To reverse a list in Python, you can use the built-in methods list.reverse() and list.reversed(). The list.reverse() method reverses the elements of the list. This method modifies the original list rather than creating a new one. The list.reversed() method returns a reverse iterator of the specified sequence without changing the original list. If you only want to iterate over the list elements in reverse order, it is preferable to use the list.reversed() function, as it is faster than rearranging the elements in place. You can also use slicing to flip and create a new list without changing the original. In this Python example, we use the list.reverse() method to iterate over the list elements in reverse order. Click Execute to run Python Reverse List Example online and see the result.