Below you can find a selection of useful links to external websites that might be helpful or informative during your next visit to Iceland. Check them out!
The official source of safe travel in Iceland. This website contains all the relevant information, like weather warnings etc., about travelling in Iceland.
All official information about the roads. Very useful in winter when some roads are often closed. This website shows you what roads are open or closed, icy or completely impassable.
All official information about the road conditions – updated live. You can find out how much traffic there is, how windy and/or icy the roads are and if a road is closed or not.
A selection of interesting articles about what you really should know about Icelandic culture and habits. What to do and what not to do.
The official weather website of the Icelandic Met Office with information about the weather, earthquakes, volcanic activity, …
The 112 Iceland app can be used for two things, both for added safety on your Iceland trip. First of all you can call for help by pressing the red Emergency button. Your location will be sent by text message to the 112 response centre. Remember that even though your phone shows no signal there is a possibility that you can send text message. Available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.
Looking for a phone number? Já.is is the one stop to find any phone number in Iceland and yes, there’s (also) an app for that!
Curious about how Iceland is looking right now? Have a look at these live webcams from all over the country!
The Icelandic Transport Authority has collected a lot of useful tips and advice on how to drive on the Icelandic roads. Definitely worth a read.
Statistics Iceland is the centre for official statistics in Iceland and collects, processes and disseminates data on the economy and society. Statistics Iceland is divided into four divisions – economic statistics, social statistics, business statistics and resources.