Getting around in Iceland
Reykjavik is a small city. In the center it is best to move around by foot. One can also rent a city bike or hop on an orange-colored local bus.
The most impressive attractions in Iceland are outside of Reykjavik, in the countryside. The best way to see the nature destinations is to rent a car. Tripsteri App provides instructions on how to drive around.
There is an 1300km long asphalt road that stretches around the island. The speed limit is 90km per hour and the road is occasionally squiggly. Its advisable to reserve time when driving the whole island around. It takes about a week to drive in a relaxed manner. If one wants to do some hiking, horse riding or glacier watching on the way, a good time to reserve is ten days.