There are plenty of transport options to choose from.
Whether you plan to drive, take a bus, walk, cycle or even fly around the country, there is plenty from which to choose.
The Keflavik International airport is on the Reykjanes Peninsula and therefor a good opportunity for our visitors to start their adventure in Iceland right away, whether it is by renting a car or take part in scheduled tours around the peninsula.
KEF International is 40 min drive from the city center of Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland.
The Blue Lagoon is only 20 min. drive from KEF international and located in the center of the Reykjanes peninsula.
Take a look at what we can offer you on your arrival in Iceland.
Buses operate all over the country.
Some routes are driven year round but some roads are only open during the summer. Detailed maps of different routes are available at the tourist information centers as well as in certain other public areas.
There are plenty of car rentals throughout the country.
Some are part of an international chain and others are privately owned. Prices and quality may vary so it’s important to examine carefully all the possibilities.
Iceland has a few airlines, international and domestic flights.
The flights can be booked through their websites or via telephone.
Buses has scheduled routes on the Reykjanes peninsula, to/from the Keflavik International airport and to/from Reyjkjavik.
The same bus company also go around every day in the greater city area from early in the morning until late in the evening. For frequent users, special bus cards are a good alternative but those who use the bus less frequently may want to purchase some bus tickets at a slight discount.
On the public transport website one can find the timetables for the buses for the Reykjanes peninsula.
Route 55: FLE > Reykjanesbær > Keilir (Asbru) > Fjordur (Hafnafjordur) > Reykjavík/University of Iceland
Route 87: Vogaafleggjari > Vogar
Route 88: Grindavík > Grindavíkurafleggjari > (Reykjanesbær)
Route 89: Reykjanesbær > Gardur > Sandgerdi
Reykjanesbær - city bus
Most of the more populated areas of Iceland have taxis.
They all have meters, and charge a starting fee in addition to charging by the minute.