Life is slowly getting a little more back to normal, or as we knew it before Covid-19 entered the scene. Want to know what the rules are in Iceland now if you want to go out for a drink or check out the nightlife? Want to know where to go? Well, look no further!
Restaurants where alcoholic beverages are served may stay open until midnight all days of the week with a maximum of 200 guests in each area and must maintain the 1 meter distance rule. All guests must have left the location at 1 am. Nightclubs and bars may be open until midnight all days of the week with a maximum of 200 guests in each area. All guests must have left the location at 1 am. Face masks must be worn wherever the 1 meter social distancing rule cannot be observed between people who are unrelated.
So, now you know how long you can stay out downtown Reykjavik at night, but where would you like to go for a drink and perhaps even something to eat? You should check out our variety of Beer crawling and City Walks.
On The Reykjavik Beer Tour you get to visit four of the most interesting beer venues in Reykjavik and taste over 10 amazing Icelandic beers. This tour is perfect for beer lovers of all kinds and travellers that want to explore Reykjavik with a local, get to know the beer culture and make new friends along the way.
Make sure you show up hungry for The Reykjavik Food Walk! For approx. 4 hours you will stroll around the city and visit 6 unique restaurants with a fun and knowledgeable local guide by your side. You will have the chance to try the delicious free roaming Icelandic lamb, home made Icelandic ice cream from a secret family recipe, the rooted tradition Skyr, an amazing seafood cuisine and much more, depending on each day and season.
The Reykjavik Bar Crawl is a 3-4 hours tour where you will go from one bar to another with a friendly local nightlife guide by your side and experience the absolute best of what Reykjavik’s nightlife has to offer. You will get to try unique cocktails, premium Icelandic beer, the infamous Black death and so much more!
The Reykjavik Food Lovers Tour – Traditional Icelandic Food, is an exciting one! It gives you a chance to try the real deal traditional Icelandic cuisine; with smoked puffin, Lamb soup, Fermented shark, The famous Icelandic Hot Dog (Bill Clinton has even tried one!), Minke whale steak and a delicious Skyr desert, on the menu.
Another exciting tour is the Reykjavik Folklore Walking Tour. Our guide will tell you many interesting sagas involving Icelandic Elves, Trolls, Ghosts, the only known serial killer of Iceland and more (yes, there is more!).J.R.R. Tolkien was heavily influenced by Norse mythology and the Icelandic Sagas when he wrote The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. You will also hear about some of the fun similarities between our worlds.