When planning a trip to Iceland there are a few things you ask yourself and you need to know. Below are recommendations and answers to your questions.

1. Winter driving in Iceland

If you´re renting a car for your travel there are a few things you have to consider.

  • Roads in Iceland can be icy and slippery, drive with maximum caution.
  • There are many single lane bridges on the national highways, the nr. 1 (the ringroad) included.
  • If you´re not experienced in driving on icy roads, drive with extra caution. 4WD vehicles are imperative.
  • Winter driving in Iceland.

2. What kind of clothes should I bring? – Winter

  • Warm clothes: Windproof shell, sweater (wool, flees), and layers of synthetic fabric or wool. No cotton!
  • Warm hat (covers ears), warmgloves, e.g. ski gloves
  • Hiking shoes, stiff sole and tight to ancle.
  • Rain gear since it can rain all year round in Iceland.

3. Do I need visa for travelling to Iceland?

4. What about the currency?

  • Do I need to buy Icelandic Króna (Crown)? No, you can buy Króna on the airport. More importantly, you can use your debit and credit cards everywhere, even for paying for using a rest room.