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Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Reykjavik - Keflavík Airport
If you want to hire a campervan for an adventurous road trip in Iceland, we’re right there for you. We’ll meet you at Keflavik Airport (KEF) — only 50 kms away from the Icelandic capital — where you can pick up and drop off your Reykjavik campervan hire – free of charge in regular hours, of course!
You can park your RV rental in Reykjavik on the street in one of the city’s four parking zones, indicated by different colours, ranging from Zone 1 (red and pink), which costs 275 ISK (€2.25) per hour, to Zone 4 (orange), which costs 150 ISK (€1.25) per hour. There are also several parking lots in Reykjavik that fit campervans and motorhomes, with prices starting around 80 ISK (€0.65) for the first hour and then 50 ISK (€0.41) after that.
Campsites in and around Reykjavik include Eco Campsite, just 3 km from the city centre, open year round, and with bike rentals also available. Hafnarfjördur Camping is located in the lava park Vídistaðatún and is only a 10-minute drive from downtown Reykjavík. There’s also Mosskogar camping site, around 25 minutes from the city centre by car. All are great places to spend the night in your campervan hire in Reykjavik.
Young and modern yet also ethereal and mysterious, Reykjavik is a city truly deserving of the title ‘winter wonderland’.
Reykjavik is the world’s most northerly capital, a city of 200,000 inhabitants in a country of only 300,000 people. But its size and remote location only serve to make it more remarkable and an absolutely perfect starting point for a campervan road trip. Astounding natural wonders, surreal cutting-edge architecture, a buzzing art and music scene: the city appeals to city-lovers and nature enthusiasts alike. With an RV rental or campervan hire in Reykjavik, you’ll discover snow-capped mountains, icy seas, and crisp Arctic air. Here, the ultramodern meets the fantastical and the futuristic meets the mythical in a city situated on a dragon-shaped peninsula whose skies are lit up by magical natural light displays — the Aurora Borealis. Endless winter nights are matched by summer’s midnight sun. Ancient Icelandic legends and epic sagas are welcomed into the modern day in the form of striking sculptures. Avant-garde creativity sits alongside a community-minded warmth and friendliness. It may be a bit chilly but the Icelandic low temperatures are a small price to pay for such a range of natural and cultural treasures. Plus, it’s the only capital in the world that is home to a major puffin breeding colony. So choose a campervan hire in Reykjavik and experience paradise, Nordic-style.
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