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An ideal way to see what Iceland has to offer is by renting a Iceland hire car. Compare Car Rental offers travellers in Iceland cheap car hire from all the major car rental companies such as Avis and Hertz. Using our car hire comparison site is quick and easy and will offer you a car to suit your needs from economy car hire to luxury car hire options. Characterised by its fjords, roaming rivers and spouting geysers, Iceland has a lot to offer the visitor looking for much more than a beach holiday.

Your Iceland car hire can include optional extras and unlimited mileage. Our simple Iceland car rental comparison site will provide you with quotes on cheap car rental for Iceland for the right vehicle in which to discover Iceland and its magical islands.

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The Republic of Iceland, located in the North Atlantic Ocean has a small population of approximately 320,000 most of who live in the capital city of Reykjavík. It is closely located to Greenland and Norway, after the UK it is Europe’s largest island which comprises a total of 31 islands.

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Iceland is volcanically active and its volcanoes are known to erupt violently, causing havoc to the rest of Europe when the clouds of ash are wafted across the continent, this happened with the volcano in Eyjafjallajökull in southern Iceland during 2011. Much of Iceland is covered by mountains and glaciers with rivers running through, being an island nation, Iceland was traditionally known as having a large deep sea fishing industry for much of its history until it developed its financial and economic industries, although not always to its advantage.

Most people from Iceland are descended from Norse men and this is reflected in its cultural heritage. Iceland is also famous for the fjords along its wandering coastline and the coastal areas are where most Icelanders make their home as the central areas of Iceland are inhospitable.

The main towns are the capital of Reykjavík, Kópavogur, Hafnarfjörður and Garðabær, Reykjanesbær. At the point of the Arctic Circle are three national parks: Vatnajökull National Park, Snæfellsjökull National Park, and Þingvellir. Apart from the volcanoes that dot the landscape, Iceland is also famous for its geysers, most notably the Strokkur geyser which erupts every 5–10 minutes.