Small-Group 2.5-Hour E-Scooter Tour of Reykjavik with Food Stops

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Reykjavík Rollers, Skólavörðustígur, Reykjavík, Iceland
2,5 hours
June - Oct.
Minimum age
18 years old


Discover the highlights of Reykjavik on an electric scooter and taste local Icelandic delicacies on this fantastic food tour. Visitors to Iceland's capital who want to see more of the city and try some delicious food will love this small group sightseeing tour.

Your adventure begins on Skolavordustigur Street, a lively street filled with shops, cafes, and restaurants. Here, you will meet your expert local guide and the other guests taking the tour. The guide will give you a thorough safety briefing and instructions on riding the scooters. 

You'll also receive a helmet and gloves for safety. The e-scooters are ride-on vehicles that let you easily travel around the city and see more sights than you would on a walking tour.

First, you'll ride to the Hallgrimskirkja church. This iconic sight is one of the tallest buildings in Iceland, standing about 244 feet (75 meters) high. It was designed by architect Gudjon Samuelsson, who drew inspiration from Iceland's basalt lava columns.

Next, continue to the Sun Voyager sculpture. This large, gleaming steel sculpture resembles a Viking ship and sits by the sea. Your guide will lead you along the Sculpture and Shore Walk to see other statues in the area. 

From here, you'll head to the Thvottalaugarnar washing pools to learn about the traditional Icelandic washing method using geothermal water.

Drive to a quiet spot in the Oskjuhlid Hill forest for some food. The guide will cook a traditional Icelandic lamb soup over an open fire. 

As you eat, they'll tell stories about the Viking settlers to give you a better idea of Iceland's history. For dessert, enjoy delicious Icelandic skyr.

After lunch, head to the Nautholsvik geothermal beach. This beach has a heated pool where locals swim and relax. The next stop is the Skerjafjordur fjord, from where you can glimpse Bessastadir, the official residence of Iceland's president. 

Next, ride back into the city center to the Hljomskalagardur Park and see the Tjornin pond. This pond is home to various bird species, making it an excellent spot for birdwatching. The park itself is a peaceful green space in the city.

You'll also see the Parliament House, an important building in Iceland's government. Then, the group will drive by the Old Harbor, where you'll see the Harpa Concert Hall.

This modern building features a stunning glass facade inspired by Iceland's basalt landscapes. It hosts concerts, conferences, and other events.

The tour ends at Arnarholl Hill, where you'll enjoy beautiful harbor views and see a statue of Iceland's founder, Ingolfur Arnarson. You can now continue your adventures in Iceland or head home.

On this sightseeing e-scooter tour, you'll get to know Reykjavik with an expert local guide and enjoy traditional Icelandic food. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Expert, English-speaking guide
Helmet and gloves
Traditional lamb soup and skyr


Cultural Activity
Food & Drinks

What to bring

Warm, waterproof clothing
Sturdy outdoor shoes
Fully charged camera
Bottle of water

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