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reykjavik city walking tour

PRICE: 6.000 Isk  per person

DURATION: 2 - 3 hours

PARTICIPANTS: Min. 1 - Max. 10 people

MEETING POINT: Arnarholl Hill

DEPARTURES: From 1st April to 30th Sept., daily at 10:00am and 02:00pm

From 1st Oct. to 31st March, weather allowing, daily, flexible schedules

INCLUDED: Icelandic schnapps & dried fish, local sweets.


We start our city tour at Arnarholl hill, next to the statue of Ingolfur Arnarson, the Norseman considered to be the first settler of Reykjavik.

After a brief introduction to Iceland’s early history and few interesting facts on Arnarholl hill itself, we move to another historical spot, Lydveldingsgardurinn (The Republic Park), before heading to the old city centre.

We stop by the Parliament, visit the Pond, the city Hall and enjoy a peaceful walk through the narrow streets enclosed between the traditional, colourful dwellings of the olden days…a little oasis, almost hidden behind Reykjavik’s main roads with their prominent stone buildings and large timber-framed houses.

It’s definitely worth drawing our attention to some of the area’s most relevant architectures and their curiosities, before continuing the walk toward the famous Hallgrimskirkja church.

We’ll make our way up to the well-known city landmark walking by a picturesque neighbourhood where street arts, beautiful backyards, charming homes, modern and old-fashion, piece together a textbook example of local cityscape.

We’ll also visit the interesting sculpture park behind Einar Jonsson’s museum, located just next to Hallgrimskirkja church.

We continue down, bordering the lively Skolavordustigur, one of Reykjavik’s main shopping streets and

zing-zagging through curious back-alleys we get to our last stop: the “Sun voyager”, a remarkable artwork just by the sea.

Here, even though we are only few minutes away from the busy city centre, the stunning views over Reykjavik’s fjord and its islands, backdropped by Mt. Esja create an amazing scenery of beautiful

Icelandic nature.

We return to Arnarholl hill following the coastal path in the direction of Harpa Concert Hall.

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