Are you planning a trip to Iceland? Read our travel guide to make the most of your holiday. Everything you need to know before you go and while you are here.
Before you go
There are not many countries where you can experience rain, sunshine, heavy winds and snow in one day, but you can in Iceland.
The national currency in Iceland is the Icelandic Króna but Icelandic people usually use debit or credit cards to pay for goods and service.
Make sure you have a valid passport and the right visa before visiting Iceland and learn about customs and duty-free concession limits.
Prepare for your trip to Iceland with these practical tips, including currency, shopping, electricity, liquor stores, tipping and more.
While you are here
Iceland is one of the safest countries in the world, by following a basic safety precautions you can enjoy a safe travel all year round.
In Iceland there are no trains to get around so the most popular way to travel the island is by car and drive The Ring Road around the country.
Public transportation in Iceland includes buses and ferries, it is also possible to catch a flight from town to town.
Find out how to stay connected to the internet and phone services during your trip in Iceland.