How to go to Reykjavik

Reykjavik is the capital city of Iceland and can be reached by various means of transportation. Here are some of the ways to get to Reykjavik:

    By air - Keflavik International Airport is the main airport in Iceland and is located about 40 kilometers southwest of Reykjavik. Many airlines offer direct flights to Keflavik from major cities in Europe and North America.

    By bus - There are several bus companies that offer transportation to Reykjavik from other parts of Iceland. The most popular company is called "Strætó", which provides regular bus services around Reykjavik and to other parts of the country.

    By car - Visitors can rent a car and drive to Reykjavik from other parts of Iceland. The city is accessible via Route 1, which is the main highway that circles the entire country.

    By ferry - There are ferry services that connect Reykjavik to other coastal towns and cities in Iceland. However, these services are less frequent and may not be as convenient as other options.

Once in Reykjavik, visitors can use public transportation, taxis, or walk to get around the city. Additionally, many of Iceland's top attractions are within driving distance of Reykjavik, so it's possible to take day trips from the capital if you prefer not to drive yourself.
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