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How to Get Around

Car Rentals

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.

Before driving it is important to check both weather and road conditions. Websites for road condition is and for the weather  

Public Transportation

Reykjanesbær city bus runs from 7-18 all working days and from 10-17 on saturdays, the service is closed on sundays.

For more information about the city bus service click here

Straeto Bus Reykjanes

Reykjanesbær also has buses that go to other areas that can be seen below, for more details click here

Route 55: Kef Airport > Reykjanesbær > Keilir (Asbru) > Fjordur (Hafnafjordur) > Reykjavík/University of Iceland
Route 87: Vogar > Vogaafleggjari 
Route 88: Grindavík > Grindavíkurafleggjari > Reykjanesbær
Route 89: Reykjanesbær > Gardur > Sandgerdi



Domestic flights

The closest domestic airport to Reykjanes peninsula is Reykjavík Domestic Airport. It is only 40 min drive from Keflavík International Airport, which is located in the heart of the peninsula to the domestic airport. 

Two airlines offer domestic flights from Reykjavík, Air Iceland Connect and Eagle Air Iceland. Flights can be booked through their websites or via telephone.

Sightseeing flights can also be arranged from Reykjavík Domestic Airport. Take a look at the options you have on Sightseeing and Helicopter tours.


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.

Bicycle Rentals

Short and long term bicycle rentals and guided bicycle tours. 


To Iceland by air

Flights to Iceland can be booked with any of the Icelandic international airlines and with several foreign airlines that fly to Iceland.