Port of Reykjavik

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Reykjavik
(Reykjavik, Gullbringusysla, Iceland)

Public transport in Reykjavik includes taxis and buses. There is no train network available.

Transport around the island is facilitated by an efficient coastal highway if you plan on driving.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Reykjavik Bus Service (SVR), provides public buses via Borgartun 35. The two main bus stations in Reykjavik are found at Hlemmur and Laekjartorg. Buses run every 20-30 minutes during the daytime. The main coach station is situated at Vatnsmyrarvegur 10, near Reykjavik City Airport. It is operated by BSÍ Travel, which offers services to most parts of the country.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Roads in the city are good, but outside the city they may not always be gravelled. An 1,352-km / 840-mile ring road, Highway One, circuits the entire island so the two main routes to the city are along this road to the east and to the west.

A good way to explore the city is by hire car. There are well-known hire companies located in Reykjavik town. It is advisable, however, to book online prior to arrival as this is where the best rates can be found.

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Car Parking

There is a car park near Reykjavik Port that provides long- and short-term parking.

Travel by Taxis

Outside the terminal, ferry passengers can find numerous taxis to take them into the town.

Reykjavik Port

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