Getting around Iceland Car rental, taxi, public bus and even ferry: find out which means of transport best suits your budget and plan your trip around Iceland. Car rental in Iceland Which car should you rent in Iceland? What documents will you need? Learn everything you need to know to hire a car and drive safely in Iceland. Read more Ring Road Plan your route around Iceland's Ring Road, or Route 1, the highway which circles the island and passes through its main places of interest. Read more Buses Iceland's bus network connects some of the main tourist attractions throughout the country and is especially useful in summer when the route is extended. Read more Taxis How much does a taxi from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik cost? Find out how much it costs to travel by taxi in Iceland. Read more Ferry Although not the most well-known transport option, ferries are a comfortable and fast way to get around Iceland. Read more Tourist Bus Discover the prices, timetables and route of the Reykjavik Tourist Bus, the most convenient way to see the sights of the Icelandic capital. Read more You may also be interested in Keflavik Airport Learn all about Keflavik Airport (KEF), Iceland's main international airport, and find out how to get to there from Reykavik. Car rental in Iceland The best way to get around Iceland and see all of the many places of interest in the country is to rent a car and drive between the different attractions. Choose your vehicle well to save money and avoid problems while driving.