Participants need to arrange their own travel and accomodation.
Flights to Iceland
Several airlines operate between Iceland and Europe, see e.g. Dohop.
How to get from the international airport to Reykjavík?
Buses operate between the international airport and Reykjavík. The bus will take you through the lava fields of Reykjanes peninsula to downtown Reykjavík and the ride will take ca. 45 minutes. The one-way ticket costs ca. 24 EUR (3000 ISK) but if you buy a retour ticket you will get a discount.
Flybus takes you to BSÍ bus terminal and GrayLine takes you either to Holtagarðar bus terminal or their downtown Reykjavík bus stop. Both bus companies offer a further drive to hotels and guesthouses (costs a little bit more than the basic ticket).
Travelling by local buses in Reykjavík
Tickets for the local bus can be bought at e.g. 10-11 grocery stores and swimming pools. See further information on travelling by local buses in Reykjavík here.
From BSÍ to the conference place, take local bus 1:Vellir, 3:Mjódd or 6:Háholt and get out at bus stop "Hlíðar".
From Holtagarðar to the conference place, take local bus 12:Skerjafjörður and get out at bus stop "Hlemmur".
From downtown bus stop to the conference place, take local bus 11:Mjódd and get out at bus stop "Háteigskirkja" or 13:Sléttuvegur and get out at bus stop "Flókagata".
Where does the conference take place?
The conference is held at the School of Education, University of Iceland (see map below).
Where can I find affordable restaurants?
Click on the map below - choose full screen for easier viewing. All these restaurants have vegan options on their menu.
Where are the bus stops located exactly?
Click on the map below for the flight-bus locations and the nearest local bus stops (choose full screen view). For further information on the local buses in Reykjavík go to bus.is and choose route planner or information.