We recently got back from Iceland and had the absolute time of our lives. Despite being well and truly on the tourist trail, Iceland completely exceeded all of our expectations. It is the most unique, rugged and naturally beautiful place we’ve ever travelled to. We spent eight nights exploring the west and south of Iceland in our trusty hire car from SADcars. Our final stop was Reyjkavik with Dan and I flying onto Copenhagen to start the next leg of our trip and mum and dad flying home to Australia. Our flights were at different times of the day which meant we all couldn’t travel back to the airport in our hire car, so when Gray Line Iceland offered us an airport transfer, we jumped at the opportunity.
Gray Line have been offering sightseeing tours and airport transfers throughout Iceland for over 100 years and are seen as a leader in their field in Iceland. After two nights in Reyjkavik, staying at Centrehotel Midagur it was time to sadly say goodbye to Iceland.
Mum and dad’s airport transfer was booked for 10am, and they were due to be picked up at the bus stop directly outside their hotel. The Gray Line bus picked them up at 10 o’clock on the dot and they said the mini bus was comfortable, clean and the whole transfer went smoothly leaving them plenty of time at the airport before their flight to London.
The whole booking process from start to finish was incredibly simple and the staff were very helpful with questions we had such as what time we should book the transfer to make it to the airport in time! Airport transfers start from £25 per person and can be booked on Gray Line Iceland’s website.
All opinions are, as always, our own.