7 things you should know before renting a car in Iceland

June 9, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

Are you thinking of renting a car for your upcoming Iceland trip? It’s a great way of making sure you have the freedom to go as you please and tailor make a bespoke itinerary that’s exactly right for you. Before you hit the “Book now” button, here are the seven things you should know before […]

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Top 10 movie locations to visit on your Iceland self-drive

June 9, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

It’s hardly surprising that movie location scouts love Iceland so much. After all, the scenery is extraordinary. If you’re keen to see some big screen moments with your own eyes, then head to these top 10 movie locations to visit on your Iceland self drive. 1. Húsavík Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga […]

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The top 10 places to visit on your Iceland self-drive tour

June 8, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

Whittling down where to visit on a self-drive tour of Iceland is no easy task. There’s just so much to choose from. Fortunately, help is at hand with our picks for the top ten places to visit on your Iceland self-drive tour. Reykjavik and places within a short drive of the capital 1. Reykjavik You […]

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The top 7 waterfalls in Iceland and how to visit them by car

June 8, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

Iceland has some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world and no self-respecting road-tripper should pass up the chance to see a few of them. The good news is that many of the country’s best are easily accessible by road. Here are our picks for the top seven waterfalls in Iceland and how to […]

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5 of the best places to see the Northern Lights on your Iceland self-drive

June 7, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

If you plan to be in Iceland from September to April, then you may be lucky enough to spot the Northern Lights during your stay. The Aurora Borealis is a natural phenomenon that requires significant solar activity and clear skies, but if you hit the jackpot it’s a breathtaking sight that will stay in your […]

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10 important tips for driving in Iceland

June 7, 2022 Blog Places To Go Safety Tips

Road trippers, it pays to be prepared. If you’re intending to tour Iceland soon and you plan to rent your own set of wheels, you need to make sure you’re on top of the basics. We can help with that: here’s what we think are the ten most important tips for driving in Iceland to […]

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Do I need a 4×4 car in Iceland?

June 2, 2022 Blog Places To Go Safety Tips

The question of whether it’s necessary to rent a 4×4 car in Iceland is one that comes up option. That’s understandable, given Iceland’s northerly location and dramatic geography, but it’s actually not as straightforward to answer as you might first think. So what is the answer? How do you know if you can do without […]

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Top 8 free hot springs in Iceland and where to see them

June 2, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

Iceland’s well known for its geothermal baths and hot springs. You’ll probably be familiar with its luxurious spas – such as the Blue Lagoon, Sky Lagoon, GeoSea and Mývatn Nature Baths. But these don’t come cheap, and in any case, sometimes if you’re keen to go for a dip, you’ll be in the mood for […]

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How to get a cheaper car rental in Iceland

May 31, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

Imagine this: you’ve dreamed of coming to Iceland and driving through its incredible landscapes. But now your adventure of a lifetime risks being derailed as car hire is so expensive. Don’t worry, with these tips about how to get cheaper car rental in Iceland, you can rescue that dream and turn it into a reality. […]

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When is the best time to drive the Icelandic Ring road?

May 31, 2022 Blog Places To Go Things To Do

For many visitors to Iceland, driving the country’s famous ring road is a bucket list item. Route 1, as it’s officially known, loops the island and along the way passes some of Iceland’s most striking sights. To do it justice, you’ll need at least ten days; many tourists spend a couple of weeks. Regardless, it […]

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