For this year’s spring break, Iceland is definitely an exciting destination to visit. The island located in the North Atlantic is filled with breathtaking scenery such as lakes, rivers, waterfalls, mountains, hot springs and also the Northern Lights, which are set to be magnificent throughout March and April.
Iceland’s leading airline, Icelandair is launching its ‘Spring Special’ package deal for UK travellers to experience the beauty of Iceland. Included are flights from Manchester, London Heathrow, or Glasgow, and three nights in selected accommodation; travelling between March and May. Continue reading →
Iceland airline, Icelandair has introduced its new Nightlife in Reykjavik package deal to help those in need of exciting birthday party ideas.
Icelandair’s Nightlife in Reykjavik package deal includes flights and three nights accommodation, as well as plenty of activities to kick start an evening. This package is designed to get visitors ready for what the locals call the ‘runtur’ (round tour) and provides plenty of time the following day for sleep or a trip to the ultimate hangover cure, the Blue Lagoon spa. The night after arrival begins with an interactive comedic performance called ‘Let’s talk Iceland’, that gives unique insight into how modern-day Vikings party. This is followed by a 3-course dinner at Restaurant Reykjavik including entrance into the Ice Bar and a complimentary drink. Continue reading →
Icelandair is offering UK travellers the perfect romantic getaway with its Northern Lights City Break. This coincides with the high levels of Northern Lights activity in 2011, which is to peak through the end of March.
The Northern Lights City Break is an incredible way to explore the natural wonders of the Northern Lights. Included within the deal are three nights accommodation in a top hotel; the Northern Lights tour; and flights to and from London Heathrow, Manchester or Glasgow – prices start from £269. Continue reading →
Icelandair is offering a special city break package holiday in Reykjavik this winter starting from only £199 per person. The package deal includes return flights to Iceland, accommodation and breakfast at select hotels.
Reykjavik city breaks give travellers the opportunity to experience everything that Iceland has to offer such as tours, guides, hikes, sightseeing and horse riding. Continue reading →
Iceland’s flagship airline, Icelandair will be continuing its flight service out of Glasgow International Airport with four flights to Iceland per week operating on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
The Icelandair Glasgow airport service allows passengers on transatlantic flights to the U.S. to connect via Iceland, making it an ideal opportunity for a stopover holiday and experience the magic of Iceland. Continue reading →
Iceland airline, Icelandair is helping shoppers with Xmas present ideas this winter. The airline is offering a selection of gift certificates to purchase online, the perfect stress free Christmas present.
With an Icelandair gift certificate you can flight to either Iceland or the U.S., plus there are no limitations on travel time or length of stay. Online, you can select an amount you would like to deposit along with personal text, which can then be redeemed at anytime within two years from the original date of purchase. Continue reading →
This winter, Iceland airline, Icelandair is offering UK passengers the chance to see the Northern Lights in Iceland with its Deluxe Northern Lights City Break.
This package deal is the ultimate break for anyone interested in seeking the Northern Lights as well as having time to unwind, all for a snip of the cost. Included within the deal are: flights to and from the UK; three nights accommodation at the four-star Hilton Reykjavik Nordica Hotel; access to the Nordica Spa and the Northern Lights tour. The package deal also allows for some time to explore Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik and relax. Continue reading →
Iceland’s leading airline, Icelandair has reduced the price of its popular Northern Lights holiday package deal including flights, accommodation and a Northern Lights tour ticket ready for the winter season.
The Northern Lights tour takes place the evening following the day of arrival and is operated by Reykjavik Excursions. Passengers are picked up at their hotel and driven to an area outside of Reykjavik to search for the natural phenomenon. Continue reading →
At roughly 1400 GMT yesterday, the residents of Iceland, Trade Council of Iceland, Tourist Board of Iceland and various other travel companies, such as Icelandair, logged on for an hour in support of the new Inspired By Iceland online campaign.
Inspired By Iceland is intended to help boost Iceland tourism in time for the summer months since the disruptions caused by the Eyjafjallajokull volcano. Visitor numbers to Iceland have dropped remarkably, due to the misunderstood image that travelers have of the current situation in Iceland. The event today was to help make people aware that the safety, the infrastructure and the beauty of the country is still intact.
De toeristische campagne Inspired by Iceland, die vandaag is gehouden, is de eerste actie ter wereld waarbij een heel land na een oproep van zijn regering gedurende een uur online samenkomt om het land en zijn toerisme te ondersteunen. Deze memorabele gebeurtenis vond vandaag tussen 14u en 15u GMT plaats. De grote meerderheid van de 320.000 IJslanders ging online en verzond berichten naar vrienden overal ter wereld om hen uit te nodigen om IJsland te bezoeken.
De Inspired By Iceland campagne, vertaald “Geïnspireerd door Ijsland”, is bedoeld om het IJslandse toerisme te ondersteunen nadat het aantal bezoekers daalde dankzij de uitbarstingen van de vulkaan Eyjafjallajokull. Continue reading →