Iceland Driving Duration Statistics

The average driving duration in Iceland is approximately 3.5 hours per day.

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"The ring road also known as Route 1, that encircles Iceland, is 828 miles (1,332 kilometers) long."

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"It takes approximately 12-13 hours to drive the Ring Road non-stop."

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"Golden Circle' tourists route is approximately 300 kilometers long and the driving duration is roughly 3.5 hours."

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"Usually, tourists take around 7 to 10 days to travel around Iceland by car."

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"A 5-hour round trip covers most of the South Coast's main attractions."

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"On an average, cars in Iceland typically travel between 80 to 100 kph on highways."

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"It takes roughly 4 hours to drive from Reykjavik to Jökulsárlón, a popular glacier lagoon."

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"The Snaefellsnes Peninsula road trip is around 300 kilometers and can be completed in around 3 to 5 hours of driving."

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"Driving from Keflavik airport to Reykjavik takes around 40-50 minutes."

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"Driving the Westfjords adds about 590 km (367 miles) onto your journey, adding an additional estimated driving time of about 9 to 10 hours."

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"Overall road fatalities in Iceland have been known to be lower than the EU average, indicating a relatively safe driving environment."

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