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An Air Traveller's Guide to Iceland

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Tips for your round trip through Iceland

In addition to Reykjavik and Akureyri, Iceland has many more special destinations to discover. The best way to discover the country is to make a round trip. This is possible with a rental car, for example from Reykjavik. The Ring Road over the entire island in particular is popular for fly-drives and car holidays. You should not miss the following destinations and sights!


Waterfalls are always spectacular, but Gullfoss is really next level. The water that flows from the land point has worn out the valley, so that the abyss is now 70 meters deep in certain places. The sound of the falling water is impressive!


The Vatnajökull National Park is almost 14,000 square kilometers in size. You will find the famous Vatnajökull glacier there. You can also visit one of the beautiful ice caves in the area (under supervision); for example Skaftafell. The smooth ice seems almost fake!

Aurora Borealis

A trip to Iceland is not complete without seeing the Northern Lights. Unfortunately you cannot always see the beautiful, dancing lights. You have the best chance if you go on a tour with an expert. These guides know the best places to spot the lights. They don't call it "chasing the lights for nothing"!

Blue Lagoon

The steaming, warm water of the Blue Lagoon is world famous. You can find the lava lake at * Grindavík *. Booking in advance is required, but then you can enjoy a wonderful spa treatment. The healing minerals in the water will make you relax and the blue water is just beautiful.

*Return fares per person, including taxes, excluding the £4.99 booking fee.

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