iceland Customs Regulations

Iceland Customs Information

The following goods may be imported into Iceland by persons over 18 years (tobacco products) or 20 years of age (alcoholic beverages) without incurring customs duty:

• 200 cigarettes or 250g of tobacco products.
• 1l of spirits and 1l of wine or 1l of spirits and 6l of beer or 1l of wine and 6l of beer or 2.25l of wine. 

Note: Travelers may bring in up to 3kg (6.6lb) of food not exceeding kr13,000 and goods free of duty up to the value of kr46,000; the value of each single goods item must not exceed kr23,000.

Restrictions: All fishing and riding equipment must be disinfected and a certificate of disinfection issued by an official veterinary authority presented on arrival. Visitors may bring conventional medicines suitable for personal needs during their stay but may not exceed 100 days consumption. Customs officers can request a doctor's certificate if appropriate. There are also restrictions on larger amounts of flowers and plants, and certain types of telephonic and communications equipments, which are subject to a permit from the Post and Telecom Administration ( A permit, however, is not required if a traveller imports one GSM mobile phone.

Prohibited Imports
Uncooked meats, milk and eggs, narcotics and weapons.

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