Day Tours

Guided Reykjavík walking tour with food tasting, drinks and museum visits

This tour offers you a unique experience with a guided Reykjavík walking tour that includes food tasting, drinks, and museum visits. 

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  • Available all year
  • Duration 4 hours
  • Location Reykjavík City
  • Difficulty

What you'll experience.

An entertaining guided Reykjavík walking tour with food tasting, drinks and museum visit

This guided Reykjavík walking tour includes some food tasting, drinks, and museum visits. This tour is a unique and new experience available in Iceland. People say that the best way to experience Reykjavík is by taking a guided walk around with a happy Icelander. The tour is guided local food lovers who want to give people the option of exploring Reykjavík in a fun and exciting way while discovering Icelandic food and drink.
You will be visiting places loved by locals. Everything from the magnificent Hallgrímskirkja church to a hipster-type bakery where you´ll get to know and taste the one and only “snúður”. A type of glazed cinnamon bun available in every bakery in Iceland, but made absolutely masterfully at this local bakery.

The short version of your itinerary for the day is that you will start with meeting your guide at Perlan museum. You don’t have to bring anything specific except for appropriate clothing depending on the weather. Of course we recommend good walking shoes. Your guide will take care of everything and provide vouchers for entrance fees and other things needed for the walking tour.

Your guide will walk with you between the stops and tell you about the things you see on the way. He will tell you everything you need to know about each location as well as the food and the drinks you´ll be having.

At the last location, you might be in for a fun little surprise from the guide!

Tour operator

This tour is operated by our friends at Reykjavík Outventures. The company was formed by locals that wanted to offer tours with unique and personal experiences.

14.000 ISK
Per person

14.000 ISK