The rest of Iceland is only a comfortable coach-ride away, with regular services to and from all the country’s natural wonders, towns and attractions.
You might want to check out the special passports offer with unlimited travel on scheduled busses within a certain time period. The bus passports are great for travelling at your own pace around Iceland, especially on the Ring Road. On certain routes, you can also choose to fly one way, and take the bus back, or vice versa.
Reykjavík’s central coach station, is the BSI Coach Terminal, and is located off Hringbraut, just a 10 minute walk from Reykjavík city centre. For information on booking tickets, timetables and frequency, please browse our list of local and national service providers below.
If you’re in Reykjavík, you might also want to stop by the Reykjavik Tourist Information Centre in City Hall to get some ideas for your itinerary, check out brochures from all around Iceland and book your adventure.
Sterna is a bus service provider in Iceland. We offer Day Tours, scheduled bus services and the ever popular Bus Passports.
We are a leading tourism operator in Iceland, and have been in business since 1977, providing both incoming and outgoing tourists with enjoyable and memorable travel experience. As an affiliate of Vestfjarðarleið Coaches and Hopferdamidstodin, TREX has access to one of the most modern and versatile fleet of coaches in Iceland.
Reykjavik Excursions (RE) was founded in 1968 and has since been the leading organizer of day tours in Iceland. RE operates one of the biggest bus fleets in Iceland making the company one of the largest organizers of tours both for individuals and groups in Iceland. Using the extensive bus passports you can visit all the magical places you have only read about before. Ideal for the independent traveller!