Customer feedback about Tours in Reykjavik

Rating 4.9 based on 77 reviews

great time sharing with real kind people
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Great tour!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
The guide didn't turned up
We booked a tour for 11am, we showed up in time waited 15 min but no guide arrived. Utterly disappointing
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Spanish group
I can recommend this tour to everyone! Is so interesting and our guide was excellent!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Well spent walking tour
Eric was very knowledgeable. Without the tour we could have missed some local spots and understanding the history behind them. Great way to learn about Reykjavik/Iceland.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
excellent tour
Loved this tour. the guide was very knowledgeable and the timings were excellent. They do not charge per se but ask for donations. There is no pressure to give but the tour is so good it would be rude not to! Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this tour.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Just what you need to know about Reykjavik in 2 hours
I had an amazing time with the tour guy, he explained everything in a simple manner and showed us the most important sites in the city. I really enjoyed it and fully recommended to everyone that visit the city.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Fabulous into to Iceland!
Had the most wonderful tour and great introduction to Iceland! Our guide Thomas, was exceptionally knowledgeable, a great story teller and bought everything to life. Discovered so much about Reykjavik.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Really good tour
Our guide was Eric, would highly recommend the tour!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Fantastic
I would recomend the tour to everyone.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
MUST DO!
This was a super fun tour with 3 guides for our group of 12. We got a taste of different nightlife around the city and a discount at each stop. The walking distance was minimal. Eat before you go...there’s no food stops and we had a lot to drink!!!
Reykjavík Pub Crawl
Reykjavik (not than) well-known
Having been an Iceland lover for years, I was afraid that the information I would get during the Walking Tour are basic and addressed to "typical" tourists. I was surprised that our guide, Tómas, was not only shrewd and funny but also told us many things I have never heard before. I regret that I was not able to stay till the end of the tour, but it was a real good experience. Thanks!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
A great introduction to Reykjavik!
Our guide, Alexandra, introduced us to a number of fabulous dishes. We started with a meat (lamb) soup, went on to a cheese shop for samples of cheese and meats (including horse and goose), continued to a cafe for a unique rye-bread ice cream (it sounds odd if you have American rye in mind, but this is a dark, somewhat sweet molasses-rich rye -- the ice cream was excellent!), and moved on from there to a seafood restaurant for a sampling of arctic char and fish mash (also unique and wonderful). These were followed by Icelandic yogurt outdoors by Reykjavik's "pond," a hot dog (mostly lamb) with all the fixings at the oldest hot dog stand in the city, and finally a wonderful pair of desserts -- a chocolate concoction in the shape of a rose, and an apple sorbet -- with coffee. Alexandra was a wonderful guide. She answered all our questions about life in Reykjavik and Iceland, about local traditions, about must-see parts of the city, and of course about the food. By the time the tour was over, we felt as if we'd learned a lot and made a new friend. We did this tour on our first day in Iceland. It was a great way to orient ourselves and get through our jet lag, as well as to find great places to eat! We actually returned to two of the tour spots later in our week; had we stayed longer, I'm sure we would have gone back to more. Thank you, Alexandra and Like a Local!
The Reykjavík Food Walk
Amazing tour
Eirik was the best guide we could have. He had humour, speaked with a loud voice and clear accent and we’ve learned so many interesting things about the culture of Iceland and the city of Reykjavic. I strongly recommend this tour, especially during your first days in the capital since you’re given a list of things to do, places to visit and hints for hunting the northen lights.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
An excellent insight
The tour was very enjoyable, a knowledgeable guide who added commentary on many aspects of Icelandic culture. By the end of the tour I felt I knew more than any guide book or non Icelandic guide could have provided. Thank you
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Meet some great people
Reykjavík Pub Crawl
Essential Reykjavik
Our guide, Erik, was the best! He showed us all of the essential spots in Reykjavik while providing stops in City Hall and Harpa to warm up. Best tour in town and a must to complete your visit.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
10/10!
I was just in for ten hours on a layover and decided to go on a tour to get to know the city. I was presently surprised about the guide (Sarah?) and her great enthusiasm and I enjoyed getting to know more about the silly and inspiring history and present of Iceland.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Incredible Experience
AMAZING! This experience was wonderful. The company was very organized and professional. I loved that they split the group in two: one for the more advanced riders and the other for the beginners. Beginners could also join the faster group if they felt comfortable trying it out. I was a beginner that tried the faster group and the experience was unbelievable! The horses were so beautiful and it was incredible to experience their different gaits. I felt very in tune with the horse in different parts and the scenery was beautiful. If I had had time I would have booked another trip! Highly recommend this experience :D
Horse Riding Tour in a Lava Field near Reykjavík
Brilliant - would do it again!
This horse riding tour was fantastic. We went on the 2 hours lava field walk. They break you off into experienced and beginner groups. Beginner group goes at a nice walking pace so you can take in the countryside views. They do break off again if you gain confidence and want to move a little quicker. We chose to stay on the nice saunter pace walk and thoroughly enjoyed it. By and large the horses follow each other but some of the naughtier ones are more fun to handle. The guides seem to know which ones those are and keep a good eye on you without following you everywhere you go. Guides are really friendly and take photos for you half way around which was a nice added bonus. There is a coffee / tea / very light snack selection there for afterwards if you're so inclined. Would definitely go back again and again, really enjoyed it.
Horse Riding Tour in a Lava Field near Reykjavík

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