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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.
Explore Iceland’s beautiful Golden Circle on an unforgettable small-group expedition. Visit famous Thingvellir National Park, iconic Gullfoss waterfall, and the exciting geothermal activity at Geysir in Haukadalur Valley. Get a real treat at a working dairy farm, where you meet the cows and taste fresh ice cream. Make the most of your limited time in Iceland.
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.
The Sólheimajökull glacier and the Skógafoss waterfall are two of the most popular sights along the south Icelandic coastline, but they’re not easy to reach. This convenient 11-hour combination bus and walking tour from Reykjavik makes it possible to tick both off your list in a day, plus take in other Icelandic natural attractions such as the Seljalandsfoss waterfall and the Northern Lights in one trip. Along the way, enjoy a traditional Icelandic dinner in a local restaurant.
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.
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.
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.
Commemorate a special occasion during your trip to Iceland with your own private chef in Reykjavik. The chef is able to come to your home for two hours and cook a buffet-style or sit down dinner for you and your guests. Chefs whip up authentic dishes to showcase the Icelandic cuisine. Those with dietary restrictions can be accommodated during this private dining experience.
With our selection of local food treats you can check off a lot of things on your Icelandic food bucket list, and you sure won’t be disappointed with the quality of the restaurants we handpicked as our partners.The Reykjavik food walk is also good to get oriented in the old Reykjavik city center. All our guides are graduates from the Icelandic Tourist guide school but more importantly, they know how to entertain as well as to educate.The only bad thing on this tour is the fermented shark, but hey, its an adventure and what does not kill you makes you stronger and cooler back home ;).One of the best things about doing a food tour is getting a sense of the history of the country while eating something delicious & exciting. You will also get tips on Food, Fun & Drink for the rest of our stay in Reykjavik so perfect as one of the first stops while in Reykjavik.
Akureyri, Iceland’s second city, is known for its high concentration of quality restaurants and cafés. Let a guide who knows the city well lead you on an eating adventure, introducing you to Icelandic classics, such as harðfiskur (dried fish) and Brennivín (schnapps), as well as more innovative modern creations that you may otherwise miss.