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*Route 1, or the Ring Road is a main road that runs around Iceland and connects all the inhabited parts of the island, with the interior of the island being uninhabited. This paved road is 1,332 km (828 mi) long with one lane in each direction, except near larger towns and cities and in the Hvalfjörður Tunnel where it has more lanes.
BUS: Scheduled trips between Icelandic towns are operated by Strætó bs. Tours to attractions are provided by scheduled buses from various companies Reykjavík Excursions / Trex / Sterna Travel / BusTravel Iceland / SBA-NORÐURLEIÐ
AIRPORT: Keflavík International Airport is the largest airport and the main aviation hub for international passenger transport. It serves several international and domestic airline companies. An airport transfer bus service (called the FlyBus) runs between the airport and Reykjavík BSÍ Bus terminal.
Smyril Line sail once or twice a week from Hirtshals (map) in Denmark, via Torshavn in the Faeroe Islands.
Cycling is a good way to experience Iceland, and provides a very different experience to other means of transport. You should bring your own touring bike, it is strongly advisable to have a previous touring experience. More information and routes can be found on Cycling Iceland.