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Car hire Iceland
Car hire Iceland

Iceland draws in tourists year after year with its big city offerings and natural surroundings that are just waiting to be explored. The natural attractions in the country are diverse and just about all landscapes can be seen here, from glaciers and volcanoes to forests and hot springs. The only way to see everything that Iceland has to offer is to arrange cheap car hire in Iceland.

The capital city of Reykjavik is home to a busy international airport and is the main gateway into the country. The National Museum is a great way to learn about Norse and Icelandic culture and history and the Old Town area is home to interesting buildings including a strange church that was made to look like a mountain of hot lava.

Just north of the capital and only a short drive in a hire car is the big city of Akureyri, where there are plenty of bars and nightclubs to enjoy a night out. To the east of Akureyri is Myvatn nature reserve, which is filled with volcanic landscapes and birdlife and offers spectacular views over a crystal clear lake.

Those who are interested in seeing wild whales can take a trip to Husavik. To the southeast of the country is the glacier that lays claim to being the largest in Europe, Vatnajokull. The glacier is best seen by boat, with trips departing from the town called Hofn, and close by is the largest forest in Iceland, where wild reindeer roam.

Car rental in Iceland is the only real way to take in all the sights and natural wonders that can be found here. The roads are safe and easy to navigate, even in the countryside, and tourists while away the journey time by spotting native animals like the Icelandic horse and visiting polar bears.