12th International Conference on integrated Formal Methods
The iFM Conference will be held at Reykjavík University (RU).
Reykjavík University is located next to Öskjuhlíð hill, one of Reykjavík's green areas shaped by the Ice Age. Wooded walks are the ideal way to take in the scenery around the university building. There is just a 2-minute stroll to the popular warm-water bathing beach at Nautholsvik.
Iceland is only a 3 hours flight from cities in Europe such as London, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Amsterdam and Paris. There are now many choices available for travelling by air to Iceland. During 2016 two Icelandic airlines will offer regularly scheduled flights from multiple cities in Europe and America. We highly recommend making reservations as early as possible, since Reykjavík is a very popular tourist destination during the summer months and the less expensive tickets are booked fairly quickly.
The main airline in Iceland, Icelandair, offers many direct flights to Reykjavik from multiple cities both in Europe and in America. For online booking and all further information please see www.icelandair.com.
A recent budget airline, WOW air now offers flights from up to 20 different cities in Europe as well as Washington, D.C. For booking and all further information please see www.wowair.com
Please see www.scandinavian.net.
Iceland's international airport is at Keflavik, a 40-45 minutes drive from Reykjavik.
A Flybus operates all day from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavik in connection with all incoming international flights. Tickets can be bought inside the terminal building at the Flybus booth or at a ticket automaton located by the exit door of the terminal building. Tickets are not sold on board the bus. The Flybus brings passengers to the Flybus terminal at the BSÍ Bus Station in Reykjavik (marked on map – see Accommodation) near the center of town. At the terminal passengers with Flybus Plus tickets board smaller buses which take them to selected hotels and guest houses in Reykjavík. List of hotels and guesthouses with drop-off/pick-up service available can be found here: www.re.is/flybus/flybusplus. Kindly note that not all hotels and guest houses are provided with shuttle service from the BSÍ Bus station, but taxis are available outside the terminal.
The Flybus operates all day in connection with all outgoing flights. Scheduled departures are from the BSÍ Bus Station in Reykjavík. Pick-up service is available from selected hotels and guest houses in Reykjavík for passengers holding Flybus Plus tickets (www.re.is/flybus/flybusplus). The day before departure, passengers need to inform the reception desk staff of their hotel/guest house that they want the Flybus to pick them up the following day.
- Flybus fare: ISK 2,200 per person one way, ISK 4,000 per person return.
- Flybus Plus fare: ISK 2,800 per person one way, ISK 5,000 per person return.
- Children 0-11 yrs. are free of charge.
- Children 12-15 yrs. pay half price.
All further Flybus information under www.re.is/flybus
Taxi service between Keflavik and Reykjavík is also available, the fare is about ISK 16,000 to ISK 17,000 during daytime hours.
Reykjavik University is located next to Öskjuhlíð hill, one of Reykjavík's green areas shaped by the Ice Age. Bus line 5 stops in front of the university (Direction Nautholl - HR, terminal station). You can enter line 5 at Hlemmur, one of Reykjavik's central bus hubs.
You can buy single trip tickets on the bus for 420 ISK. You must pay the exact fare in cash. The driver will not change and will not accept credit cards. If you use the Straeto app, you can register your credit card and use it to pay on the bus. Additional fees may apply for a mobile phone data connection. Multi-day passes and a 20 ride ticket are available at select places .
During the summer season, buses will run every 30 minutes during the day times.
For more information on local buses, check http://www.straeto.is/english/ . You can use the trip planner to check the best route from your hotel to Reykjavik University.
The summer months from June to August are high tourist season. Especially during these months, booking rooms in Reykjavik can be difficult due to the large number of visitors to Iceland. We highly recommend booking your hotel room as early as possible to avoid disappointment. We have reserved a contingent of rooms at the following hotels that are guaranteed until March 15. You can book one of them together with the registration. All prices are per night, including breakfast and VAT.
- Saga Radison blue (single 44,000 ISK, double 46,900 ISK)
- CityCentre Hotel (single 31,000 ISK, double 38,900 ISK)
- Bus Hostel Reykjavik (4 bed dorm, 8,000 ISK)
- Alda Hotel Reykjavik (single 31,200 ISK, double 33,400 ISK)
If our contingents are booked or the deadline expired, you have to make your own arrangements. Hotels in the centre of Reykjavik and along Bus Line 5 have a convenient connection to Reykjavik University, for example:
- Hotel Natura (closest to Reykjavik University)
- Hotel Frón
- Guesthouse Baldursbrá
- City Centre Hotel
- Hotel Hilda
- Hlemmur Square
- Hilton Reykjavik Nordica
- Reykjavik Lights Hotel
- Hostel Village Reykjavik
- KEX Hostel
In case you have difficulties in finding accommodation, please contact us.
For Tourist Information, please refer to:
- The official tourism website of the Reykjavík Capital Area
- The official travel guide to Iceland
- The weather in Iceland
- A map of Reykjavík
- Restaurants in Iceland
- Keflavík International Airport
- Iceland Review - What's on in Iceland
- Icelandic Directorate of Immigration
- Reykjavik Excursions: Flybus and day excursions
- Blue Lagoon Spa In Iceland