Car Hire Keflavik International Airport

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at Keflavik International Airport


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Keflavik International Airport

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Keflavik International Airport

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Hertz at Keflavik International Airport

Keflavik International Airport is Iceland's main arrival point. Iceland's largest airfield stands on a peninsula, two miles west of the small town of Keflavik and 30 miles west of the capital Reykjavik.

Hire a car in Keflavik to explore the city and, if you are travelling with children, be sure to check out the Giantess in the Cave. Based on the fictional character from the Herdís Egilsdóttir book, this life-size replica is five metres high and sits in a rocking chair. For something a bit more educational why not take a trip to the Duushús Museum, where there are several exhibition halls including the Reykjanes Heritage Museum.

If you hire a car at Keflavik Airport the temptation is to head straight off to Reykjavik. If you've time, it's worth having a look at Kaflavik itself first though. This is an old fishing town with a small harbour and surrounded by old lava fields. Its attractions include a replica of Leif Eriksson's Viking longboat and the Blue Lagoon, an open-air thermal bathing spot. If you do drive to Reykjavik, you'll be able to see the main sights, including the shops, bars, restaurants, museums and the extraordinary modern Hallgrímskirkja Church, Iceland's tallest building.