Explorers of the North Atlantic since 1982


In connection with Norröna sailing to/from Seyðisfjørður, there are of course many practical questions from our travelers. Below we have compiled a series of practical information: [content]



There is an extensive bus service to most parts of the country and to the highlands. Reservations are not necessary and tickets can be bought either at the bus station or from the driver. Children under 4 travel free of charge, and half price is charged for children from 4-11.  


From Seyðisfjörður it is easy to take the bus to all major destinations in Iceland. If your destination is Reykjavik you either take the bus going north or south. First you take the bus from Seyðisfjørður to Egilsstaðir, which takes around 30 minutes. 


If you choose to take the northern route you can take the bus from Egilsstaðir to Akureyri and then from Akureyri to Reykjavik. The trip from Seyðisfjörður to Reykjavík takes approx. 8-9 hours (if you don't stay overnight anywhere on the way) and from Seyðisfjörður to Akureyri about 5-6 hours.  


You can also take the southern route going from Egilsstaðir to Höfn and then from Höfn to Reykjavik.


Please find bus schedules on www.sba.is 


For further information please stop at the tourist information center located at the harbor in Seyðisfjørður upon arrival. Tel: +354-472-1551 - ferjuhus@simnet.is - www.seydisfjordur.is


Domestic flights 

If your destination is the capital Reykjavik and you don't want to spend hours in a bus, you have the opportunity to take a flight from Egilsstaðir airport, which is the closest airport to Seyðisfjørður. There is a connecting bus service from Seyðisfjørður to the airport. Egilsstaðir airport has regular flights to the capital. For domestic flight information go to www.flugfelag.is