Flights to Reykjavik

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Departure Thu, 10 Aug Return Tue, 22 Aug
LGW London
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Departure Wed, 23 Aug Return Sun, 27 Aug
MAN Manchester
KEF Reykjavik
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BRS Bristol
KEF Reykjavik
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Departure Wed, 23 Aug Return Sun, 27 Aug
EDI Edinburgh
KEF Reykjavik
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London - Reykjavik
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Edinburgh - Reykjavik
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Birmingham - Reykjavik
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Dublin - Reykjavik
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Trips to Reykjavik

Reykjavik travel

This is the capital city of Iceland and the largest city on the coast of the country. Reykjavik has an unusual combination of architecture, breath taking volcanic landscapes, lava fields, hot springs and geysers. The Perlan glass dome provides an all round view of the sea and mountains nearby. Since Iceland is close to the Arctic Circle, this region receives 4hrs of daylight per day during winter and trips to Reykjavik should be taken in summer when there is almost 20hrs of daylight. Residents and tourists in this icy city warm up in the naturally occurring luxurious geothermal spas.

Things to do and places to see in Reykjavik

Like any other vacation spot Reykjavik has the usual set of hangouts like museums and shopping areas, but has the additional attraction of being able to soak in naturally occurring hot spas.

When in Reykjavik, don't forget to do the following:

  • Circle around the Golden Circle and see the 105ft dual cascading water fall
  • Watch the Strokkur geyser gush out water 60 - 100ft into the air every five minutes
  • Visit the geothermal spa at the Blue Lagoon which is oozing steam from its surface
  • Shop at the open air shopping district of Laugavegur and bring back a piece of Iceland
  • Watch Aurora Borealis which is the eerie green lights swirling in the darkened sky
  • Visit the interactive National Museum of Iceland to understand the history of Iceland
  • Pray at the largest and tallest church, Hallgrímur Pétursson, which took almost 50 years to build
  • Shop for bargains at the Kolaportið Flea Market
  • Visit the 360 degree rotating Pearl Dome for an aerial view of Reykjavik
  • In this icy region, visit the ice caves at Skaftafell Ice Cave
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Reykjavik airports

Flights to Reykjavik land at Reykjavik International Airport, which is the main airport in Iceland and the main hub for the country's international travel with passenger numbers of 400,000 every year.

  • Reykjavik International Airport

    Top airlines

    You can search for plenty of cheap flights to Reykjavik via Opodo on Icelandair, WOW air and Atlantic Airways.

    Location

    The airport is located close to the city centre in Vatnsmýri.

    Transport options

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