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How to travel to Reykjavík
The most convenient way to travel to Reykjavík is by taking a flight. There are direct flights from the UK to Reykjavík from cities such as London, Belfast, Edinburgh, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. Indirect flights are also offered from the UK to Iceland's capital city. Keflavík International Airport is the largest airport in Iceland and serves as the main hub for international transport. It can be found on the Reykjanes Peninsula, near the town of Keflavik, which is about 31 miles from Reykjavík.
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How to get around Reykjavík
The public transport in Reykjavík consists solely of buses. Public buses are operated under Strætó and offer connections within the city as well as to other destinations.
Bicycling is an excellent way to discover Reykjavík, and Iceland as a whole. Within the city there are bike lanes, often located close to the pedestrian lanes. Cycling outside of the city, especially in the summer, is also very popular for adventure enthusiasts. Even though Icelanders are some of the most prolific drivers, traffic in Reykjavík is usually sparse in comparison to the rest of Europe. There may be a little congestion at times, especially in the evenings on the weekends when people are heading to the city centre to socialise, but it is usually nothing too bad. As a whole, Icelandic drivers are usually respectful of traffic laws.
Reykjavík is a great size to explore on foot, and it is easy to do so. As there is not an overabundance of traffic or congestion, the city is very pedestrian friendly and walking can sometimes be the fastest way to get to different points in the city.