Getting around in Iceland is easy, but travellers should always take precaution
In connection with Norröna sailing to/from Seyðisfjörður, there are of course many practical questions from our travelers. Below we have compiled a series of practical information.
Seyðisfjörður is located on the east side of Iceland, and the closest town to Seyðisfjörður is Egilsstaðir. Please find information about what to do, where to stay etc in Seyðisfjörður here visitseydisfjordur.com.
The car is the most common mode of transport and car rental agencies can be found in most major towns.
Beware that Iceland's beautiful and rugged landscape also contains some difficulties for the driver. Drive carefully and monitor the weather forecast, especially during winter.
There is an extensive bus service to most parts of the country and to the highlands. Reservations are not necessary and tickets can be bought either at the bus station or from the driver.
Bus schedules in Iceland:
Local bus in Seyðisfjørður:
For further information please stop at the tourist information center located at the harbor in Seyðisfjörður upon arrival. Tel: +354-472-1551 - email@example.com - seydisfjordur.is
Experience the beauty of Iceland on your bicycle. Travelling around Iceland on your bicycle can be both challenging and rewarding.
For more information about cycling in Iceland, please visit InspiredByIceland
If you want to travel from Seyðisfjörður to Reykjavik, you can take a flight from Egilsstaðir airport, which has regular flights to the capital. For domestic flight information, please visit flugfelag.is.