Eat and drink with the locals, on this relaxing and informative evening. Try six different Icelandic beers, dine on the national cuisine, and chat with locals about the history, culture, and current affairs of their great country. This tour should not be missed by foodies or anyone who wants an interesting start to their night out partying in Reykjavík.
You will meet your host and your new drinking buddies at the bar, 'Bryggjan Brugghús', which is located in one of the most picturesque parts of the city, at the Old Harbour. This tour is informal and fun, meaning there is nothing on the host's agenda, so feel free to ask whatever questions about Iceland that you have. They can talk about the history and culture, give honest advice about travelling, and provide tips for a great holiday, or else discuss something completely unrelated if you'd rather.
You will be served six different beers, and each one will be paired with a locally sourced Icelandic meal, tapas style. You will get to try the two most traditional food sources of the nation: fish and lamb.
The fish is freshly caught that day, and the absolute speciality of the country; Icelanders are experts at flavouring it. The lamb, however, flavours itself; the free-roaming sheep of Iceland graze on Icelandic thyme, and in a strange and somewhat morbid twist, season themselves while they're still alive.
If you are vegetarian, vegan or have other dietary requirements, just contact the provider in advance and let them know; your needs will be taken care of.
This is an excellent tour to unwind, relax and get to know Iceland and Icelanders better. The country's cuisine is exquisite, and its beers delicious.
Don't miss out on this cultural experience; raise your glass and say 'Skál!' (Icelandic for 'cheers!') with your friends and some locals. Check availability by choosing a date.