Republic of Iceland

trains elsewhere - they're the main form of internal travel other than the roads. Be warned though, that the ride can be a bit bumpy if you're entering one of the fjords like Akureyri. Scheduled service to nearby destinations, including Greenland and Faroe Islands, is provided by Air Iceland [15] and Atlantic Airways [16] . By car A car offers the most flexibility for travel around Iceland. Renting a car in Iceland is fairly expensive. Expect to pay no less than $500 USD for a week rental in the summer months. Numerous agencies rent vehicles, and ferries allow individuals to bring their own car with them. Rental prices are high - expect to pay at least ISK4000

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