Getting to Reykjavik
Travel from Europe to Iceland is easy with Iceland’s international airport at Keflavik only about three hours away from London, Paris, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. Iceland’s national carrier, Icelandair, operates regular flights from many European cities and a low-budget airline, Scandinavian Airlines operates flights from Oslo to Iceland. Delta Airlines will start this summer to offer services from New York to Keflavik. We recommend using flight search engines like www.dohop.com to hunt for good prices or to arrange flight connections to Iceland.
Most of the social event locations and all recommended hotels are in the city centre.
Although it is easy to walk almost everywhere within the city of Reykjavik, visitors can also use the public transport: http://www.straeto.is/english.
When arriving in Iceland you can find fly buses available at the airport in connection to all flights that take you to Reykjavík or even to your hotel. Price: 1950 -2500 ISK approx 13 - 16 € one way and from 3000-4500 ISK approximately 19 - 28 € both ways. Tickets can bought at Keflavík airport - arrivals after baggage claim, or in advance through the internet. Taxis are also available in front of the airport terminal price around 14.000 ISK - approximately € 90.
To book ticket for airport transfer by bus in advance: