The Back Streets of Ísafjörður
Ísafjörður has towering mountains on either side, providing the perfect shelter for a lively harbour and a perfect setting for its little over 3.000 inhabitants. The town has for centuries been the largest fishing village in the area.
This tour gives you the glimpse of the traditional every day life in Ísafjörður. A local guide will take you for a two-hour walk around town. Along the way you are likely to bump into the local barber who plays the accordion or even interrupt the baker training for the marathon.
After a break for lunch, e.g. fresh fish, we board a boat and head for Vigur Island for a walk through the nature and history of the area. you will then be treated with homemade cakes and coffee but before heading to the mainland be sure to visit Europe´s smallest post office. bring a pen for sending a card back home.
Days of operation:
Daily except Sundays. June 10th - August 23rd.
10 June - 14 June: 44.120 ISK
15 June - 20 August: 46.600 ISK
21 August - 23 August: 44.120 ISK
Children (2-11 years) pay 50% of above prices and infants pay 10% - accompanied by adults.
Flight: Reykjavík - Ísafjörður - Reykjavík, Transfer to and from airport in Ísafjörður, guided walk around Ísafjörður, guided boat tour to Vigur, airport taxes.
Lunch or refreshments.
How to book
We advice you to book this tour in advanced through email@example.com due to limited spaces available.
It is also possible to book the tour upon arrival in our Reykjavík hostels