When your group arrives in Iceland, you’ll jump straight into action. It’s museum day! Today your group will be able to explore the millions of pieces of art on display in the museums. First stop is the National Gallery of Iceland, which displays the most iconic artwork in the country and is the perfect way to discover the traditional Icelandic culture. Up next is the Reykjavik Museum of Photography, an exhibition of Icelandic and international photography with a variety of professional and amateur work. We’ve saved the best for last, the Einar Jonsson Museum, the most popular museum in Reykjavik. Here you’ll be able to explore the gardens and discover the sentimental meaning behind each sculpture.
Hope your students are early risers; they have a jam packed day! Don’t go chasing waterfalls? We’d have to disagree! You’ll be heading on the Golden Circle Tour, the most popular in the country. Tick off all of Iceland’s biggest attractions: Þingvellir National Park, Geysir and Gullfoss. In the evening, your group can enjoy a traditional meal while discussing the highlights of your trip.
Explore the innovative designs of the Icelandic architecture, starting off with the Harpa Concert Hall one of the most iconic building in the country. From the futuristic to the gothic, Reykjavik has an eclectic variety in architectural designs. Explore the Hallgrimskirkja, the largest church on the island with the most striking design. Before you leave you’ll be head over to the Blue Lagoons for some ultimate relaxation, the perfect way to end your trip to the land of ice and fire!