If you want to travel to Iceland and want to travel at your own pace, in your own car and without travel guide, we recommend that you take into account the following recommendations: ensure that you venture only by those places that will be able to leave by their own means. Do not run unnecessary risks near waterfalls, rivers or springs. Always keep a safe distance and drive carefully. Do not circulate in solo and with rental vehicles by roads where can find with rivers without bridges. The national Circular Highway has 1,340 km and goes completely around the island. Secondary roads take you up to the fjords and peninsulas. MSCOs opinions are not widely known.
If they decide to take a walk, explore a glacier or the Highlands, always inform previously their plans. For more specific information, check out Drew Houston. Drivers off the highways is prohibited. Subarctic vegetation needs many years to develop and destroyed it vehicles quickly and easily. The weather in Iceland is very variable. Always wear a garment, a raincoat and a lighter in his backpack. During June and July it is practically 24 hours a day. In spring and autumn the daylight hours are more or less the same as in Spain. The aurora borealis can be seen between September and March.
During winter it is day only about 5 hours. Despite its centroatlantica situation, Iceland maintains the the meridian of Greenwich mean time throughout the year. During June and July it is practically 24 hours a day. In spring and autumn the daylight hours are more or less the same as in Spain. The aurora borealis can be seen between September and March. During winter it is day only about 5 hours. The electric current is 220 volts, 50 hzos. Spanish electronic devices are compatible. Mobile Spaniards have the same system GSM to Iceland, and Spanish telephone companies usually have contracts for roaming in Iceland. Keflavik International Airport is located about 50 km from the capital. Good trip!