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Population: 117,898
Language: English
Currency: Icelandic krona (ISK)

Information about Reykjavik


Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital city and also the largest city in Iceland. Over 300,000 people live in and around this city located on the southern coast of Faxofloi Bay near the Akrafjall and Esja mountains.

Many tourists enjoy the Golden Circle Route, which is a scenic drive encompassing many major sights such as the breathtaking Golfuss (Golden) Waterfalls, the Geysers, and Thingvellir. Horseback riding tours and white water rafting are other popular adventures for visitors to Reykjavik, and natural thermal springs are perfect for spa centers like Laugardalslaug.

There are many spectacular artistic and architectural sights in Reykjavik, such as the Solfar (Sun Voyager) sculpture and the amazing Iclandic Opera building. The city is also called “the nightlife capital of the north,” with over a hundred different all-night bars and discos in the Laugavegur area. A popular music festival, Iceland Airwaves, is held yearly in October.


Private Guide in Reykjavik

Private Guide in Reykjavik - Iceland Aurora Photo Tours

(Member Since 2010) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Reykjavik Languages: English

I am an Englishman who is passionate about landscape photography and Icelandic nature. I run a photo tour company providing pro photographer guides.

Private Guide in Reykjavik

Private Guide in Reykjavik - Stefan Helgi Valsson

(Member Since 2009) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Reykjavik Languages: English

Greetings from Iceland! Stefan Helgi Valsson is a licensed private guide in Iceland and also a professional driver, whose motherland is Reykjavik, Iceland. Stefan offers a wide range of guided tours in Reykjavik: it may be a walking tour, on bicycle, car, van or any other vehicle depending on the number of people in the group and your needs. It is worth noting that Stefan is a university professor, who lectures two subjects directly related to tourism: geography and hiking and guiding. If you are interested, you may take a course in the University of Holar, and the University of Iceland.

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I have two ladies who would like private touring to see the horses, swim at the Blue Lagoon, see the most northern gardens, etc. Is this something you can help with and, if so, how do your rates usually run per day? Thank you.
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