Reykjavík and Iceland attract more visitors every year; isn´t it time to discover what the fuss is all about?
Land of fire and ice
Our flights to Reykjavík, Iceland will take you to a truly different place. Lying directly between Europe and North America, not much more than a bunch of volcanic cliffs topped with glaciers, volcanoes and black stone deserts, Iceland's culture has been influenced by both America and Europe.
While travel to Iceland is most popular during the summer months, other seasons are becoming increasingly popular. Come to Iceland in winter to experience something truly magical.
There's a special feel to Reykjavík, a blend of both city and village. Even though the combined population of the greater Reykjavík area is just over 180.000 people, Icelanders think on a far bigger scale and it shows.
A relaxing break in Iceland is what you need if the time is ripe for a change of pace. You hardly need to leave Reykjavík for a day of deep sea fishing, salmon angling, whale watching, high quality bird watching and an array of other high adventure activities. There is also the amazing food, as local chefs blend the outstanding seafood and lamb with international cooking styles, giving Icelandic restaurants a unique style. You should consider staying in Reykjavík for a few days and then visit to the countryside which is often described as "hauntingly beautiful".
Good to know
- Flights to Iceland with Icelandair arrive at Keflavík International Airport located 40 kilometers (25 miles) southwest of Reykjavík city centre. The airport is small and convenient with Flybus and taxis waiting to transfer you to the city centre.
- Shopping? Try the two malls, Kringlan, 5 minutes drive from the city center, and Smáralind, 10 minutes drive from Reykjavík center. The old city centre has a few solid shopping streets, Laugavegur, Hafnarstræti, and Bankastræti. Many great restaurants are located in the old centre.
- Domestic flights in Iceland! Fly with Air Iceland and discover the many faces of Iceland. Select from a range of locations in Iceland and get to see some of the gems of nature this country has to offer. There's the remote Westfjords, the picturesque northern town of Akureyri and the nearby geothernal area of Mývatn. The lovely Westman Islands in the south, or the islands of Grimsey and Hrísey in the north, all populated and each having their own special lifestyle. Or the east coast where you'll find some of Iceland's most spectacular and varied landscape.