Cheap flights to Iceland
Flights to Iceland
Reasons To Visit Iceland
The great wilderness of Iceland makes it one of the most spectacular travel destinations, especially for those who like to go out on adventures. There are many exciting things to do in the outdoors in Iceland with some of the world's most spectacular natural sights. One of the most famous attractions in the country is the stunning Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, while other memorable natural landmarks include the Gullfoss waterfall. If you are visiting over the winter period then you may get to experience the famous Aurora Borealis northern lights on an expedition. If you enjoy hiking then you will find that Iceland is a paradise as there are many mountainous hiking trails around the untouched wilderness, while those looking for more relaxed outings can go whale watching or glacier touring.
Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for hotels in Iceland for every budget
Arriving In Iceland
Keflavik International Airport is the main international airport serving Iceland located around 50 km away from Reykjavik. The airport itself is housed within a single passenger terminal and offers an excellent range of retail and duty-free shopping alongside a few places to eat and drink. Although many opt for a taxi in order to travel into Iceland’s capital, there are bus services available which take around 45 minutes. Many visitors rent a car in Reykjavik to explore the island at their leisure. In addition to this, you can connect to the airport’s free Wi-Fi network to get online.
If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Iceland, it will not be possible to make the journey without having a stopover somewhere. Fortunately the airport has a number of connections to airports with direct flights from the UAE, so you can easily make the journey with only a single stopover.
Iceland Travel Information
Iceland is a part of the Schengen Area which means UAE nationals are able to enter the country visa free for up to 90 days. It does get cold in Iceland over the winter with temperatures often dropping below zero, while the summer months are relatively mild with average highs rarely exceeding 15 degrees. Iceland is not a member state of the European Union so it does not utilize the euro as its currency - instead, make sure you change up your money to the Icelandic krona.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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