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The capital city of Iceland is the northernmost capital city in the world. Reykjavik populates over 115.000 people, including the surrounding Reykjavik area, the populace is close to 50% of the total Icelandic population. Reykjavik is believed to be the location of the first permanent settlement in Iceland, which Ingolfur Arnarson is said to have established around the year 870. Various sites in Reykjavik are of particular interest which are covered in the following tour options.

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The tours that include city sightseeing in Reykjavik:
AH10 - Great area Reykjavik sightseeing

Combination tours:
AH23 - City sightseeing and Gullfoss & Geysir express
AH25 - City sightseeing and Blue Lagoon direct

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