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Mia Wood

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01242 386 466

01242 386 466

Best Time To Go

November - March

Holiday Length

3 nights

Price guide

From £995pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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Holiday type

City break, Tailor-made


Reykjavik city break

Not only home to rushing waterfalls, mammoth glaciers and hot springs, Iceland also has Reykjavik, one of the world’s hippest city break destinations. Take one of our Reykjavik city breaks and you’ll really get to the heart of Iceland’s capital. Included in the package is a private half day tour with one of our expert guides, plus flights, private luxury transfers and bed and breakfast accommodation. You’ll also have a dedicated concierge at your disposal who’ll make any additional bookings you need to tailor your Reykjavik city break completely to suit you.

Why Reykjavik?

The world’s most northerly capital, Reykjavi­k, may be small but it’s strikingly cosmopolitan. Different from the other Nordic capitals, Reykjavik has a vibe which is more akin to that of New York or London. Either way, it’s a seriously cool destination. And we’re not just talking about the temperature. Reykjavik is a vibrant cultural mix of impressive shopping, lively bars and an internationally-renowned music scene. Icelanders work hard but they like to play hard too and 101 is the district to visit for a taste of the nightlife.

Downtown Reykjavi­k is small, yet perfectly formed. The old town is beautiful, home to brightly coloured houses with their Lego-like charm and some of the freshest air in the world. The capital may be captivating but no visit to Reykjavik is complete without a trip out into the country. Drive in a super jeep, along roads known only to native Icelanders, to reach the glacier fields. Or visit some of the island's 10,000 waterfalls and geysers. A relaxing dip in the Blue Lagoon, while you watch the skies for a glimpse of the Northern lights will be the highlight of your trip.