Cheap tickets to Reykjavik

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Last minute flights to Reykjavik

Departure Sun, 08 Oct Return Wed, 11 Oct
DUB Dublin
KEF Reykjavik
return from 86€
Departure Tue, 26 Sep Return Mon, 09 Oct
LGW London
KEF Reykjavik
return from 76€
Departure Fri, 13 Oct Return Mon, 23 Oct
BUD Budapest
KEF Reykjavik
return from 141€
Departure Wed, 04 Oct Return Mon, 09 Oct
AMS Amsterdam
KEF Reykjavik
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Popular flight routes to Reykjavik
Dublin - Reykjavik
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London - Reykjavik
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Budapest - Reykjavik
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Amsterdam - Reykjavik
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Berlin - Reykjavik
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Edinburgh - Reykjavik
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Reykjavik holidays

Reykjavik sights and attractions

Reykjavik is an outdoor lovers dream, surrounded by spectacular scenery and surreal volcanic landscapes. While usually the first thing visitors come here to do is explore Iceland's spectacular terrain, its capital, Reykjavik is a fascinating city to spend a few days getting to know. One of the smallest capitals in the world, it is literally bursting at the seams with exciting sights and attractions. Walk around its compact centre and discover amid the contemporary architecture, a rich Viking heritage, thermal pools, hip shops, cutting-edge culture and a multitude of museums. This stylish city is also always up for a party with swinging bars and vibrant festivals all year round.

What to do in Reykjavik

The gateway to all that Iceland has to offer, Reykjavik is the natural starting point for anyone travelling to this magical country. A walkable city, visitors can choose to spend their time exploring the city's colorful history, modern architecture, lively nightlife and diverse cuisine, and then sink into serenity in the geothermal pools.

On a city break in Reykjavik you can:

  • While it's minus degrees outside, still go swimming in the open air at one of the city's outdoor hot tubs
  • Ride the elevator up to the top of Skolavorduhaed Hill to see the Hallgrimskirkja Church and check out the panoramic views
  • Party with the locals well into the night at one of the city's many nightspots
  • Spot whales on a tour from Reykjavik Harbor
  • Browse the unique Icelandic design shops around the city centre
  • Try local delicacies at the Reykjavik flea market
  • Look out for the mesmerizing northern lights
  • Take a spellbinding helicopter ride to see a bird's eye view of the city
  • Take a guided walking tour of the city's compact centre and learn about Icelandic history
  • Gain insight into the medieval days of Viking settlements at the National Museum of Iceland
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Airports in Reykjavik

Passengers travelling to Reykjavik will fly into Keflavík International Airport (otherwise known as Reykjavík-Keflavík Airport). It is the largest airport in Iceland and the country's main international gateway.

  • Keflavík International Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Reykjavik including: Norwegian Air Shuttle, easyJet and Icelandair.

    Location

    Keflavík International Airport is situated approximately 31 miles from downtown Reykjavik.

    Transportation

    A number of car rental agencies operate from the airport. Alternatively, passengers can take the Flybus that links the airport to the city centre in approximately 45 minutes. Taxis can also be picked up outside the airport building.