This tour kicks off with a drive through the city’s main recreational and sports region - Laugardalur. You’ll pass the Olympic-sized, open-air swimming pool that’s filled with geothermal water. Then you’ll head to the open-air museum of Arbaer, where old houses from Reykjavik and other parts of the country have been relocated. After that, it’s time for a pleasant walk that’ll lead you to an old turf church and a turf farm building. Then you’ll drive back to Reykjavik for a stop at The Pearl, a famous vantage point that offers up heart-stealing views. The building itself is particularly interesting, too. The dome of the Pearl is made up of reflecting glass panels on a hollow steel frame. Afterwards, head off to the National Museum for a look around. The tour then continues in the old part of Reykjavik, with a look at the charming midtown. Sights to cross off here include colourful houses, the City Hall and the Catholic and Protestant Cathedrals. When you’ve had your fill, we’ll take you back to the pier where your ship awaits.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.