Your trip begins from the Hallgrímskirkja Church at the top of the downtown hill. You can go up the bell tower for an incredible view over the city with its multi-coloured rooftops and Faxaflói bay. The next stop is a visit to the beautiful sculpture park of Einar Jónsson where you learn all about Norse mythology. You'll also stroll through the quaint streets of Þingholt neighborhood towards the City Pond. You may opt to feed the ducks, geese and swans found on the northern end of the pond before you head on to the City Hall to see a super-sized topographical map of Iceland. This is where your guide will explain a little bit about Iceland’s fascinating geology and volcanic history. You'll stroll through the heart of the city itself, going past parliament, a beautiful cathedral and the site of the first Viking homesteads in the city, before visiting the Old Harbour. Here you'll see the impressive Harpa Concert Hall before the final stop at the beautiful Sólfar sculpture, overlooking the Bay with Mt Esja in the background.