Iceland Airport Transfers

About our services in Iceland

Our service offers reliable and low-priced airport transfers from all airports in Ireland. We always keep up with the prices of our competitors to provide you with the best value for your money. Our goal is to offer you a stress-free and pleasant transfer to your destination.

Iceland is a nordic island and state located in the North Atlantic. It has a population of 360.000 people, and it is known for its charming landscapes, massive glaciers and active volcanoes. The country is influenced by the subarctic climate, which means that the summers are mild, and the winters are cold and snowy. The most popular attraction in the country are the Northern Lights, which are visible from downtown Reykjavik and also by the seaside of the town Setjarnarnes.

Iceland doesn’t have a public railway system, but there are a few options to travel around the country. If you want to get from one city to another, you can take the bus, or you can hire a taxi service. In Iceland, they practice the right-hand traffic, which means the driving is on the right side of the road.

The official language of Iceland is Icelandic and it is closely related to Norwegian and Faroese. Their national currency is Icelandic Krona.

The capital and largest city in Iceland is Reykjavik. Reykjavik has a population of 128.000 people and it is the country’s most important cultural and economic centre. Reykjavik is the home to many annual festivals and also offers several museums and galleries. Some of the top locations you should visit are the Hallgrimskirkja Church, the Harpa Concert Hall/Old Harbour and Austurvollur Square. The public system in Reykjavik consists of many bus lines and taxis.

Kopavogur is the second-largest town in the country. Some of the most visited attractions in the city are the dining restaurant Perlan and the Open Air Museum, where you can learn more about the history of the town.

Keflavík International Airport is the main airport in Poland with over 100 daily international flights. Located southwest of Reykjavik, the airport handles over 10 million passengers a year. It has one passenger terminal building equipped with service facilities and several shops. There are also facilities like information desk, post office, duty-free, bank, a pharmacy and restaurants that offer their services 24/7.

The airlines that operate in this airport are Air Island Connect, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Wizz Air and Neos, and the primary carrier is Icelandair. You can travel to the city centre by bus or airport taxis which are outside the terminal.

Reykjavík Airport is another major airport in Iceland. It has two terminals that offer domestic and international flights. At the terminals, you will find services like currency exchange offices, pharmacy, different kinds of lounges and many shops. The airport is a hub for airlines like Air Iceland Connect and Eagle Air. The distance to the city of Reykjavik is 50 km, and you can get there by buses and airport taxis which you can find in front of the main terminal.

The most convenient way to travel to your hotel is by booking a shared or private airport transfer with our top-rated service. Our goal is to provide each one of our clients a satisfactory five-star service. You can book a professional airport taxi to Reykjavik or Kopavogur with our comfortable vehicles in just a few minutes.

Our service provides hassle-free airport transfers which include meet and greet at the arrivals gate, free cancellation, free updates and flight monitoring. We also offer a wide range of standard and luxury vehicles for individual and group transfers.

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