We have compiled a list of resources to help you and your family in the event that an emergency occurs during your visit in Iceland.

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  • Police, fire and ambulance services

    112 is the single emergency number in Iceland, representing all the response parties to accidents, fire, crime, search, rescue and natural disasters on land, at sea, or in the air. Additionally, Iceland‘s child protection officers can be reached through 112. 112 can be reached anywhere in Iceland, from any telephone, by voice or by SMS around-the-clock, all year around.
    112 Website

  • Medical services

    Reception Doctors within the Smáratorgi is open outside normal working hours all year round and is manned by experts in medicine. Everyone is free to utilize the services of Doctors within and no need appointment. On weekdays is open from 17:00 to 23:30 and on weekends from 9:00 to 23.30.
    1770 Website

  • Dental services

    Tannlaeknavaktin is the dental emergency care in Reykjavik. The patient services provided is limited to the urgent condition, and follow-up dental care is suggested to be completed at another time. Appointments are scheduled on a day-by-day basis and availability. Opening hours are 8-22 every day of the week.
    426 8000 Website

  • Red Cross 24-hour Helpline

    The Red Cross Helpline is a toll-free number open 24 hours a day for those who need assistance due to grief, anxiety, fear, depression and/or suicidal thoughts. Red Cross volunteers offer immediate emotional support to those who feel distressed or lonely, and when needed provide information on how to receive further assistance.
    1717 Website

  • Emergency car service

    Company Krókur offers 24 hours emergency car service that is available to all travelers every day of the year nationwide.
    522 4600 Website

Foreign Embassies in Iceland

Here is a list of foreign Embassies in Iceland, all of the are located in the capital Reykjavík. Embassy workers can assist travelers visiting Iceland in distress.

Canada Túngata 14, 101 Reykjavík 575 6500 Website
China Víðimelur 29, 107 Reykjavík 552 6751 Website
DenmarkHverfisgata 29, 101 Reykjavik 575 0300 Website
Finland Túngata 30, 101 Reykjavik 510 0100 Website
France Túngata 22, 101 Reykjavik 575 9600 Website
GermanyLaufasvegur 31, Reykjavik 530 1100 Website
India Túngata 7, 101 Reykjavik 534 9955 Website
Japan Laugavegur 182, 101 Reykjavík 510 8600 Website
Norway Fjólugata 17, 101 Reykjavik 520 0700 Website
Poland Þórunnartúni 2, 105 Reykjavík 520 5050 Website
Russia Garðastræti 33,101 Reykjavík 551 5156 Website
Sweden Lágmúli 7, 108 Reykjavík 520 1230 Website
United Kingdom Laufásvegur 31, 101 Reykjavík 550 5100 Website
United States Laufasvegur 21, 101 Reykjavík 595 2200 Website