Private Reykjavik Folklore & CatWalk

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  • Duration3 Hours
  • Group Size8 Person Max
  • Meeting LocationIngólfstorg by the two pillars

Join Your Friend in Reykjavik for a Combo of our Folklore and CatWalk tours of downtown Reykjavik.

This is a Private combo of the Reykjavik Folklore Walking Tour and Reykjavik CatWalk.

We start with the Folklore Walking route off the beaten path and through two old graveyards of Reykjavik and then we go for the CatWalk experience, which is a City Walking Tour with a firm focus on our feline companions.

We will follow in the Paw Prints of cats since the settlement of Iceland.

Together we will explore the myths about Cats in Iceland and the world? We will even explore tails from Cat’s Hiss-story throughout the world.

Included in our tour is even a visit to the one and only Reykjavik Cat Coffeehouse to pet some cats while we sip on Coffee or Hot Cocoa and taste Icelandic pastry.

If we are fur-tunate enough and the Cat gods allow, there is the Paw-sibility that we catch a glimpse of the most famous Cats of downtown Reykjavik, Baktus, Jonsi, and Ofelia to name a few.

We will start up by the pillars at Ingólfur Square and our final destination is the Statue Garden of Einar Jonsson by Hallgrimskirkja Church.

This is a Purrfect 3 hour City Walk in Reykjavik for Folklore & Cat Lovers

What's Included

  • Expert guidance, fun, and some purr-fect cat cuddling.
  • Also included is a Coffee or Hot Cocoa and an Icelandic pastry at the Reykjavik Cat Coffee House.

Highlights

  • Visiting graveyards and hearing Folklore
  • We visit a hidden garden and learn about Cat's in Icelandic Folklore
  • We check out the Reykjavik Pond
  • The backstreets of Reykjavik, checking out cats
  • The Reykjavik Cat Coffee House
  • We have to check out some Reykjavik Cat related goods
  • We pass by Hallgrímskirkja Church
  • Our Final stop is at the Sculpture Garden of Einar Jonsson

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