So you’re heading to Iceland… Good choice, you’re going to love it! Here are some useful travel tips that will make your trip go smoother - you know, the little factoids you won’t normally see in a travel brochure.
Understanding the price of things - Iceland uses the Icelandic Króna, you’ll see it written as ISK or KR, IKR. The value of a single krona is low, so depending on where you’re coming from, the prices on items may seem high. So, when you see that a hamburger costs 1400 ISK, don’t get scared, that about $11 + dollars, depending on the current rate of exchange. For your specific currency, seek out any number of online currency exchangers. For those of you that will be using cash, bank notes are 500,1000, 2000, 5000 and 10,000. But, the truth is, you don’t need to get cash, you can use your credit cards everywhere.