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Trip to Iceland with unforgettable feelings

Iceland – a country that is perhaps the northernmost among the northerners, both geographically and with the coldest climate. However, the cold and the north are not such a hindrance if the traveler wants to have unique feelings and experiences while traveling to the most amazing and interesting destination in the world.

Our platform presents a guide to affordable airline tickets to Reykjavik, through which calendar you can find the cheapest airline tickets in the season that suits you and plan your trip to Reykjavik, Iceland.

Calendar of cheap flights to Reykjavik, Iceland


Things not to miss in Reykjavik

  • Learn everything about mythical elves and trolls of Iceland in Elf School.
  • Visit the most famous Hallgrímskirkja church, Iceland’s national sanctuary, and a parish church.
  • Go whale watching in Faxaflói Bay next to Reykjavík to see the impressive “dance” of humpbacks, minke whales, and dolphins. 
  • Explore the colors, street art, and graffiti Downtown as part of the Wall Poetry project.
  • Relax after a long walk in the geothermal pools of Laugardalslaug and Sundhöll Reykjavíkur. 
  • Go clubbing till 5 am through the famous bars and clubs in the city center. 

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Reykjavik International Airport

International flights to Reykjavik are carried out from the international airport of another city in Iceland, Keflavik. The Leifur Eiríksson International Air Terminal is located at Keflavik Airport (KEF) which is situated about 50 km (31 miles) from Reykjavik. Reykjavik airport (RKV) serves domestic and Greenland flights.

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