The Golden Circle is a long road/route in Iceland. It runs for 190 miles looping from Reykjavik into the southern areas of Iceland. It is known for the sights on the route such as the Þingvellir National Park, the Gullfoss waterfall and the geothermal area in Haukadalur. It is a very popular route with tourists and is a great way to take in what Iceland has to offer.
Many tour companies organise travel from Reykjavik city centre. If you would prefer to travel alone, the best way to travel on the route is by car.
Opening Times and Admission
The actual roads/route is free to use. Some of the sights on the route may charge a fee.