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Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to get from Keflavik International Airport to Reykjavik by bus?

The journey from Keflavik to Reykjavik city centre takes approximately 50 minutes.

How long does it take to reach the Blue Lagoon from Reykjavik by bus?

The bus can take between 75 and 90 minutes, but this time frame includes a 30 minute pickup time.

How long does it take to reach the Blue Lagoon from Keflavik International Airport by bus?

The bus between the Blue Lagoon and Keflavik International Airport takes around 20 and 30 minutes.

What kind of bus passports are there?

There are specific bus passports for destinations such as the Blue Lagoon, the Secret Lagoon and Keflavík International Airport, as well as bus routes specific to the Highlands or the South Coast. If you have only one location in mind, such as a countryside town, you can look at single tickets from the local bus service.

Are there any buses that go off the ring road into the Highlands?

Yes, there are specific Highland Hikers passports that take you to the most popular Highland hiking routes such as Laugavegur and Fimmvörðuháls. Please note that the Highlands are only accessible during the summer.

Do the buses have bathrooms or toilets?

They usually don’t, but plenty of stops are made at establishments with such facilities. The driver will usually tell you if they plan to stop for any period of time.

Can I take a bus to the Blue Lagoon and does it include an entrance to the spa?

There are a few bus passports that take you specifically to the Blue Lagoon and back, or to the Blue Lagoon and the airport. All bookings for the spa itself should be made directly with the spa. We recommend booking in advance since the Blue Lagoon is extremely popular.

If I get a bus passport for a specific location like the South Coast, will I have to travel the same routes back and forth?

There is only one main Ring Road in Iceland. Therefore, a trip along the South Coast will mean that you travel the same route on the way there and back. This is great because you can plan your route to suit you, perhaps choosing to visit different sites on the way there and on the way back.

What is the minimum age requirement for passengers?

There is no minimum age requirement. However, children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.

Is alcohol allowed on the bus?

No, there is a no-alcohol rule aboard all public transport in Iceland.

How many luggage items can I bring on the bus?

Each passenger is permitted to bring one large luggage item only.