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Discover Reykjavik’s foodie scene and sample delicious Icelandic cuisine on this walking tour. Visit a variety of Reykjavik eateries from restaurants to food trucks, and sample a selection of traditional dishes and street food favorites including Icelandic cheeses, lamb, homemade ice cream, and the famous Icelandic hot dogs. Along the way, pass by landmarks such as Hallgrimskirkja, the Harpa concert hall, and Parliament House.
Finding authentic places to eat can be tricky in an unfamiliar place. Take the guesswork out of your visit to Reykjavík on this guided walking tour that takes you to a multitude of eateries around the capital, including the city's oldest restaurant and a much-loved hot dog stand. In a small group of no more than 12, learn about Iceland's culinary history and traditions as you sample such dishes as Icelandic meat soup, skyr, and lobster soup.
Join a fun group of foodies and beer lovers at a hip, contemporary bar in the heart of Reykjavík’s Old Harbor for a tasting tour through Iceland’s food, culture and customs. Enjoy six pairings of craft beers and locally-sourced foods that tell a story about Icelandic terroir and traditions. Immerse yourself in the flavors of the far north while listening to stories, legends and insider tips from your local host.
Spend an evening sampling the best of Iceland's craft beers over the course of this 2.5-hour tour. Sip 10 different beers, most of which can only be found in Iceland, and learn about the history of Icelandic beer from the Vikings to present day. Travel with a small group, which ensures personalized attention from your guide and an intimate atmosphere.
If you’re short on time in Iceland, it makes sense to pack as much into any free evening you have as possible. This tour from Reykjavik does just that: combining a swim in the geothermal waters of the Secret Lagoon with an Icelandic buffet dinner and a road trip to hunt for the Northern Lights. Your experience includes transport, lagoon admission, dinner, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
If you do a food tour in Reykjavik, don't you want to try out the truly authentic food from Iceland?
With our selection of local foodie treats you can check off a lot of things on your Icelandic food bucket list and as an extra we visit the fun food stalls of the Reykjavik Flea Market.
One of the best things about doing a food tour is getting a sense of the history of the country while eating something delicious & interesting. All of our guides are experts and graduates from the tour guide school of Iceland but more importantly, they know how to entertain and educate at the same time.
Our stops include a brilliant new gastropub, the oldest restaurant in Reykjavik, the legendary hot dog stand, The one and only Reykjavik Flea market, The authentic Seabaron and Geysir bistro. Make sure you arrive hungry!
On this half-day, Northern Lights night tour, you’ll head to Blafjoll Ski Resort, just a half hour’s drive from Reykjavik, to wait for the famous green dancing lights of Aurora Borealis. Tours rely on up-to-date meteorologist reports, so you can maximize your chances of sightings. Tours include cinnamon buns from an acclaimed local bakery and a cup of steaming hot chocolate.
Discover renowned locations along Iceland’s stunning southern coast during this full-day, attraction-packed guided tour. Highlights include a peek at three of the island’s most active volcanoes, a visit to the iconic Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, and a stop at Black Sand Beach, featured in “Game of Thrones.” Tours include enriching commentary from your guide and a tasty, traditional lunch.
Spend three days exploring the enchanting northern reaches of Iceland with this three-day, two-night tour from Reykjavik. Throughout the course of your tour, you'll get to experience some of the most impressive natural features in the country, with visits to the Grabrok Crater, the Hvitserkur basalt stack, Godafoss, Lake Myvatn, Dimmuborgir, and Akureyri.
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The best nightlife experience Reykjavík nightlife has to offer.
If you want the best out of Reykjavík nightlife I’m your guy.
I will bring you to the best bars at each given time.
We will start at one specific place an work our way to a better place each given time.
We will go to approximately 4-6 places downtown depending on the time we are having.
The service is intended for people at the age of 20-60 but different for each age group.
So this is about saving you time and giving you the best of what Reykjavík nightlife has to offer.
This is not a V.I.P. Service as I want you to experience the nightlife as it is.
I will be your nightlife guide.
Giving you the best experience nightlife in Reykjavík has to offer.
Dive deep into Icelandic food culture as you prepare, cook, and eat the most authentic food known to Icelanders, Slátur. Get messy as you make both blood pudding (blóðmör) and liver sausage (lifrarpylsa). Enjoy a tasting platter, including fermented shark, rye bread, and other tastes unique to the Icelandic palate. Tour the farm and meet the local animals before you sit down to the meal you’ve prepared.
Eat and drink your way through Iceland’s capital city with this tour of Reykjavik’s many traditional bistros, breweries, and wine bars. Forget about deciding where to go or navigating Reykjavik’s cobbled streets, your tour guide will lead the way while keeping your belly and glass full. Stops at museums, historic squares, and artisan shops add a touch of history and culture to the experience.
Discover the food and culture of Reykjavik with this lighthearted walking tour around the city’s eateries and museums. With a local as your guide, you’ll learn about the Icelandic Vikings, visit quirky attractions such as the Icelandic Phallological Museum (aka the Penis Museum), and enjoy a 2-course dinner with an Icelandic beer tasting session. It’s a great way to discover the city’s character, away from the main tourist trail.
We will taste Icelandic traditional food on a beautiful farm where we will visit the animals. The farm is just outside of Reykjavik and we offer to get people downtown Reykjavik and bring them to the location of this experience.
Who does not want to cook and taste heads of Icelandic lamb? Traditional Icelandic food that helped to make the viking strong. Also we will taste many other kind of Icelandic traditional food and visit some animals at farm zoo while we wait for the sheep heads to cook.
Tell stories, listen to stories and have fun in a nice Icelandic farm in a beautiful nature.
This is a perfect tour that will suit everyone while visiting Keflavík. If you love food and want to try some delicious local cuisines then you just found the right tour. We visit 5-6 wonderful restaurants in the charming down town area of Keflavík and see some of the local culture. We love to show people our tasty food in Iceland, so make sure you show up hungry for the tour because we are going to experience some amazing food. We will visit everything from well-know restaurants to some of the small family-fun restaurants. You will experience some of the free roaming Icelandic Lamb, local fish, famous Icelandic hot dog, ice-cream, Icelandic beer & more.
We promise you a true local expert and we are very proud to be ranked #1 of all tours in Keflavík on Trip Advisor. With over 100+ 5 stars reviews. Our priority is to ensure that you get a personal, fun & authentic experience. If you don't enjoy our tour, we will refund your money back!
We offer guided tours where people can see behind the scenes and touch the magic world of chocolate. At our chocolate factory in Reykjavík, you’ll get an introduction to the craft of making chocolate from the cocoa pod all the way to a chocolate bar. You will discover the process behind bean to bar chocolate making. Tasting of all our bars is of course included and you might even be able to take a look and taste what's happening in our Test Lab. The tour ends in our Factory Shop where more tasting will follow and the opportunity to buy Omnom directly from us. When? Mondays - Fridays at 2pm.
Meat soup is a traditional Icelandic dish that is very delicious. We will make it, taste many other sorts of Icelandic food, visit animals and then end with eating the soup.
Telling stories, listening to stories but most of all just having fun.
Get acquainted with Reykjavik on a private tour that shows you the city’s highlights and hidden gems. The perfect way for new arrivals to get to know the city, this tour introduces you to Iceland’s culture and history through exciting stories, myths, and historical details. Plus, your guide provides recommendations for local-favorite restaurants, bars, and shops so you can get off the tourist path.
Explore the local food of Reykjavik on this private walking tour. Get acquainted with the old Reykjavik city center as you travel from restaurant to restaurant trying Icelandic delicacies including fermented shark. Also learn about the history of the country and get recommendations for the rest of your stay in Reykjavik.
Get an exclusive experience of local Reykjavik life by having a private dinner in the downtown Reykjavik home of a local artist. Dine on a pre-selected three-course menu of traditional Icelandic dishes as your host shares insights into their artistic practice, Iceland's art scene, and the local neighborhood. Your meal may include such dishes as smoked trout, slow-cooked lamb, and skyr.
Bryggjan Brugghús was the first microbrewery to open its doors in Reykjavík and has 12 different craft beers on tap. On this tour, enjoy a guided tour of the brewery, learn more about Icelandic beermaking and beer culture, and take part in a guided beer tasting with a choice of 3, 6, or 12 beers. After the tour, stay as long as you like to drink at the bar or enjoy lunch at the bistro restaurant (own expense).
Discover west Iceland’s foods, beers, and farming heritage on this 9-hour tour from Reykjavik. Travel into this region of mountains, pastures, and fjordlands, and visit farms, a microbrewery, and a countryside center to taste various delicacies. Explore a goat farm to try goat’s cheese, sample unusual brews and traditional lagers at a microbrewery, and more. Tastings, a light lunch, and air-conditioned transport with Reykjavik cruise port and central hotel pickup and drop-off included.