Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Our famous 2-hour walking tour focuses on the history of Iceland, Reykjavík’s evolution as a city and Icelandic culture in general. It’s presented in an informative and entertaining way by English-speaking Icelanders and history majors. You can pay as you please after the tour.
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Reviews from travellers (73)
its worth doing but dont have too high an expectation
He provided some good inside knowledge regarding where too hop, eat etc.
I would highly recommend the tour.
We.loved the tour and learn a few things about iceland culture,history,schools and medicine. Thank you Nanna glad we finally had a sunny day!
Nanna thank.you also for spending a.few.minutes answering a few traveling.questions
Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this tour.
Pace was comfortable for all.
Our guide (sorry, it was 6maths ago and i can'take remember his name) was very friendly, approachable and knowledgeable.
I highly recommend anyone to take this tour - and please tip as you see fit.
He was very entertaining and kept things light but still got the important facts over.
Definitely recommend this tour to anyone wanting to get a good locals view of the city.
We gave a moderate tip but noticed many people on the tour legged it at the end without giving any tip. Come on guys considering the cost of everything in Iceland 1000Krona isn't much for two hours of great infotainment.
Your humour was great and much appreciated, local info and little snippets are always so much better than the sometimes more formal tour guides and we love this system, having used it in other cities before.
Thoroughly recommend this.
Our guide, Eric, was very interesting and energetic as he led us around the inner city while providing overviews of Icelandic history and education. The 2 hours flew by in spite of the rain. Eric also provided some interesting insights into their culture and a few money saving tips. In addition, if you give him your email at the end of the tour, you get an email full of things to do, places to eat, etc.
We have done free walks in other cities and enjoy them, not because they are free, but because the guides who are working for tips work so hard to make sure that you enjoy them. This was one of the best.