Guided Reykjavík Museum, Food & Drink Walking Tour

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From ISK 13'000

  • A local guide shows you around the city
  • Your guide is a young, fun and energetic sailor who loves Reykjavík
  • Visit many of Reykjavík’s most epic sites like Hallgrímskirkja
  • Discover Icelandic delicacies in a fun way
  • Have a taste of beer, cheese, meat and fish
  • Very small groups
  • Plenty of opportunities to chat with the guide or ask questions
  • Tour is FREE for 6 years and younger children
  • A perfect family activity.

 

From ISK 13'000

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How it works

You´ll meet with your guide at Perlan. You don’t have to bring anything except appropriate clothing depending on the weather. Of course we recommend good walking shoes. Your guide will take care of everything and provide vouchers for entrance fees and other things needed for the walking tour.


Your guide will walk with you between the stops and tell you about things you see on the way. Of course he´ll tell you everything you need to know about each location and the food and drinks you´ll be having.

At the last location, you might be in for a fun little surprise from the guide!

 

Here are the main stops on the tour:

Highlights

Meeting point

Perlan

Duration

3 to 3 1/2 hours

Language

English 

Included

Museum entrance fee, food, beer

The best way to see Reykjavík is of course walking around with a happy Icelander who loves to show you around and introduce you to local delicacies!

The Guided Museum, Food & Drink Walking Tour around Reykjavík is a unique and new experience available in Iceland. The trip was made by two young fishermen. They’re local food lovers who want to give people the option of exploring Reykjavík in a fun and exciting way while discovering Icelandic food and drink.
You´ll be taken to places loved by locals. Everything from the magnificent Hallgrímskirkja church to a hipster-type bakery where you´ll get to know and taste the one and only “snúður”. A type of glazed cinnamon bun available in every bakery in Iceland, but made absolutely masterfully at the bakery. That is a great example of why it’s best to take a walking tour with a local. They know all the best places off the beaten path and can mix them up with the traditional attractions. You don’t want to miss this one!

Route

  1. Reykjavik