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You'll warm to the rates you get for your Króna
Whether you're going for the glaciers or the volcanoes, the hot springs or the Northern Lights, there are few places with more spectacular scenery than Iceland. Despite its name and lying just a few degrees south of the Arctic Circle, it has a surprisingly mild climate too. The warm waters of the Gulf Stream regulate its coastal weather and make Iceland's average summer temperatures around from 5°C at night to as high as 25°C throughout the day.
You'll warm to the exchange rate we offer you for your Icelandic Króna too. We offer our best rates online and if you order your Icelandic travel money now, it can be in your pocket the next working day.
Enjoy a better rate for your Icelandic currency when you order online
Order online and you'll get a better deal for your Reykjavik money. The more Króna you order, the better your rate becomes.
We've rounded our commission to 0%
You'll like the amount we charge on commission for your króna - it's zero.
Home delivery for your Icelandic Króna
If you order your Icelandic króna before 3pm on a working day, we can drop it off the next working day by Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed® by 1pm. For orders of £500 or over, delivery is free, or for orders of under £500 there is a delivery charge of £4.99. If you prefer Saturday delivery there's a small £1.50 charge.
If you've any Króna left, we'll buy it back
We'll buy back all any Kronas you haven't managed to spend on holiday. If you show us your receipt you were given when you bought them, we won't charge commission either.
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Some notes about Icelandic Króna
Iceland's official currency is the Króna, the plural is Krónur and the abbreviation is kr. It was introduced in 1875, and like all Scandinavian Kroner, the name is a translation of crown.
Notes are printed in denominations of 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000 krónur.
One Króna is worth 100 øre but coins of less than one króna have not circulated for many years. Króna coins are minted in 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 krónur.
What's the true cost of your holiday in Reykjavik?
With its spectacular geysers, volcanoes and hot springs in a cold climate, no place on earth is like Iceland. But are its prices as spectacularly different as its scenery?
We collected some data to find out. We looked at the cost of typical holiday purchases like food, drink and dining out so you can see how expensive Reykjavik is compared to other destinations.
City Costs data relates to exchange rates on 10 March 2016. Prices are supplied by National and Regional Tourist Offices of participating countries.
Use our Travel Barometer to compare the costs in over 30 other European locations.
How does the rate you pay for Icelandic Króna compare over time?
Our Historical Exchange Rate tool shows you at a glance how many Icelandic Króna you get for your pound over the last year. So you might use that information to help you choose a good time to buy.
Free to download, super-smart travel apps
We don't just come in handy for buying Icelandic currency at a great rate. Here are some useful travel apps for you to download before you leave home. They'll translate Icelandic menus for you, find you the nearest cashpoint, help you stay in touch with your loved ones back home for free, and do much more besides.