Video: Return Trip Reykjavik On The Golden Circle Tour

Starting at 8 in the morning, we would spend the next eight hours on what is probably the most popular of Iceland’s shore excursions: The Golden Circle Tour. Cruise lines may call the tour something different, but no matter what it’s called, the tour makes a wide sweep to visit three significant attractions near Reykjavik. Geysir, which gave the world the word ‘geyser’; Gullfoss, a thundering double-decker waterfall; and Thingvellir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet, the only place in the world where you can see this phenomenon above water. See the full story, Running Through Reykjavik, Assessing Iceland’s Cruise Tours.

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  • Fantastic Ralph, excelent presentation. Maybe I should go there inthe summer, we’ve always been in the winter or early spring and it was always different.


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