Getting around

So, you’re coming to Iceland and plan on renting a car. Here are some important tips about driving in Iceland that will help keep you safe and make your experience that much better.
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Learn more about the best time to see Iceland amazing Northern lights so you can get the most out of your time in Iceland.
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The drive from Iceland’s capital Reykjavík to the idyllic former fishing village of Vík takes about 2 hours 20 minutes and takes you through moss-covered lava fields, gleaming glacier edges and impressive waterfalls worth seeing. With all the incredible natural beauty along the way, here are a few tips on where to stop on your drive to Vík!
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Learn more about the weather in Iceland in May, includes information about temperatures, length of day, precipitation & local events. From Icelandair Hotels.
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For those planning a trip to Iceland in April, here’s some information on what you can most likely expect from the weather and temperature as well as how long the days will be.
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So what’s the weather like? That is one of the most difficult questions you can ask an Icelander.
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February, the month of love and affection provide a unique romantic getaway for couples looking to warm up in each others arms under the beautiful northern lights of Iceland. Here is what you can expect out of the weather as you enjoy Iceland and maybe this month’s events.
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Whether you’re here on an extended layover or for a fully-fledged vacation, making a rough outline of priorities will ensure you maximize your time—while leaving room for the spontaneous.
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