The tour will be done in English on Friday 10 August and starts at the corner of Austurstræti and Ingólfstorg at 5 p.m.
The same tour will be done in Icelandic on Thursday 9 August and starts at 8 p.m.
The duration of the tour is about one hour.
Learn about the gay culture and the struggle for human rights for Icelandic queers dating back to the 19th century.
Nightlife, politics, literature and music – all connected with the existence of LGBT people in Reykjavík.
Also, a close look on a few renowned gay individuals in the history of Iceland.
The Gay culture in Reykjavik has, until very recently, been hidden to the public eye. The aim of the Gay Historical Walks is to shed some light on that very interesting part of Reykjavik life. There are numerous interesting places and stories to be told in the city centre.
The tour guides are a couple and they are both well-known campaigners for human rights in Iceland. Baldur Thorhallsson is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Iceland and Felix Bergsson is an actor and TV presenter.
The prize per person is 1000 ISK. For further information send an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +354-8960010.