We got to see many of the highlights of Iceland in just one day. Multiple days here would be nice as there is so much to see. Wonderful time and highlight of the trip.
Visited: Sep 25, 2017
Interesting port of call - visit the cathedral and walk along the water front. Plenty of interesting excusuions on offer here most notably the Golden Circle and the Blue Lagoon.
Visited: Jul 14, 2017
Free shuttle bus to a shuttle bus to town (yes really!). Met a tour host who knew a lot about pseudo craters, went to the Blue Lagoon which was lovely and pricey but wanted to do it. Arrived early too due to med-evac required so they organised some evening tours which got me out of black tie night.
Visited: Jul 05, 2019
Hurray, the northern lights actually showed themselves to us on the trip from Akureyri to Reykjavik, not a spectacular display but I did get some reasonable photos. We were in Reykjavik for 2 full days and did a golden circle full day tour which was very good. Calling first at the geysers and had a delicious buffet lunch then on to the spectacular waterfalls and calling at the botanical gardens on the way back. Very good trip. If you want to go into the city by the shuttle bus it costs just over £14.
Visited: Oct 13, 2019
God's spring are beautiful.
Visited: Jun 23, 2019
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