How much is a bus from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik?

How much is a bus from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavík?

Bus Keflavik Airport Reykjavík

One-way Return
Adults €22.00 €44.00
Child 12-17 years) €11.00 €22.00
Infant 0-11 years) Free. Free.

How do I get from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavík?

Arrival Transport from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik: Flybus operates in connection with all arriving flights at Keflavik Airport with direct transportation to Reykjavik City Center. Flybus will be waiting for you outside the terminal building. If your flight is delayed, Flybus will wait for you.

How much is taxi from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavík?

A taxi from Keflavik airport to Reykjavik can be quite expensive. The price is calculated by a taximeter and can be upwards of 21.500 krónur (154 euros/171 US dollars). The majority of visitors to Iceland opt for taking an airport bus because it is more affordable and always available.

Why are there no trains in Iceland?

Iceland does not have a public railway system. The main reasons for the lack of railways are the small population, competition with automobile traffic, and the harsh environment. A proposal for a railway in Iceland was first made in the early 1900s, involving a line between Reykjavík and Selfoss, but it didn’t proceed.

What is the tipping policy in Iceland?

Tipping isn’t mandatory or customary in Iceland, but it is always appreciated. The standard rate of tax on Icelandic products is 24%, with some products and services, including books, food and accommodation, taxed at a reduced rate of 11%.

How many days in Iceland is enough?

Iceland in 8-12 days. 8-12 days is an ideal amount of time to spend in Iceland as it means you can explore different regions. You could drive around the Ring Road in a full circle to reach the diverse corners of Iceland, from the South Coast to eastern fjords, around North Iceland and over to the Snæfellsnes peninsula.

How do I get to Keflavik Airport?

Gray Line Iceland’s airport bus transfer is your best bet for getting to and from Keflavik Airport. Both car rentals and taxis are more expensive. Gray Line Iceland offers reasonably priced shuttle bus transfers between the airport and Reykjavik City Central. Private transfers are also available to locations within and outside of Reykjavik.

How to get from Reykjavik Airport to the city centre?

Public bus: Bus route nr. 55 at Strætó in Iceland takes you to and from the airport all the way to central Reykjavík (BSÍ – Bus terminal) nine times a day. See more details. Taxi: If you prefer more comfortable ride, consider taking a taxi instead of using public transport. Taxis are situated outside the terminal.

How to get to Reykjavik Airport by SMART bus?

SmartBus transfers you to Reykjavik main bus stop where you will find your bus waiting for you, ready to take you to your flight. To sum up, look for a bright green Smart Bus if you booked hotel connection.

How long does the Flybus take from Reykjavik Airport to Hafnarfjörður?

To make sure you don’t miss your bus, keep an eye on the screen in the terminal or ask for information at the Flybus information desk at the arrival hall. The journey takes 45 minutes and, upon request, the bus will stop at Hotel Viking in Hafnarfjörður and at Aktu Taktu in Garðabær.