How much is taxi from Keflavik airport to Reykjavik?
The fare is charged according to the taximeter. According to their rate per kilometre, a regular five-seater car will cost around 15.000 krónur (97 euros/126 US dollars). An eight-seater will cost around 19.000 krónur (123 euros/159 US dollars).
How do I get from Reykjavik to Keflavik airport?
The transfer from Gray Line Bus Terminal in Reykjavik to Keflavik airport takes about 45 minutes and passengers are delivered right at the door of Keflavik airport. Please note that Keflavik International airport is not the same place as Reykjavik domestic airport in Reykjavik.
Is there a bus from Keflavik airport to Blue Lagoon?
Our buses are located right in front of the airport. The duration of your airport transfer from Keflavík International Airport to Blue Lagoon will take 20 minutes and after your visit to the spa your transfer to Reykjavik Terminal will take 40 minutes.
How long does it take to go through customs in Iceland?
1. Re: How long to get through customs at KEF? 40-60 minutes through the terminal.
Is tipping customary in Iceland?
Tipping isn’t mandatory or customary in Iceland, but it is always appreciated. Hotels, restaurants and cafes already include a service fee and consumption taxes (VAT) on your bill, so tipping extra is often not necessary.
Are taxis expensive in Reykjavík?
Taxi prices in Iceland are quite high. With flag fall starting at around EUR 5.10, a short drive from the Central Bus Station to downtown Reykjavík will cost around EUR 15.50. Icelandic taxis are identified by the internationally recognized yellow roof sign, and they all use official mileage meters.
How much is a taxi from Keflavik to Blue Lagoon?
The quickest way to get from Keflavík to Blue Lagoon is to taxi which costs $65 – $80 and takes 20 min.
Can you drink the tap water in Reykjavik?
Yes, the water is perfectly safe to drink in Iceland! Unless marked otherwise, tap water is considered safe, and because of where it comes from, you know you’re getting it in its purest form. Nearly all of Iceland’s tap water is sourced from groundwater – stored deep in wells under the earth’s surface.
How much is a taxi from Blue Lagoon to airport?
Taxi fare from Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik to Keflavik Airport in Reykjavik, costs around 14606 kr.
Can I bring packaged food to Iceland?
The long answer is: Yes – but only in very limited quantities. Travelers are allowed to bring small quantities of processed food not intended for resale. The quantity cannot exceed 3 kg (6.6 lbs) and the total value of the food cannot exceed 10,000 ISK (90 USD/78 EUR/69 GBP).
Where is the Gray Line Bus Terminal in Iceland?
● Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik and Reykjavik to Keflavik Airport shuttles take our guests between the airport and our central hub, Gray Line Iceland Bus Terminal, at Klettagarðar.
Which is the best airport transfer from Iceland?
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 the Gray Line Iceland Bus Terminal at Klettagarðar.
When to take the bus to the airport in Iceland?
The rule of thumb is to arrive 2-hours before your flight, and the drive to Keflavik airport takes an average of 45 minutes, so we recommend that you take your airport bus transfer 3 hours before your flight. What are my airport bus transfer options in Iceland? It’s easy to book your bus transfer to and from the airport with Gray Line Iceland.
Which is the best line to travel in Iceland?
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