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Reykjavík Welcome Card

Reykjavík Welcome Card – for tourists who are spending much of their stay in Iceland within Reykjavik, it may be advisable to purchase this card. It provides unlimited bus rides for a given period of time (from 24 to 72 hours). During the lifespan of the card, tourists can also free entry to a great […]

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BUS

BUS – unlike other European countries, there is no rail system anywhere in Iceland, not even the capital city, Reykjavik. Thus, locals rely entirely on bus transportation – both to get around within Reykjavik, as well as to connect to other parts of the country.   Reykjavik’s local bus system is called Straetó (www.straeto.is). A […]

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TAXI

TAXI – fortunately for tourists, taxis in Reykjavik are metered, with the fare posted in each cab. They can be hailed off the street, or reserved via phone. Upon request (and for a negotiated fee), many taxis will provide tours of the capital and outskirts For those wanting to call for a taxi, the following […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Reykjavik: Avis: +354 591 4000 Budget: +354 562 6060 Europcar Iceland: +354 568 6915 Hertz: +354 522 4400 Reykjavik Rent a Car: +354 569 3300 Sixt: +354 540 2220