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Ferries to Iceland - Schedules Overview

You can book ferries to Seysdisfjordur in Iceland from Bergen in Norway, Hanstholm in Denmark and Scrabster in Scotland.

Ferries to Iceland are operated by Smyril Line.

Ferries to Iceland - Destination Overview

Iceland is a large island in the North Atlantic Ocean, close to the Arctic Circle. Experience the wild and rugged landscape with its volcanic hot geysers and lush green valleys. Visit Reykjavik, Iceland's capital and home to more than half the country's population to experience Icelandic city life among modern buildings and traditional architecture. Visit Iceland for a truly unforgettable experience!


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Iceland Guide
Iceland (officially) the Republic of Iceland) is a European country situated in the North Atlantic Ocean. Around 316,000 people live in Iceland, the majority of whom live in the capital, Reykjavik. Iceland is located just south of the Arctic Circle; the Artic Circle passes through one of Iceland's islands, Grimsey. Iceland's closest neighbours are Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

Travel in Iceland
Iceland can be reached by ferry from Scotland, Norway, Denmark and the Faroe Islands. Iceland also has an international airport, in the town of Reykjanesbaer.

The best way to see Iceland is by car; there is a ring road that circles the whole island close to the coastline. Due to the mountainous and icy interior of the country, much of central Iceland is inaccessible.

Iceland Facts
- Size: 103,000 sq. km (39,770 sq. miles)
- Population: 316,252
- Capital: Reykjavik
- Language: Icelandic
- Currency: Icelandic Krona
- Country Code: +354
- Time Zone: GMT
- Iceland Ferry Ports: Seysdisfjordur

Things to see

Iceland's main attraction, that will not fail to amaze, is its rugged and impressive landscape. Iceland's coastline in punctuated with many fjords, where most of Iceland's settlements can be found. Iceland is also home to many geysers. Iceland has four national parks: Jökulsárgljúfur National Park, Skaftafell National Park, Snæfellsjökull National Park, and Thingvellir National Park.


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