As a vibrant coastal city, the top food tours in Reykjavik often have fresh seafood featuring heavily on the menu. However, because of the harsh winters, the local cuisine can range from rather basic, to the very creative. Although, having said that, we also have some hidden gems available within our tours.
The Icelandic capital of Reykjavík is known for its vibrant atmosphere, natural beauty and stunning landscapes. It’s also home to some amazing fine dining restaurants, giving you a taste of luxury while during a food tour of the island.
Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland, where Icelandic food is popular among foodies looking for some local culture. The city is relatively modern with a great atmosphere, surrounded by snowy peaks and geothermal water pools.
While microbreweries in Europe are by no means a new concept, they have certainly seen a resurgence in recent years. It’s often the chance to support small, independent breweries while sampling some of the best beers in the world.
The definition of the words ‘Food Tourism’ is about looking at various local cuisines related to travel. However, it’s much more than that, with food and drink tours giving the traveller a wider experience.