Well worth the city map of Reykjavik

If you've opted for an 11-day (10-night) trip, today you have time to spend the day in Iceland's capital, Reykjavík. Reykjavik offers numerous art galleries, museums, two shopping centers, a shopping street, a botanical garden, a small zoo, beautiful swimming pools and much more. It would also be possible to ride the famous Icelandic horses very close to Reykjavík. If you wish, you can visit the Reykjanes peninsula. There you can expect steaming mud potholes, as well as boiling mud pools in Krísuvík. The church of Bessastaðir is also very worth seeing. On the way to the airport, don't miss a visit to the famous Blue Lagoon. After a pleasant natural swim, head towards Keflavik Airport, from where you take your flight home. Those of you who have opted for the 12-day (11-night) trip can explore the Borgafjöður region today. There are attractions here, such as Deildartunguhver, Iceland's largest hot spring, which produces 180 liters of boiling water per minute. You will also see Hraunfossar, a peculiar waterfall that rises from lava stones and flows into a river. Then continue the journey towards Reykjavik. You drive through the sea tunnel ´Hvalfjarðargöng`, which shortens the distance by 45 km. Overnight in Reykjavík.

Optional activities: swimming or horse riding in Borganes, natural swimming in the Blue Lagoon, whale watching in Reykjavik harbor

Travel distance: approx. 220 km (12-day trip) or approx. 70 km (11-day trip).