Reykjavik: Icelandic Food Tour
- Duration: 3 hours
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Wonderful experience. Apparently this is the lagoon locals go to as less touristy. There was an ethereal glow from the greenhouse next door which added to atmosphere. Lovely lying in hotwater with snow falling on your face feeling the stones underneath your feet. Guide was great, lots of stories. Food lovely, even the mushroom soup was delicious and I'm not normally a fan. And we were so lucky that when all other tours cancelled their northern light tours, we carried on and were treated to a show. Our guide was determined to find them. Highly recommend
We were told to be at Bus stop 2 at 5.30 we were there at 17.20 no buses came, we rang 3 times to be told bus was on its way. Then told the bus came at 17.417. Not true. A bus was ant to pick us up and he apologised and said he went to no3. We then had to meet up at a petrol station where we were referred to as stragglers.This added a load of stress we didn’t need. The rest of the trip was really good
had an amazing experience with this tour. Thor, our tour guide and food connoisseur was great! explained the background of the food and also discussed the history of Iceland and the city. had amazing food. very filling. definitely recommend this food walking tour! gives you great spots to eat later on your trip too.
The highlight was our tour guide, Thor, who offered colorful and interesting commentary. The food was good overall, especially the char at Messin restaurant. The (in)famous fermented shark also was offered at one stop for some of us to try.
A very delightful experience. Martin was a very friendly guide. The tour was well organized. Got to learn a lot about Reykjavik and Iceland. Would recommend everyone to take this tour on first day of arrival.