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Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik
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Golden Circle, Kerid Volcanic Crater, and Blue Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik

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This day trip to the Golden Circle from Reykjavik is a stress-free way to see some of Iceland’s most beautiful attractions. Don’t worry about mapping out an itinerary: Let your guide and driver take you to Kerid crater, the Blue Lagoon, Gullfoss waterfall, and more. Plus, your guide explains local history and geology that you wouldn’t learn traveling on your own.
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Ingolfur B wrote a review Jul 2020
Reykjavik, Iceland14 contributions2 helpful votes
If you want to know or buy Icelandic music this is the place. Very good collectiion of classical music. The staff is friendly and know a lot about Icelandic music and music in general. Concerts every friday during the summer. They have good local beer and excellent coffee. Here you meet the locals.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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TSCForster wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
Very cool and friendly record shop. Plenty of contemporary and old vinyl and CDs. Also an excellent selection of Iclandic music. Don't miss the bargain basement.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Vladyslava Z wrote a review Nov 2019
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine115 contributions19 helpful votes
One of the best record stores I've ever been to. Huge record collection. This is also a great place to discover new Icelandic music.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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rschiller wrote a review Aug 2019
Garden Grove, California226 contributions57 helpful votes
When we arrived in Reykjavik and then went straight to downtown. After a quick stop at the Hallgrimskirkja, we walked down the main street to this store. This was on my wish list of definite sites to visit in Iceland. We were greeted by a friendly guy at the register who immediately offered us a cup of coffee (a first in any music store I've been to!). I was most interested in classical music and they had a good selection of it but, honestly, nothing highly unusual. If you're into LPs, they had a ton of those downstairs. I did end up buying a t-shirt and poster of an old Icelandic map. Haven't been to a music store quite like this before and I've been to many all over the world. 12 Tonar definitely has a unique niche for music stores, especially in the sadly dying breed of brick and mortar music stores. If you're in Reykjavik, go there and buy something!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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RPG wrote a review Jul 2019
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12 Tonar was recommended to me by the curator of the Icelandic Punk Museum as being a great place to find authentic Icelandic music (other than Bjork.) He was absolutely correct. With the upstairs devoted to CDs and the downstairs containing CDs and Vinyl, this place was a real treasure for someone like me who loves discovering obscure musical oddities. Sure, they had mainstream music on hand, but from what I could see, most of the music inside was either Icelandic or European and the genres ranged from classical to punk to experimental. The vibe in the place was super cool and chill and the owner was patient and kind, walking me around and giving me suggestions. He offered free coffee and there was a nice listening station room where you could veg out on sofas and check out the music in the store for free before buying. If I lived in Reykjavik, I think I'd be in this place everyday. Highly recommended. (I bought a CD by Hafdis Huld. Icelandic Norah Jones meets Radiohead. Good stuff.)
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Date of experience: July 2019
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