GV Recommends: The Reykjavik CatWalk

Follow in the Paw Prints of cats since the settlement of Iceland and visit to the one and only Reykjavik Cat Coffeehouse

  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Difficulty: Very easy
  • Ticket: E-voucher
  • Location: Meet on location
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The Reykjavik CatWalk

Join Your Friend in Reykjavik for a Cattastic Walking tour of downtown Reykjavik.

This 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.
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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 2 hour City Walk in Reykjavik for Cat Lovers

10% of the profit from this tour will go towards The Cat Protection Society and its Cat shelter and hotel, called Kattholt (Cathill)

Itinerary

Ingólfstorg by the two pillars is our meeting point

Our first stop is at Gyllti Kötturinn

There we try to spot Baktus the Cat, probably the second most famous Cat of Iceland (After the Christmas Cat of course)

We walk to a bookstore to look for the Christmas Cat

Legend tells us that the Christmas Cat can sometimes be found in this excellent downtown book store

The Christmas Cat is in downtown Reykjavik in December

We visit a hidden garden and learn about Cat's in Icelandic Folklore

An Icelandic Viking Cat

We check out the Reykjavik Pond

We visit  the beautiful Reykjavik Pond 

The backstreets of Reykjavik, checking out cats

We continue our stories about Cats, through history.

The Reykjavik Cat Coffee House

There we sip on some hot drinks and taste Icelandic pastry while petting some cats

A cat at the Reykjavik Cat Coffee house

We have to check out some Reykjavik Cat related goods

We visit a store that offers beautiful Cat Related designs

We pass by Hallgrímskirkja Church

We talk about Cats in Norse Mythology and more

A Cat by Hallgrímskirkja Church
A Cat with a Wool Sweater

Our Final stop is at the Sculpture Garden of Einar Jonsson

There are some cat related sculptures in the Garden and if we are furr-tunate enough we will see some downtown cats there.

A Cat with a Wool Sweater

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.

What do I need to bring

    Just dress according to the weather, but please wear layers ;)

Important information

Please be at our meeting point at Ingolfur Square 5 minutes before the starting time of our walking tour together  



kr 5,700 2 Hours , Very easy

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