Does Iceland Require a Travel Visa for U.S. Citizens?
Iceland does not require a travel visa for U.S. citizens, although it does require a valid U.S. passport. Iceland is currently at a level 1 “exercise normal precautions” travel advisory and is open for U.S. citizens to travel to. It is important to note that if your passport is within 6 months of the expiration date, most countries will simply deny it. To read more about these travel services, visit these passport information pages.
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