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The Golden Circle is the collective name for a stunning 300-kilometer (190-mile) trail that traverses the most iconic and awe-inspiring sights of Iceland's geography. Located in southwest Iceland, the circle lets one experience the historic and exquisite reaches of the Þingvellir National Park, the marvels of the Geysir and Strokkur geothermal areas, and admire the wispy cascade of the Gullfoss waterfall as it gushes from the River Hvítá. Along the way, less prominent but equally mesmerizing attractions include the Kerið volcanic crater, the idyllic town of Hveragerði, the Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station, and historic Skálholt Cathedral.
Reykjavík Excursions specializes in conducting tours to the villages and countryside surrounding Reykjavík. You will be exposed to the rural culture and customs of Iceland as well as its scenic landscape. Most of the destinations on the company's itinerary are but a few hours from the capital, and it also organizes for accommodations to suit every budget.