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As a general rule offices are open from 9 am to 5 pm (8 am to 4 pm during the summer months) on weekdays. Shops are generally open from 9 am to 6 pm on weekdays. Several supermarkets and shops in malls have extended opening hours and are also open on weekends.

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The Icelandic monetary unit is the "krona". All Icelandic banks (open 9:15 am to 4 pm) provide money exchange as well as the Change Group Iceland at the Tourist Information Center in Reykjavík (open from 8:30 am to 8 pm 7 days a week). Exchange banks are also operated in the arrival and duty free areas of the airport.
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Debit and credit cards are accepted by most organizations and are widely used. The major cards in Iceland are VISA and Eurocard/MasterCard, although other cards are accepted in some places. 
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Entrance fee now included!
Vestmannaeyjar islands tour has become one of Gray Line Iceland's most popular tours. We are proud to announce that the entrance fee to the Eldheimar volcano museum is now included in our tour free of charge.  The Museum's volcano exhibition focuses on the 1973 volcanic eruption in Ve [ More ]
Easter in Iceland 2014
Easter in Iceland is both a religious holiday and a sign that winter is over. The latter usually proves spectacularly wrong, but as long as we get our chocolate Easter egg on Sunday morning, we're ok. Over Easter all our tours will be running according to schedule, our service desks in Hafnarst [ More ]

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