Do you want to stay away from tourist traps and have a bit more of an authentic experience in Iceland? If so, we recommend the West fjords. The West fjords “ring road” is around 1000 km. Often overlooked, the West fjords offer a little bit of everything. It has impressive cliffs and mountains, sandy beaches and geothermal pools. As well as small fishing villages, magnificent waterfalls, and rivers. The list is endless! There are around 40 fjords in total, each more beautiful than the last.
So, you’d like to know if it’s easy to Drive in Reykjavík during winter? The average high temperature between October and April is 3.7°C (36.7°F), and the average low temperature is -1.2°C (30°F) during the same period.
Many traffic signs in Iceland are sort of self-explanatory. However, you´ll definitely run into a few signs that you haven’t seen before. Some of them are pretty important so we thought we’d explain them to you before you arrive.
The road around Iceland is called the Ring Road or Hringvegurinn in Icelandic and is route number 1. It is 1,332 kilometers (828 mi) long which means you could technically drive it all in one day but where is the fun in that?