Iceland: restrictions and entry requirements 2023

Iceland: country’s borders status

Borders are open. Currently there are no imposed COVID-related restrictions.

News — Iceland

28.09.2023 09:04
Reykjavik (Iceland) will host an international film festival from 28 September to 8 October. Pin to board
17.07.2023 07:08
Iceland will suspend the work of its embassy in Moscow from August 1. Pin to board
13.07.2023 12:16
The eruption of the volcano Fagradalsfjadl has begun in Iceland. Pin to board
03.07.2023 12:05
The route between Reykjavik and Tel Aviv is opened by Icelandair. Pin to board
06.06.2023 11:00
The Reykjavik (Iceland) – Athens route of PLAY Airlines is open. Pin to board
29.04.2023 15:00
PLAY’s Reykjavik (Iceland) – Glasgow (Scotland) route is open. Pin to board

National holidays in Iceland in 2023

Public holidays and festivals in Iceland in 2023. Non-working days:

  • January 1, Sunday: New Year (Nýársdagur)
  • April 6, Thursday: Maundy Thursday (Skírdagur)
  • April 7, Friday: Good Friday (Föstudagurinn langi)
  • April 9, Sunday: Easter Sunday (Páskadagur)
  • April 10, Monday: Easter Monday (Annar í páskum)
  • April 20, Thursday: First Day of Summer (Sumardagurinn fyrsti)
  • May 1, Monday: May Day (Verkalýðsdagurinn)
  • May 18, Thursday: Ascension Day (Uppstigningardagur)
  • May 28, Sunday: Pentecost (Hvítasunnudagur)
  • May 29, Monday: Whit Monday (Annar í hvítasunnu)
  • June 17, Saturday: Icelandic National Day (Þjóðhátíðardagurinn)
  • August 7, Monday: Commerce Day (Frídagur verslunarmanna)
  • December 24, Sunday: Christmas Eve (Aðfangadagur)
  • December 25, Monday: Christmas (Jóladagur)
  • December 26, Tuesday: St. Stephen’s Day (Annar í jólum)
  • December 31, Sunday: New Year’s Eve (Gamlársdagur)

Currency exchange rate ISK to USD

Updated 01.10.2023


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