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Tourist Information Centres

Hveragerði Regional Information Center
   The Tourist Information Centre is located in the shopping centre Sunnumörk in Hveragerdi, 45 km east from Reykjavík At the tourist information Centre you can get all information needed for your travels in the south as well as other parts of Iceland. We have a large selection of brochures, maps, souvenirs and internet access.In the same building you can find the exhibition The Quake 2008. There you can experience a powerful earthquake (+6 Richter) in an earthquake simulator and also see an earthquake crack in the floor thought to be 4-5,000 years old.Our friendly staff welcomes you at the Tourist Information Centre. Opening hours from 1st of June - 31st of August Weekdays: 8.30-17.00  Saturdays: CLOSED   Sundays: CLOSED   www.facebook.com/upplysingamidstod.Sudurlands/
Ölfus Tourist Information Center
The tourist information center is located in the library of Ölfuss.  See more here 
Selfoss Area Information Office
The Selfoss Information Office is located on the ground floor at the Town Hall in the center of Selfoss, where you can also find our local library. A perfect starting point for your visit.  Our services include: Tourist information over interesting attractions in the Selfoss area, what to visit and see, activities, accommodation and more. At the Information Office you can get free maps over the region, including service lists, free internet access and an area you can sit down and enjoy the moment while planning your stay in the Selfoss area.
Katla Visitor Center
 In the old heart of Vík, you will find the historical Brydebúð building, housing Katla Visitor Center.  Encounter the geology of Katla UNESCO Global Geopark in the Katla exhibition. Feel the various textures of local minerals including volcanic ash dating back to 1860; and learn about volcanic eruptions in the infamous Katla volcano.  Discover the history of shipwrecks and disasters on the black beaches of South Iceland and get to know the lucky ship Skaftfellingur at Hafnleysa Maritime Museum. Put yourselves in the shoes of fishermen fighting the waves of the harborless south coast.  Learn how best to experience Vík and Mýrdalur region at our information center. Shop local produce and explore Vík by participating in the Vík Treasure Quest or tour the brand new Vík Culture Walk. Maps of the area with all its exciting outdoor opportunities are available here!
Skaftárstofa Visitor Centre, Kirkjubæjarklaustur
In Kirkjubæjarklaustur the Tourist Information Office is situated in Skaftárstofa, on your left hand as you drive through the village. At Skaftárstofa, an educational path begins. The path ends at the swimming pool at Kirkjubæjarklaustur. Very interesting for families.  Exhibition about the moss Documentary Films:Eruption in Grímsvötn 2011Western part of Vatnajökull National Park Opening hours Participant in VAKINN Iceland tourism's official quality assurance organization  
Skaftafell Visitor Centre, Skaftafell
Skaftafellsstofa is an information and education centre where visitors can find answers to their questions about the Skaftafell area, along with information about hiking trails, accommodation and nearby recreational options. The centre has an exhibition room with a film about the soutside of Vatnajökull National Park. At the campsite there is WC, (also for disabled), running water (hot & cold), shower, gift shop, cafeteria, coach service, service station, walking paths, hiking guide, outdoor grills, washing machine. Exhibition showing the geology of the National Park. Service station close by and various other opportunities. For information ask at the service desk.  The camping ground is open all year round
Gamlabúð Visitor Centre, Höfn
Vatnajökull National Park‘s visitor centre in Höfn, Hornafjörður, is located in the building Gamlabúð next to the harbour area. It houses an exhibition about the region‘s geology, glaciers and culture. With Hornafjörður being an important stop-over for migrating birds, special attention is given to the bird life of the area. There is also a strong focus on climate change and the effect it will have in the future. The visitor centre has a small shop, with emphasis on books, souvenirs and local products. The building has wheelchair accessibility.