All Activities in Reykjavik

The Reykjavík Food Walk
Tour ∙ 4 hrs
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114 EUR

The Reykjavík Food Walk

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We’re a small group of proud Icelandic foodies who are passionate about sharing our incredible local cuisine with adventurous, fun, and curious travellers. If you’re any of the above, you’ve found the perfect way to explore our beautiful Reykjavík!
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114 EUR
The Reykjavík Bar Crawl
Tour ∙ 3 hrs
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123 EUR

The Reykjavík Bar Crawl

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Experience Reykjavík’s legendary nightlife like the locals! Enjoy must-have Icelandic drinks, meet new friends from around the world, and have a local friend show you all the best bars and clubs in the city!
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Horse Riding Tour in a Lava Field near Reykjavík
Tour ∙ 4 hrs
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106 EUR

Horse Riding Tour in a Lava Field near Reykjavík

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Our bestselling day tour is the ideal way to experience the magic of Icelandic horses! We take excellent riding paths surrounded by amazing nature. The riding time is 1.5–2 hours. The tour is suitable for beginners as well as more experienced riders.
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106 EUR
Reykjavik Letterpress Workshop
Tour ∙ 2 hrs
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80 EUR

Reykjavik Letterpress Workshop

Learn and experience the letterpress printing technique, its uniqueness and the artistic opportunities it offers. Design and make your own postcards with this authentic technique.
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80 EUR
Icelandic Mythical Walk
Tour ∙ 1.5 hrs
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26 EUR

Icelandic Mythical Walk

Visit the Elves and trolls of Iceland on this entertaining walk through the oldest part of Reykjavik. If you want to experience an exciting and different side of Iceland join us and visit an elf home the Reykjavik city center and walk through two of the oldest cemeteries in Reykjavik
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26 EUR
Reykjavik Food Lovers Tour
Tour ∙ 150 hrs
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100 EUR

Reykjavik Food Lovers Tour

They say that sharing a meal is the best way to get to know each other but a walking tour with at least 5 foodie stops is even better! The stops include the oldest restaurant in Reykjavik, a legendary hot dog stand and a great new gastropub.
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100 EUR
Reykjavik Walking Tour - Walk With a Viking
Tour ∙ 120 hrs
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28 EUR

Reykjavik Walking Tour - Walk With a Viking

Delve into Viking history and heritage in the Icelandic capital on this Reykjavik walking tour. Follow your guide through the streets and parks of Reykjavik, and gain insight into the city’s strong Viking influences. Discover top city attractions including the Harpa concert hall and Hallgrímskirkja
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28 EUR
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Tour ∙ 2 hrs
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0 EUR

Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour

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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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Customer feedback about Tours in Reykjavik

Rating 4.8 based on 94 reviews

Pub crawl
We had so much fun on the crawl. We met some new friends, who will be friends for life! We loved Hera! She was full of knowledge and became our friend very quickly!
My only suggestion would be to give a better description as to what is included. As in the VIP access and specific drinks. I might have preferred to pay for the other crawl that didn’t include drinks so I could pick my own. :)
The Reykjavík Bar 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
Great local info
An informative and fun tour round Reykjavik - thanks so much Jo.
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.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
5 stars!
The tour was great, I'm very glad I took it at the beginning of my trip since it helped me understand the city, a bit of the Icelandic mindset and the history of the country that influenced both. Sara, our tour guide, was respectful, knowledgeable and funny. I'd recommend it to any first timers!
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
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
Great entertaining tour!
I had Johannes as a tourguide and he did a great job of telling us about the Icelandic and downtown Reyjkjavic history. Would definitely do again!!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Erik was awesome !
Great tour filled with awesome facts about Iceland. So happy we did this & our guide Erik was the absloulte best!!!
Ty again!!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Very informative.
Would have preferred a smaller group, but was very informative and entertaining at the same time.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Great tour!
I enjoyed this tour! Our guide was very knowledgeable!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Very informative and cheerful guide
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Nice to get insights from locals
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Awesome tour!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
Great tour!
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
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5-stars for the Reykjavík Food Walk and its guide
I was really surprised by how great this tour was. I really just signed up for it to kill a few hours the day I arrived in Reykjavik while I was waiting to get picked up by another tour. I guess I was just expecting to kind of learn my way around the area while sampling some small bits of food. It turned out, we went to seven different restaurants/bars/cafés where they fed us generously and I was STUFFED by the halfway point.

I can't say enough about the guide, Egill (pronounced AY-ick), who designed the tour himself based on his own favorite spots around the city. You could absolutely tell how into the subject he was—that this wasn't just a list of places handed to him—and that he truly enjoyed taking us to places where he eats and telling us all about the city and Iceland in general along the way.

I am so glad I picked this as the first thing I did when I arrived in Iceland. It was the perfect way to get introduced to the culture, language, and my way around the downtown area so that when I came back later, I could find my way. He made all the little things we learned about the country and city so interesting and with enough variety without just droning endlessly with information.

For the rest of my week vacationing here, I recommended this tour to a bunch of people. At first, I almost didn't book it because it looked kind of pricey for what I thought would be just a little bit of food sampling, but I have to say it was WORTH EVERY PENNY (or krona, whatever).

Much thanks to Egill for introducing me to some incredible restaurants (one of which I returned to my last day) and starting my vacation off perfectly.
The Reykjavík Food Walk
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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
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Must do while in Iceland!
I went on the food tour not really knowing what to expect--and it was seriously awesome! You go on a fair amount of stops and eat some seriously delicious food. Thankfully, the portions are really reasonable and you're not left feeling as though you have eaten an entire buffet or two! The walking isn't at all strenuous and you get to see a fair amount of the city on the way. It's a great way to get to know the town of Reykjavik and the culture of Iceland. Our tour guide, Dan, was super friendly and passionate. He was very knowledgeable and was genuinely interested in getting to know about the people on the tour. Not only that, but he has a great demeanor and makes the tour really fun!

If you're interested in the tour, make sure you bring decent walking shoes, weather appropriate clothing and a good appetite! While the portions may not be huge, it will definitely fill you up by the end. I also recommend bringing a camera to take photos of the food that you eat--it's plated really well. All in all, 10/10--awesome tour!
The Reykjavík Food Walk
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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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We went on this tour our last morning in Reykjavic and wished we had done it earlier in our visit because of all the information we received.

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.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour
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Superb Walking tour
We went on the Reykjavik 'Free' Walking Tour in Feb 2017 and were so pleased that we did. Joe was our guide and he really made the experience very enjoyable. He was extremely knowledgeable, witty and made the tour very interesting. We attended the Tour on our first morning in Reykjavik which just happened to be the day when over 80 cm of snow had fallen during the previous night! The tour still went ahead (other tours by other companies got cancelled) and was fun with all of the snow. We learned such a lot from Joe that morning and this saved us loads of time during our holiday as we could put our knowledge to good use. I would thoroughly recommend to anyone visiting the beautiful city of Reykjavik to book up for this tour.
Reykjavík “Free” Walking Tour

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