Arriving in Iceland
Duty Free Limits
Alcoholic beverages and tobacco
Travellers can import the following duty-free alcoholic beverages and tobacco products:
1 litre of spirits, 1 litre of wine and 200 cigarettes (1 carton) or 250 g of other tobacco products; or
1 litre of spirits, 6 litres of beer and 200 cigarettes (1 carton) or 250 g of other tobacco products; or
1 litre of wine, 6 litres of beer and 200 cigarettes (1 carton) or 250 g of other tobacco products; or
2.25 litres wine and 200 cigarettes (1 carton) or 250 g of other tobacco products.
Spirits are classified as having an alcohol content of 22% or more.
The minimum age for bringing alcoholic beverages into Iceland is 20 years, or 18 years for tobacco.
Up to 3 kg of meat products may be brought with you when travelling from an EEA member state as long as the product bears the stamp of the country of origin. The products must be from an EEA member state and must be fully cooked.
No fresh vegetables or dairy products may be taken in. Only medicines for personal use may be taken in, and a letter from your doctor stating their use should be carried.
Getting from the Airport
A frequent Flybus service is operated to and from Keflavík Airport by Reykjavík Excursions and is the is the most economical way of getting to and from the airport. On arrival at the BSI coach station in Reykjavik, travellers can be shuttled to their hotel or guesthouse.
There are a number of taxi companies throughout Iceland. Taxis are available around the clock, and can be used to to transport people from the airport to the capital - a drive of around 40 minutes. See our list of taxi companies for phone numbers.