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Are you going on a Road Trip around Iceland? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see.


Day 1



Take a flight to Keflavik Airport (KEF)


Rent a Car at the Airport


OR if you want to rent the car in Reykjavik here are the other options to travel between the airport and Reykjavik city center:


Taxis cost 14,000ISK [~US$100]


Flybus offers regular service to either the BSI bus terminal, just south of the city center (2,500 ISK [US$20] one-way or 4,500 ISK [US$35] round-trip) or directly to Reykjavik hotels with advance notice to the driver. Buses leave the airport as early as 3:30 AM. Tickets can be bought either at the airport or online.


Gray Line Airport Express offers regular service (45 minutes, 2,400 ISK​ [US$19]​ one-way or 4,400 ISK​ [US$34]​ round trip) directly to Reykjavik hotels with advance notice to the driver. Tickets can be bought either at the airport or online.


Bus nr. 55  is the public city bus that operates between the airport and the city (45 minutes, 1,600 ISK​ [US$12] ​ one-way). Tickets can be bought on the bus. Check the time schedule as this bus line is mostly used by people who work at the airport and convenient for their working time. In the afternoon it goes every hour.


Stay at a Hotel in Reykjavik



Day 2


Do a Walking tour of Reykjavik, out in the cold!


First see:

The Höfði house built in 1909.

The location for the 1986 Reykjavík Summit meeting of presidents Ronald Reagan of the USA and Mikhail Gorbachev of the USSR. That effectively was a step to the end of the Cold War. Within the building the flags of the United States and the Soviet Union are cross-hung to commemorate the meeting.


Walk the coast towards the Viking Ship Sculpture for a photo op


Walk up to the

Hallgrímskirkja Church


Church tower open daily 9am - 8pm.

Admission to the tower: 500 kr., children (6 - 12) 100 kr


Walk through the town westwards to see the


Tjörnin (the Pond)


At the edge of the pond see the

Reykjavik City Hall

(Ráðhúsið), Tjarnargata 11 (on the northern edge of Tjörnin).

On the ground floor, which is open to the public, there is a large relief map of Iceland.


Drive the Car up to the Öskjuhlíð hill

Go to see the a panoramic view of Reykjavik from the Perlan observation deck

Perlan is built on top of five hot water storage tanks.

10am - 9pm.


At night go to the coast to see the Imagine Peace Tower from Viðey Island

Yoko Ono's memorial to John Lennon, projecting a "tower of light" into the air that can be seen from around Reykjavík.

The tower is turned on October 9th-December 8th, December 21st-28th, December 31st and March 21st-28th



Day 3



190 KM – 2 hours and 3 minutes


On the way Visit:

Skógar - a small village home to the Skógafoss waterfall and one of Iceland's most famous museums, Skogar Folk Museum.


Skógafoss is 60 m tall and 25 m wide and comes from the river of Skógá. The falls have been protected since 1987. Access to the falls is open all year round and there is no admission. A trail leads to the top of the falls (via metal stairs to the right of the waterfall) and up the Skógá river valley.


Stay at a Hotel in Vík


At nightfall, if not out of season, you may get the chance to see the Northern Lights.


Day 4



185 km – 2 hours and 3 min




Free parking

Admission 600 ISK.


Geysir >>>>>> Gullfoss

10 minutes


Gullfoss (Golden Falls)

A magnificent 32m high double waterfall on the White River (Hvítá). The flow of the river from the regular rains and the glacial runoff, particularly in summer, makes it the largest volume falls in Europe.

Free parking, gift shop, and cafe.


Gullfoss>>>>>>> Geysir

45 minutes


See the Continental Divide near Lake Þingvallavatn


Lake Þingvallavatn>>>>>>Stykkishólmur

2 hours 41 min


Stay at a Hotel in Stykkishólmur


At nightfall, if not out of season, you may get the chance to see the Northern Lights.


Day 5


am Hours:


Visit Snæfellsjökull National Park, at the end of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.

The park is home to the ice covered volcanic crater that was the setting for Jules Verne's book Journey to the Center of the Earth.


OR do:

An Island tours available from the harbour in Stykkishólmur. These sail around the many small islands of Breiðafjörður and sometimes include fishing for shellfish or other sea creatures.



pm Hours:


(165km) 2 hours and 7 min


Stay at a Hotel in Reykjavik


Day 6


Spend the day at the Blue Lagoon

Entrance: ~€45pp

You receive a bracelet with a chip at the reception which you use to lock your locker and to pay for drinks during the stay. If you want to leave the Blue Lagoon for a bit ask at reception to let you keep your bracelet.



You have to leave your shoes shortly after entering.

 You have to shower before you enter the water.

 If you go to your locker again, you have to be dry immediately after the shower area.



-Swim in the lagoon.

-Put the Silica Mud all over your body, but only use the one in the containers - it is clean and more hygienic.

-Relax and float in the mineral waters.

-Get up close to the wooden boxes as these are the vents where the hot water arrive, thus are the warmest parts of the pool.

 -Tuck yourself away in one of the caves, slip under the waterfall or enjoy the busy Steam baths.



Day 7


Return the Car at the Airport



Fly out from Keflavik Airport (KEF)




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