One of the best ways to get around Iceland and take in all of the sites is by driving. Hiring a car is one of the easiest ways to do this and enables you to fit much more into your trip than if you had to plan your time around tour operators or local buses. But it can be quite daunting driving in a foreign country and especially in somewhere like Iceland. Most of the main roads, including the main ring road that runs around the whole of the country, are easy to drive and well maintained. But there are plenty of other F Roads around Iceland that can be more difficult to navigate and offroad driving is illegal in Iceland. That’s why we have put together a whole host of content focused on driving in Iceland to help you safely navigate your way around the country.
- Driving Laws In Iceland
- Be Free, Stay Safe: Why You Should Rent a Car In Iceland
- Car Rental Comparison in Iceland
- Our Guide to Driving in the Snow
- How to get from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik
- Guide to Taxis in Iceland
- The Best Guide to Driving in Iceland
- How to Drive the Golden Circle
- Driving in Sandstorms in Iceland
- Our Guide to Selecting a Car to Drive in Iceland
- Driving In Iceland In The Summer - Navigating The Crowds
- Six Essential Iceland Car Rental Tips
- Parking in Reykjavík - Where Can I Park and Is It Free?
- Driving in Iceland, tips and information