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Come for the summer sun, when almost endless days cast a light on the raw natural beauty of this island in the Atlantic.
Come for a spa break: Iceland’s geothermal waters are perfect for a hot, soothing plunge, whatever the weather.
Come for deafening waterfalls, shooting geysers, and lakes that sit between tectonic plates.
Come from autumn to spring and keep your fingers crossed in the hope of seeing those amazing Northern Lights.
Just come to Iceland and experience one of the hippest, most surprising, most enchanting destinations on the planet. Iceland is only two-and-a-half hours from the UK on direct flights to Keflavik International Airport (KEF). And even better: you can book hotels in Iceland for less than you think. It can be an expensive country to visit, but if you compare hotel deals and book well in advance, your money can go a long way – especially as most of the natural attractions cost nothing to see.
If you’re staying in the attraction-packed southwest, hire a car and avoid the cost of day trips by coach. Save on eating out by booking self-catering accommodation or snapping up a cheap deal on a hotel offering a half-board stay. Travel between September and May, when flights and hotels are cheaper.
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As the only major urban area in Iceland, Reykjavik is home to the majority of the country’s hotels. From budget hotels that offer good value and a central city location, to luxury hotels that feature bay views and spas, the range of hotels in Reykjavik is huge. Downtown is the ideal place to stay as a tourist, to make use of the many bars, restaurants and shops and to hop on coach tours to nearby attractions.
If you hope to find hotel deals in Iceland outside of Reykjavik, you are in luck. There are many countryside hotels and they present natural Iceland at its very best, with far-reaching views of the surrounding landscapes and nights spent in cosy bars or outdoors in a hot tub. While many of the bigger countryside hotels run day trips for guests, you’ll need to hire a car for total independence.
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Top five attractions
This tourist loop follows some of the best attractions in southwest Iceland, including the Gullfoss waterfall, Strokkur, Geysir, and Thingvellir. Coach trips run from Reykjavik, though it’s a doddle to navigate in your hire car.
This large, geothermal spa is 40 minutes by road from the capital. Lounge in the hot milky-blue waters, use the free silica facemasks, swim up to the bar, get a massage if you like – there is no end to the ways to relax here.
Travel between September and April for the greatest chance to see nature’s most dazzling light show in the clear skies above Iceland. The lights are elusive (you need a perfect storm of the right conditions), but once seen, they are never forgotten.
Even if you don’t book a hotel in Reykjavik, you’ll want to spend a day in the capital. It has museums, shops, the Hallgrimskirkja cathedral, many eateries (including those famous hot-dog stands), the Pearl, and a pleasant harbour promenade.
Short, stocky, with something like a fur coat in winter, the unique Icelandic horse is a pleasure to see; many get a kick from a countryside ride too.
Make magical memories in friendly Iceland when you attend any of these top events…
Hafnarfjordur Viking festival; June: Get to know the first folk of Iceland at this event just outside Reykjavik. Sword fighting, eating, drinking and shopping for Viking-style crafts are just a few of the ways to pass the time.
Iceland Airwaves; October/November: Urban and electronic beats lend even more street-style cool to Reykjavik. Past artists at this well-attended event include Florence and the Machine, The Flaming Lips, Fatboy Slim, and local artists Bjork and Sigur Ros.
Christmas; December: Or “Jol”, as it’s called here. The 23rd and 24th of December are the best days to be in downtown Reykjavik (or any of the country’s towns and villages) as locals gather to sing carols, light candles and hear brass bands.