The Icelandic language can have you feeling a bit lost. The declensions and grammar alone are enough to make an English-language person's head spin. We have some tours that will introduce you to the richness of the Icelandic tongue.
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We are a small group of proud local food lovers who are passionate about sharing Iceland’s...
The Cheers to Reykjavík Tour combines local craft beer and food tasting with Icelandic cul...
This tour is a delightful 3 hours of Icelandic language, culture, history, food and fun! P...
A chocolate factory in the middle of Reykjavik and a tour that takes you from cocoa pod al...
A tour of the Bryggjan microbrewery in the upcoming Grandi area of Reykjavik.
Our Reykjavik Beer tour is perfect for beer lovers and fun travellers that want to explore...
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Don’t like the weather in Iceland? Just wait five minutes... Icelandic weather can get quite bad, here's what you can do when that happens.
With this guide to the Icelandic New Year, you can experience the Icelandic New Year’s Eve like a pro. Take note, most of these pointers have to do with explosives.
Ever heard of the rotten icelandic shark? Well that’s like baby food when compared to the rotten stingray (ska...
Bjargarsteinn House of Food, is situated on the sea side, opposite the magnificent mount Kirkjufell in Grundarfjörður. Somebody whispered to us that we had to go and visit this hidden gem