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The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour


Photo from The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour
Photo from The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour
Photo from The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour
Photo from The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour
Photo from The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour
Photo from The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour

Tour operator: I heart Reykjavík

2 hours

Travel method: Walking

Adults: 6.000 ISK

Children 50%: 3.000 ISK

Children Free: 0 ISK





The I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour is the only daily walking tour in Reykjavík that guarantees small group sizes to ensure a a more personal experience for all. The tour is like a crash course in everything Reykjavík with a new friend that can’t wait to show you their quirky little city. The aim is for you to leave the tour hearting Reykjavík too and with your head full of ideas about what to do next!

//Unique local insights//

Reykjavík is easy to navigate by foot and you can of course get a map at the tourist information and head out and explore on your own. What you’ll gain from joining the I Heart Reykjavík Walking Tour is a unique insight into the city’s history and local life with a native Icelander that lives and breaths this city every day.

With the “versatile” Icelandic weather it can also be tempting to go on a bus tour around Reykjavík but we feel you miss all the best bits on a bus. Reykjavík’s charm is not about big landmarks or must see tourists spots – it’s about the friendly people, atmospheric bars and cafes and that “je ne sais quoi” you will best experience exploring the city by foot.

//Small group sizes – lots of opportunities for your questions//

Because the groups are small (max 12 people) there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions about anything that pops into mind during the tour. The guide’s local knowledge and our genuine wish that you get the most our of your visit to Reykjavík will ensure we’ll provide you with all the answers you need. Please remember though that we can’t answer your questions if you don’t ask them. So don’t be shy and take advantage of your time with a local.

//The best places to eat, drink and be merry//

Apart from visiting some of Reykjavík’s most interesting areas and landmarks your guide will point out great restaurants, charming cafes and happy hour worthy bars along the way. We don’t necessarily recommend the fanciest places in town (we can tell you where they are if you want to know) but just places we enjoy or that have been recommended to us by friends, family and your fellow travelers.



What is included

Included in the price is guidance, some bad jokes and answers to all your questions about Iceland and Reykjavík. The guide reserves the right to "Google it" if your questions are particularly cumbersome.

Additional information

Difficulty: VERY EASY


What do I need to bring

The weather in Iceland is ever changing but we’ll do our best to work with the conditions the weather gods present to us on each day. Therefore we suggest you layer up (so you can easily put on or take off layers according to weather) and, at least during autumn, winter and spring, bring some mittens and hat with you.
It will also help to wear good walking shoes but hiking gear is definitely not needed. If we were to cancel the tour any time the weather is unfavorable we’d probably never go anywhere so we’ll go, rain or shine, as long as the authorities don’t ask people to stay inside. Then we might just cancel.

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Duration

2 hours

What is included

Included in the price is guidance, some bad jokes and answers to all your questions about Iceland and Reykjavík. The guide reserves the right to "Google it" if your questions are particularly cumbersome.

Difficulty

VERY EASY

What do I need to bring

The weather in Iceland is ever changing but we’ll do our best to work with the conditions the weather gods present to us on each day. Therefore we suggest you layer up (so you can easily put on or take off layers according to weather) and, at least during autumn, winter and spring, bring some mittens and hat with you.
It will also help to wear good walking shoes but hiking gear is definitely not needed. If we were to cancel the tour any time the weather is unfavorable we’d probably never go anywhere so we’ll go, rain or shine, as long as the authorities don’t ask people to stay inside. Then we might just cancel.