7 Days trip in Iceland

Budget: 0 USD - 1700 USD Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration Historical landmarks Cultural experiences
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Iceland is a Nordic island country known for its dramatic landscapes, including geysers, hot springs, volcanoes, glaciers, and black sand beaches. It has a rich history and a unique culture shaped by its geography and isolation.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to ISK
ISK 142
Best Way to Get Around
Domestic Flights

Day 1

  1. Thingvellir National Park

    180 minutes

    Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Thingvellir National Park where you can see the meeting point of North American and Eurasian tectonic plates and learn about the country's history and culture.

  2. Reykjavik Maritime Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the Reykjavik Maritime Museum to learn about Iceland's seafaring culture and history, including old fishing boats, lighthouses, and exhibits on whaling.

  3. Hallgrimskirkja

    60 minutes

    Climb to the top of the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church, the tallest building in Reykjavik, for stunning views of the city and surrounding countryside.

Day 2

  1. Skaftafell National Park

    360 minutes

    Take a day-trip to Skaftafell National Park, where you can hike to see stunning waterfalls, glaciers, and wildlife like reindeer and puffins.

  2. Viking World Museum

    120 minutes

    Explore the Viking World Museum and learn about Iceland's ancient and medieval history, including sailing replicas of a Viking ship and an Icelandic turf house.

  3. Harpa Concert Hall

    120 minutes

    Attend a concert or show at the Harpa Concert Hall, one of Iceland's most impressive and modern architectural landmarks.

Day 3

  1. The Blue Lagoon

    240 minutes

    Relax and rejuvenate in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland's most popular and iconic attractions. Upgrade your experience with add-ons like spa treatments and dining options.

  2. Reykjavik Art Museum

    120 minutes

    Experience Iceland's contemporary art scene at the Reykjavik Art Museum, featuring works by local and international artists in a variety of media.

  3. Perlan Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the Perlan Museum to learn about Iceland's unique geology, glaciers, and volcanic history, with interactive exhibits and breath-taking views from the top of the building.

Day 4

  1. Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

    480 minutes

    Embark on a guided tour to see the stunning Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, featuring floating icebergs and abundant marine and bird life. Add on a boat tour or glacier hike for a more immersive experience.

  2. Aurora Borealis Hunt

    240 minutes

    Join a guided excursion to see the Northern Lights, a natural light show featuring dancing colors and patterns in the night sky. Tours usually include hot drinks and snacks to keep you warm.

Day 5

  1. Reykjanes Peninsula

    240 minutes

    Explore the Reykjanes Peninsula, home to a variety of natural wonders like hot springs, sea caves, and lava fields, as well as cultural sites like the Viking World Museum and the Bridge Between Continents.

  2. National Museum of Iceland

    120 minutes

    Learn about Iceland's rich history and culture at the National Museum of Iceland, featuring artifacts and exhibits from prehistoric times to modern day.

  3. Reykjavik Food Walk

    150 minutes

    Join a food tour of Reykjavik's culinary scene, sampling delicious Icelandic specialties like lamb, fish, and skyr yogurt, as well as craft beers and spirits.

Day 6

  1. Hveragerdi Hot Springs

    240 minutes

    Enjoy a scenic drive to Hveragerdi, known as the 'hot spring capital' of Iceland, where you can soak in natural hot tubs and take a hike to nearby waterfalls.

  2. Reykjavik City Walk

    120 minutes

    Take a walking tour of Reykjavik's historic downtown, guided by a local expert who will share insights into the city's past and present, including landmarks like the Parliament House and Tjornin Pond.

  3. Icelandic Symphony Orchestra

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a night of classical music with the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, featuring performances of works by Icelandic composers as well as international standards.

Day 7

  1. Gullfoss Waterfall

    120 minutes

    Take in the stunning beauty of Gullfoss, one of Iceland's most famous waterfalls, cascading down a two-tiered cliff into a deep canyon below.

  2. Geysir Hot Spring Area

    120 minutes

    Visit the Geysir Hot Spring Area, where you can see the infamous Strokkur geyser erupting every few minutes, as well as other thermal pools and bubbling mud pots.

  3. Reykjavik Street Art Walk

    120 minutes

    Discover Reykjavik's vibrant street art scene on a guided walking tour, featuring works by local and international artists in a variety of neighborhoods.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-30 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
100-200 USD per night


3-6 USD per ride
15-40 USD per ride
Rental Car
50-100 USD per day


10-15 USD per meal
Street Food
5-10 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance Fee for Blue Lagoon
60-120 USD
Northern Lights Tour
50-100 USD
Whale Watching Tour
80-150 USD

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