Exploring Icelandic vibrant culture, rich heritage, and beauty while catching up on current affairs with a local guide is something that you would not like to miss while in Reykjavik. The Reykjavik city walking tour is the best way to explore the major sightseeing spots and discover hidden secrets with an experienced English speaking guide. Grab the opportunities to unravel the secrets of Reykjavik, making new friends, trying local street foods, and much more while on an awesome Reykjavik walking tour.
What To Expect Reykjavik Walking Tour :
Visit a number of major sightseeing spots in Reykjavik:
Explore the major attractions in the heart of Reykjavik while walking past the streets of the bustling city. The attractions included in Reykjavik walking tour are Hallgrímskirkja Church, the bell tower, sculpture park of Einar Jónsson, Þingholt, City Pond, City Hall, the parliament, Dómkirkjan cathedral, Old Harbour, Harpa Concert Hall, and Sólfar sculpture.
English speaking guide to reducing the language barrier:
Embark on a beautiful journey of Reykjavik with Reykjavik walking tour that includes the expert guidance of a local and English-speaking local guide. The guide, being a local, knows the city very closely and will share his expertise in discovering the city's n the best way possible. Grab the opportunity to enjoy an outstanding tour.
Learn about the history and culture of Iceland
Take a deep look into the history and culture of the city with Reykjavik city walking tour while walking past the streets of this vibrant city. Unravel the hidden secrets, savor some of the delightful local dishes and beverages and learn about the historic values, art, and cultural scene and more with the help of our expert guide.
Small-group tour for a merrier time:
Be part of the Reykjavik city walking tour to enjoy the maximum benefits of a small group and guided tour. Interact with group members to learn more, make new friends, and enjoy a worthy experience of exploring the beautiful sights of the city
Know Before You Go:
Address: 5 Laugavegur, Reykjavík 101, IS
Car: 4 min (850.0 m) drive via Vonarstræti
Bus: Take any of the bus 1/3/6/11 to "Þjóðleikhúsið" and walk for 2 minutes
Timings: 2 hrs 30 min
Youth Age: 12-15
Child Age: 0-14
Children 0-11 can participate free of charge
Though no age limit but children below 5 years can find it difficult to walk for so long. Make sure to carry pushchair kind kids strollers for easy and comfortable travel
Dress in layers of warm clothes and do carry a waterproof set