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Relax! The new Airport Express Bus Transfer has got you covered

Getting to the airport on time can be one of the most stressful parts of anyone’s journey but Iceland Excursions has got you covered. Starting at the end of March 2011, the company will be offering daily direct bus transfers between Reykjavik and Keflavik International Airport. Transfers include a complimentary pick-up/drop-off hotel service and get you to the airport in plenty of time to relax and enjoy the friendly and modern facilities of Keflavik airport; recently voted as the best airport in Europe in the Airports Council International passenger survey in 2010.
 
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The Airport Express direct bus transfers also take you to Reykjavik 45 to 65 minutes after every incoming flight, making it easier than ever to reach your destination in Reykjavik with a complimentary hotel drop-off service to all major hotels in the capital.

Sightseeing and Day Tours with
Iceland Excursions


And now that you are here, why not let Iceland Excursions show you around? Combine the sights of Reykjavik with an afternoon feasting your eyes on some of Iceland’s most famous natural wonders with “City Sightseeing and Golden Circle Afternoon” (AH23) - one of their most popular tours.

You will start off with a tour of the Presidential Residence at Bessastaðir and then visit the nearby town of Hafnarfjörður, where humans and “hidden people” live side by side. Then its on to the hilltop revolving restaurant Perlan with its 360-degree spectacular views over Reykjavik and beyond. You’ll also get to have a look at Hallgrímskirkja church, the University area and the old town centre where the Icelandic parliament, the Althing is located.

The tour pauses for a break in the city centre where you can stop for lunch (not included in the price) or enjoy a stroll through this quaint quarter of Reykjavik with its narrow streets and unique shops.

After the break, you will join the Golden Circle Afternoon tour and head for the countryside to the Thingvellir National Park; renowned for its historic legacy and geological intrigue.

From there your journey continues to the geothermal area that encompasses the hot springs of Geysir and Strokkur and then to the mighty Gullfoss glacial waterfall. Lastly, the tour makes a stop in Hveragerði, the greenhouse village, before returning to the city over the mountain heath Hellisheiði.

To see all that Iceland Excursions has to offer, visit their sales office in downtown Reykjavik at Lækjartorg or go to their website:
www.grayline.is

For online booking and departure times for bus transfer service please see their website: www.airportexpress.is

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