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As known, Iceland was formed as a result of volcanic eruptions. It is not apparent who opened the island, and who were its first settlers, but it is supposed that were the Irish monks who settled here long before the birth of Christ. Today, Iceland is famous for its beautiful sceneries, glaciers, volcanoes and geysers, which are an inalienable part of this beautiful island. Landscapes are diverse, with pristine natural areas. Here’s a great diversity of species of fish and birds. Fans of sports lifestyle can realize walking or cycling, and in winter ride on snowboards and make an organized trip to the glaciers.

Immerse yourself in the delights of the island with wonderful facilities of auto rental in Iceland at low rates from Naniko!

A broad network of offices of Naniko allows us to provide our customers with the possibility to get and return the car in divers cities, wherever are our offices. This gives you chance do not return to the starting point of the journey, if you have planned a linear route.

In our cars, you can cross the border and travel to another country. Although this is subject to certain additional costs, in particular, to the cost of notarized power of attorney from the company.

When booking, in the relevant section, you can specify the address to which you desire to deliver the ordered vehicle, whether it’s at the airport, railway station or hotel.

We offer unlimited mileage on our cars and you are without worrying about additional cost can drive as far as you need.

We always hope to provide the best price, which has taken into account all taxes and insurance costs, and you will get roadside assistance when necessary.

Take advantage of a well-organized trip with the assistance of vehicle rented in Iceland from Naniko!

Iceland is inhabited by 300,000 people. Most of the populace is spread around the Reykjavik and the other three big cities Kópavogur, Hafnarfjörður and Akureyri. The majority of Icelanders are descendants of the Vikings, but there is also a certain percentage of people with Scottish and Irish origins. The official language is Icelandic, but many Icelanders also know English and Danish.

In the Icelandic culture the most important place is occupied by myths and legends, passed down from generation to generation, and telling amusing stories of trolls, elves, ghosts, and the Vikings. This genre of medieval literature has made a significant contribution to world culture.


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