Fiercely unique, Reykjavik is beautiful, modern, historic, hip and cultural in one breath. This small city packs a lot in, including a world famous nightlife as well as easy access to Iceland's stunning mountains and geysers.
Flights to Reykjavik arrive at Keflavík International Airport, located 50 km to the west of the city. From Keflavik, passengers can board the Gray Line Airport Express Shuttle which takes around 45 minutes to the city centre bus terminal and will also drop passengers off at their hotel. Alternatively passengers can board the Flybus Airport Shuttle or the public #55 bus to Reykjavik bus terminal. Domestic flights from the rest of Iceland and from the Faroe Islands or Greenland arrive at Reykjavik Domestic Airport which is located in the city centre.
Iceland is a small country with a relatively low population and as a result, there are no public railways in the whole of Iceland. Those looking to travel to Reykjavik on land from elsewhere in Iceland, will need to use local bus services, ferry services or a rental car.
Local bus services for travel to Reykjavik are operated by Strætó. Buses operate in and around the city itself and also arrive from all large towns on the island. Buses arrive at Reykjavik bus terminal which is located in central Reykjavik, close to the domestic airport.