• Home
  • /Car Hire Iceland

Car Hire Iceland


brnd1

brnd2

brnd3

Compare 1200 car rental suppliers and save up to 70%

tick-2 Guaranteed low prices

tick-2 Includes insurance and taxes

tick-2 No hidden fees

tick-2 Unlimited mileage on most destinations

tick-2 No credit card fees

tick-2 24-hour customer service

The rates are similar to that of other websites, however we prefer renting on this website as we can choose which company to hire from ourselves.
Janet Gill
I will definitely book here again. The customer representatives in Gran Canaria were friendly. No fuel rip off when renting through Europcar.
Anabelle Conolly
We rented a car at Franfurt Airport through Europcar. The process of getting the car was quick and easy. The price was much lower than booking directly through Europcar.
Christopher Chase
Car-hire.net offered the best price for car hire in Nice. I got a car from Alamo which was in top condition.
Rachel Fleeton
Rented a car with Hertz in Berlin. When we arrived we got upgraded free of charge. Excellent service!
Rodney Dougall

Car rental Iceland

Compare prices on car hire in Iceland from all the major brands and find the best deals. When you book through us, unlimited mileage and insurance are always included in the price given.

Iceland miniguide

Iceland

Car rental Iceland

Iceland, located in the North Atlantic (between Norway and Greenland), Europe’s second largest island – but has a relatively modest population (306,694 inhabitants in 2009). Historically the island has been a Norwegian (and eventually Danish) jurisdiction. In 1918, however, Iceland’s autonomy, but with the Danish king as formal head of state. Since 1944 the country has been an independent republic.

Most of the Iceland consists of volcanic rocks, and the country still has several active volcanoes (eg Hekla). The coast is characterized by fjords and mountains, while the interior of the island is dominated by glaciers. The largest of them, Vatnajökull, has a size of 8,300 km2.

The climate in Iceland is often described as the Atlantic, and is a cross between a temperate and polar climate type. Summers are relatively cool (average + 11 degrees C in July), while winters are mild (average – 1 degree C in January).

Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik (approx. 118,000 inhabitants), situated on the coast southwest of the island. This is Iceland’s most populous area, and nearby is also the second largest city – Kopavogur and Hafnarfjordur. Several of the country’s main tourist attractions are also in this part of the country, including Thingvellir, the Vikings’ old stuff somewhere. By popular sites elsewhere in the country must Vatnajökull National Park and the famous hot spring Geysir mentioned.

Iceland’s main airport is Keflavík International Airport, located 50 km southwest of Reykjavik.

Car-hire.net offers car rental in Borgarnes, Reykjavik and the Reykjavik Airport.