Continuing our accessible Iceland adventure …..
Day 1: Reykjavik to Stykkishólmur
We arrived the night before in Reykjavik and had the most amazing seafood dinner. The food in Iceland is amazing and fresh but very ver expensive. In the morning we set out to explore Reykjavik the capital of Iceland. Reykjavik is the most hipster city I’ve probably ever been to. Its full of cool wall art and trendy cafes Continue reading “Accessible Iceland Part II”…
I decided to go to Iceland last minute when a friend of mine from London decided to go on a little holiday. After a month of solo travel it was nice to have some company with some old familiar faces. We spent 5 days driving around Iceland and it was absolutely amazing.
Accomodation: We stayed in varying accomodation throughout our time in Iceland and booked most of the accomodation the morning of (as we didn’t really have a plan). Lots of the hotels in Reykjavik have wheelchair access and we ended up staying at the Hilton (which was a big step up form my previous hostel accomodation). When driving around we mainly stayed in small cabins and also in farm stays which were small but mostly accessible.
Transport: I mostly just pushed/walked around Reykjavik as it’s pretty small but it does have a few steep hills. There are accessible buses available that are fitted with ramps.
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