Íslandsbanki Bank - Reykjavik
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Directions to Íslandsbanki Bank
Íslandsbanki is one of the major banks in Iceland.
This is where you can change currency, since Iceland has no professional 'money exchanges'. In addition to this you can use any major credit card pretty much anywhere in Iceland.
When you're coming in from abroad, bear in mind that you're likely to get a much better rate on the Krona once you're already in Iceland than you would in your home country . If you're flying in on the weekend (Sat-Sun) you'll find that most of the banks are closed. Bringing a bit of Krona with you or just using your card can simplify things a lot.
General opening hours are 09.00 to 16.00 Monday to Friday.
The branch in the Kringlan Shopping Mall is open from 10:00 - 17:00 on weekdays and 12:00 - 16:00 on saturdays. The branch in Fjarðarkaup in Hafnarfjörður is open weekdays from 15:00-18:00.
Please note that outside general opening hours there is a standard service fee.
The Head office at Kirkjusandur 2, 105 Reykjavík
At Suðurlandsbraut 14, 108 Reykjavík
In Kringlan Shopping Mall, 103 Reykjavík (Non-standard opening hours: 10:00 - 17:00 weekdays and 12:00 - 16:00 on saturdays)
Þarabakki 3, 109 Reykjavík
Höfðabakki 9, 110 Reykjavík
In the Capital City Area:
Eiðistorg 17, 170 Seltjarnarnes
Digranesvegur 1, 200 Kópavogur
Garðatorg 7, 210 Garðabær
At Strandgata 8-10, 220 Hafnarfjörður
In the Fjarðarkaup shop at Hólshraun 1, 220 Hafnarfjörður (Non-standard opening hours: weekdays 15:00-18:00)
In the countryside
Hafnargata 91, 230 Reykjanesbær
552 Dalbraut 1, 300 Akranes
556 Hafnarstræti 1, 400 Ísafjörður in the West Fjords
Skipagata 14, 600 Akureyri in the North
567 Stórigarður 1, 640 Húsavík
568 Miðvangur 1, 700 Egilsstaðir in the East
569 Búðareyri 7, 730 Reyðarfjörður
582 Kirkjuvegur 23, 900 Vestmannaeyjar in the South
586 Austurvegur 9, 800 Selfoss in the South
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