Fun E-Scooter Rental in Reykjavik

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Reykjavík Rollers, Skólavörðustígur 6b, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
1 hour
June - Oct.
Minimum age
20 years old


Embark on a hassle-free, self-guided sightseeing tour of Iceland’s capital city and its scenic surroundings with this fantastic e-scooter rental in Reykjavik. Travelers who want to see Reykjavik at their own pace on an electronic scooter will love this private rental service.

Start your adventure by heading to the scooter pick-up point on Skolavordustigur Street in central Reykjavik. Here, you’ll collect your e-scooter and receive instructions on how to drive it. 

The friendly team will provide helmets to keep you safe and city maps to help you navigate. They can also suggest routes and point out the best attractions so you can make the most of your trip.

Hiring an e-scooter provides an excellent way to go sightseeing in Reykjavik. You can see more sights in a shorter time than you would by walking. A private scooter rental also gives you the freedom and flexibility to explore at your own pace. 

As you’re not on a guided tour, you won’t have to wait for the other guests if you want to move on, and you can spend as much time as you like at each destination.

Riding an e-scooter is fun and easy. You don’t need a driver’s license to drive an e-scooter, but you must be at least 20 years old to rent one. You can book your rental for between one and eight hours. 

An electronic scooter allows you to go further afield than you would on foot without relying on public transport or taxis. 

You can ride along the coast and admire the views of the Skerjafjordur fjord. Alternatively, drive up to the Perlan Museum for sweeping panoramas of the city below.

If you book a shorter rental, you can stay in the city center and see the highlights of downtown Reykjavik. Admire the Hallgrimskirkja church and its basalt-inspired architecture. Drive along the coast to see the Sun Voyager statue. 

Head to the beautiful Tjornin Pond to go birdwatching.

Drive down Laugavegur Street to see the shops and cafes. You can stop to buy souvenirs for your friends and family back home or pop into one of the cafes for a hot chocolate. Stop at museums and galleries to admire Icelandic art or learn more about the area’s history. 

Whatever you decide to do, you’ll enjoy a fun ride through the capital city on a sustainable e-scooter.

Hire an e-scooter to see the top sights in Reykjavik at your leisure. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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E-scooter rental in Reykjavik
Helmets and gloves
City maps



What to bring

Warm, waterproof clothing
Sturdy, closed-toed shoes
Fully charged camera
Reusable water bottle

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The age limit to rent an e-scooter is 20. You don't need a driver's license to hire a scooter. You can hire the vehicle for one hour, two hours, or a whole day.

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