The unit of currency is the Icelandic króna (ISK), plural krónur, divided into 100 aurar. Iceland's three banks, Íslandsbanki, Landsbanki Ísland and Búnaðarbanki, all offer foreign exchange facilities and can be found in even the tiniest villages. Most have ATMs on their premises, available after banking hours, which are usually Monday to Friday from 9.15am to 4pm. Credit cards are widely used in Iceland for purchases and cash advances.
Currency Exchange Rates
|Iceland||ISK 100||ISK 1,000||ISK 10,000||ISK 100,000||ISK 1,000,000|
|Australia||A$ 0.94||A$ 9.45||A$ 94.49||A$ 944.91||A$ 9,449.09|
|Canada||C$ 0.92||C$ 9.17||C$ 91.72||C$ 917.21||C$ 9,172.14|
|Ireland||€ 0.65||€ 6.48||€ 64.80||€ 647.99||€ 6,479.94|
|New Zealand||NZ$ 0.99||NZ$ 9.87||NZ$ 98.66||NZ$ 986.60||NZ$ 9,866.04|
|South Africa||R 8.81||R 88.10||R 881.02||R 8,810.20||R 88,102.00|
|United Kingdom||£ 0.50||£ 5.04||£ 50.39||£ 503.86||£ 5,038.60|
|United States of America||US$ 0.77||US$ 7.65||US$ 76.50||US$ 765.05||US$ 7,650.47|
Note: These currency exchange rates are not updated daily and should be used as a guideline only.
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