Reykjavik is a shining beacon of culture, art, and entertainment, but navigating all that is a herculean task that can lead a first time visitor – or even Reykjavik frequenter – to missing out on some of the city's best and most exciting features. Thankfully there's the Reykjavik Culture Safari, a multilingual walking event that promises to introduce travelers to all the city's sights – and best of all, it's free!
Do you know where the museums, libraries, theatres, statues and the most interesting places are in Reykjavík? What is free of charge? What's on during the weekends? What's available for children, families and grown-ups?
Multilingual Evening Walking Tour: Reykjavík Culture Safari, Thursday 11 July, 8 p.m.
The cultural life in the center of Reykjavík will be introduced in guided walking tours in English, Polish, Spanish, Thai and Filipino on Thursday 11th of July, at 8 p.m. The walk takes about an hour, after which all five groups meet at the Reykjavík Art Museum in Tryggvagata for a refreshment and an intercultural get-together with Thai dance and afrobeat music played by The Bangoura Band.
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