Relocating to Iceland

Find your way to Iceland

Iceland is perched close to the Arctic Circle mid-way between Europe and North America. Iceland has gained notoriety for its airline stopping volcanos, stunning scenery, and northern lights. Now a popular stopover destination for people traveling between Europe and North America, several airlines fly to Keflavik International Airport (KEF). There is ferry service to Seyðisfjörður, Iceland that connects with the Faroe Islands and Hirtshals, Denmark. It is essential to plan ahead when taking the ferry!

Flights to Iceland

Ferry to Iceland

Transporting stuff

Here are some Icelandic shipping companies that arrange the transportation of goods and furnishings to Iceland:

Information on customs on personal effects when moving to Iceland: 

Icelandic customs 

The rules (in Icelandic)

Bringing a pet

The rules regarding bringing pets to Iceland are very stringent, and animals are quarantined at least two weeks before entering the country. For more information about bringing your pet(s) and necessary documentation required, see the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST).