Reykjavík Njarðargata

Fluggörðum skýli 23, 102 Reykjavík
Open: Mon-Fri. 08:00-18:00
Sat. 08:00-17:00 & Sun. 09:00-17:00

Reykjavík Domestic Airport
Next door to our downtown location at Njarðargata is the domestic airport for Reykjavík and the capital area. We also have a car rental desk there in the arrivals hall where we meet our customers upon reservation.

Customer Service Center
Tel. +354 461 6000

After Hours Emergency Number
In case of emergency regarding your rental car outside opening hours please dial +354 840 6000



Discover the freedom of exploring Iceland with ease!

Benefit from our special offer on car rentals. With convenient pick-up and drop-off options in Downtown Reykjavík, you'll have the flexibility to navigate Iceland's stunning landscapes at your own pace. Save time and money by avoiding public transport schedules and exploring off-the-beaten-path destinations effortlessly.

Our diverse fleet of new quality cars ensures you find the perfect vehicle for your adventure, whether it's a compact car for urban exploration or a rugged SUV for venturing into Iceland's wilderness. Make the most of your Icelandic getaway with hassle-free transportation.

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Parking your rental car in Reykjavík:

Parking in Reykjavík is easy and secure. But if you’re bringing your rental car into Iceland’s capital, it’s important that you know the city’s local rules and regulations. In our comprehensive guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about parking in Reykjavík. Discover where you can park, how much you’ll pay, and other essential information.

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Rent 4x4 Land Rover Defender SUV from Europcar car rental in downtown Reykjavik Iceland


About Reykjavík and the Capital area

Situated on the southwestern coast of Iceland, Reykjavík is the vibrant and cultural heart of the country. With its rich history, stunning landscapes, and unique attractions, this city offers an unforgettable experience for travelers from around the globe.

Reykjavík, the northernmost capital of the world, is known for its colorful buildings, bustling streets, and lively atmosphere. Visitors can explore the city's eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and galleries in the downtown area, or take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque waterfront promenade.

One of the highlights of Reykjavík is its thriving cultural scene. The city is home to numerous museums, including the National Museum of Iceland, which showcases the country's history and heritage, and the Reykjavík Art Museum, which features contemporary Icelandic art. Music lovers will also appreciate Reykjavík's vibrant music scene, with its many live venues and annual music festivals.

But Reykjavík is not just about urban life - it's also a gateway to some of Iceland's most breathtaking natural wonders. Renting a car with Holdur car rental is a popular choice and after just a short drive from the city, visitors can explore the otherworldly landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula, with its dramatic coastline, geothermal areas, and rugged lava fields. Make sure to read our guide about "What to know about driving in Iceland".

For those looking to immerse themselves in Iceland's natural beauty, the nearby Golden Circle route is a must-see. This popular tourist route takes visitors to three of Iceland's most iconic attractions: the Þingvellir National Park, where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet; the Geysir Geothermal Area, home to the famous Strokkur geyser; and the majestic Gullfoss waterfall.

Back in Reykjavík, visitors can unwind in one of the city's many geothermal pools, such as the iconic Blue Lagoon or the local favorite, Laugardalslaug. And no visit to Reykjavík would be complete without experiencing the city's legendary nightlife, with its lively bars, clubs, and late-night eateries.

Whether you're a culture vulture, outdoor enthusiast, or simply seeking adventure, Reykjavík and the Capital area have something for everyone. So come and discover the magic of Iceland's capital city and create memories that will last a lifetime.

The Reykjavik Sólfar monument


Cars for rent downtown Reykjavik Europcar station:

Dacia Duster 4x4


Toyota Landcruiser 4x4

Kia Picanto


Frequently asked questions when renting a car in Reykjavík:

What do I need to know about Insurance

Most of our basic rental charge includes the following coverages: Collision Damage Waiver, Personal Accident Insurance & Theft Protection. This cover has an excess between ISK 250000 - ISK 450000 depending on the category of the vehicle you have selected. For full information relating to our covers and terms of cover, please review our Protection and Insurance Options page.

Do you offer Winter Tires?

From November 1st until April 15th our cars come equipped with studded winter tires. Exception from this could be, but not necessarily, certain models (such as electric vehicles) intended for use in the Reykjavík capital area only.

What documents do I need to present at the counter when I pick up my car?

You will need to present to our customer representative:

  • Your normal driving license, issued by your country of residence (N.B. For license holders from the UK, where the driving license is issued in 2 parts, both parts of the license need to be presented) and held for at least one year. It will be requested at every rental. Note that your International Driving License is valid only if accompanied by your normal Driving License. Driving Licenses must be valid.

  • Your passport will also be required according to Icelandic law for car rentals.

  • Your valid credit card with an expiry date after the due check-in date or a valid Europcar charge card. If you use a Europcar prepaid voucher as means of payment (with a specified value or the mention 'Group & Days apply'), you must also present a credit card for those charges which have not been prepaid (such as extras, refueling charge, excess due in the event of damage to or loss of the rented vehicle). Please check the list of accepted credit cards in the country rental conditions.

Do I need to check the condition of the vehicle prior leaving the location?

Yes, you have to check that the vehicle condition report reflects the actual vehicle condition. If an apparent defect is not listed, please proceed to a joint examination of the vehicle with our employee, in order to update the rental agreement.

What about Fines, Parking Tickets, Road-Tolls & Traffic Violations?

Parking tickets, road-tolls and any traffic violations are the responsibility of the renter who must pay them before returning the vehicle. Congestion charges or fines received by us after the rental will be charged directly to the renter, including a surcharge for late payment, if there are any. A local administration fee applies: this will be charged in addition to the fines.

Do I need to return the car with a full tank?

Vehicles are supplied with a full tank of fuel and you should return the vehicle with a full tank. Otherwise, you will be charged for missing fuel at the end of the rental. Our rates do not include fuel. Refueling charge applies.

Always make sure that you use the right type of fuel!

Charges apply when incorrect fuel has been added to the rented vehicles fuel tank. This includes workshop hours and any damages to the vehicle’s mechanism. Towing cost and vehicle replacement related to breakdown or damage is the driver´s responsibility.