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- Credit cards (and Mastercard Debit) are widely accepted in Iceland, including smaller towns and villages. In many cases, it is preferred over cash.
- Gas stations often require chip…
- Many local car rental companies are located within a few minutes walk of KEF airport. If you are travelling light, this may be the quickest option.
- Alternatively, it…
- Bónus will be your go-to grocery store as you drive around the Ring Road. Keep track of their opening hours, as they close at 6:00 or 6:30 PM…
Having just gotten back from Iceland, here's my recommendations:
- Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon, and Golden Circle: 2-4 days is good, 3-5 days if you want a slower pace…
Iceland is expensive (on par with London I'd say except in London at least you can go cheap whereas in Iceland there aren't that many options) and no…Show more
I just got back from my 8-day Iceland road trip where I drove around the ring road (route 1 which goes around the entire country) on a campervan…Show more
Get a car or do a tour:
- If all you want to do is the Golden Circle (the area around Reykjavik with lots of attractions, including the…
- You're never guaranteed to see the northern lights in Iceland no matter what you do. It really is the luck of the draw. For 2 reasons:
- I just got back from an 8-day road trip in Iceland
- I didn't convert a single dollar to ISK as I didn't use cash even once on my…