Very interesting port with the old waterfront section well preserved; good for shopping and walking. We took the shore excursion to Grieg's Summer Home, Troldhaugen, and a stave church, which we liked. The weather was overcast, but at least it was not raining on our tour.
Unique beautifully situated town on the fjord with a train leaving for the beautiful mountains. We took the train on our excursion and the ride was wonderful with beautiful waterfalls and valleys. Nice partly cloudy weather added to the enjoyable of the time we spent here.
We didn't have a tour here, but walked around the downtown area and the Harpa, the new performing arts center, which is spectacular. The weather was sunny and we had lunch at a very good Italian restaurant in downtown Reykjavik, called the Hornad, I believe.
We took an excellent tour to the Giant's Causeway and enjoyed it very much. The tour guide was great and the weather was bright and sunny so that the coastal viewpoints became highlights on the tour. It made for some excellent pictures.
We had a quite extensive city tour here which took us to Trinity College where we saw the main library with the Book of Kells. Nice campus with historical buildings. The city tour was well done with a stop to visit the interior of St.Patrick's Cathedral. This was our first visit to this interesting capital. After the tour ended, we went back on our own and had lunch at an Irish Pub and walked around the main shopping streets. We spent a nice day here.