From the South Shore you head to the mighty waterfall Gullfoss and the famous Hot Spring area of Geysir, probably the most remarkable tourist attractions in Iceland. You might want to stop at Skálholt. Skálholt was home to the head of the Icelandic Church from 1056 AD, which was located there for nearly 750 years.From there its worth driving to Kerið volcanic crater, which is thought to be around 3,000 years old. Drive up to Thingvellir, where the world’s oldest parliament was set up in around 930 AD. Thingvellir is on the World Heritage List, first published by UNESCO in 1972. From Þingvellir your journey takes you to the capital Reykjavik where you stay for the next 2 nights.