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Accommodation

Íslensk ferðaþjónusta hefur farið ört vaxandi á undanförnum árum og gistimöguleikum að sama skapi fjölgað. Fjölbreytt gisting er í boði um allt land, hvort sem óskað er eftir lúxus gistingu með dekri eða ódýrari valkostum. Listinn hér að neðan sýnir úrval gistimöguleika.

Apartments

Staying at an apartment is an excellent alternative for those wanting more privacy, prefer to do their own cooking and wish to interact to the locals. Apartments are available at different price ranges.

Bed & Breakfast

B&B’s and guesthouses are all pervasive and many of them privately run. They are generally smaller and more intimate than hotels and more comfortably priced.

Camping

The least expensive type of accommodation available. The are many campsites all over Iceland, most of them open from May until the beginning of September.

Cottages

Staying at a cottage can be very cozy and it is especially convenient for families or groups of friends traveling together.

Farm Holidays

Staying at a farm is a unique alternative and a fine choice for those who seldom venture from cities and wish to experience the bucolic side of life at least once.

Guesthouses

Guesthouses are all pervasive and many of them privately run. They are generally smaller and more intimate than hotels and more comfortably priced.

Hostels

Simple and inexpensive accommodation, suitable for budget minded travelers. They are principally popular with younger people opting for more basic lodgings.

Hotels

Iceland has many fine hotels ranging in price and quality allowing travelers to make a suitable choice.

Mountainhuts & Cabins

In the highlands of Iceland, mountain huts and cabins are the available option.

Sleeping bag accommodation

Many guesthouses, rural hotels, hostels and farmer’s lodges, offer sleeping bag accommodation, a truly economic alternative.

Austurland

Towns & Villages

Each town in Austurland has its own characteristics. In some of the coastal villages t, the influence of North European neighbors obvious to everyone. 

The French made a strong impact in Fáskrúðsfjörður where the road signs are made out in French as well as in Icelandic. Norwegian influence is easily detected in the Eskifjörður and Seydisfjörður architecture. No such roots are to be seen in Egilsstadir which is the latest addition to East Iceland agglomeration, founded in the late forties of the 20th century.  

Map Vopnafjörður Borgarfjörður Eystri Egilsstaðir Seyðisfjörður Mjóifjörður Neskaupstaður Breiðdalsvík Eskifjörður Reyðarfjörður Fáskrúðsfjörður Stöðvarfjörður Djúpivogur