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Iceland Holidays 2020

The Nordic island nation of Iceland is one of a kind. With its wonderful natural landscapes from geysers and hot springs to volcanoes and lagoons. 

What type of holiday does Iceland offer?

Many tourists flock to the country’s capital of Reykjavik which is the most populous and largest city in Iceland. Here, you’ll find an abundance of architectural phenomenons and museums tracing back Iceland’s history and culture to the Vikings. 

One of the main attractions of Iceland is of course the chance to see the Northern Lights. This extraordinary sight is a highlight of many Icelandic trips year after year. 

Iceland is full of stunning panoramic views which underline its unusual landscapes. Due to the island’s geological activity, there really is so much to see and do here to complete the trip of a lifetime. 

Iceland is great for:

  • City breaks - Iceland short breaks are a popular choice among holidaymakers and you can do escorted tours which help see all the best attractions in a short space of time - you can even do midnight sun tours! 
  • All inclusive holidays - Iceland holiday packages provide a great opportunity to travel to Iceland on a budget, particularly for families. Some of the most popular resorts include the Radisson Blu Saga, the Grand Hotel Reykjavik or the Storm Hotel by Keahotels.
  • Cheap holidays - The Icelandic countryside should be considered for your beak to this awe-inspiring destination. There are endless mountain ranges, valleys, waterfalls, as well as hot springs to explore. Plus, eating and drinking in the countryside can be a little cheaper than doing it in the capital city.

Most popular hotels in Iceland

Prices last checked at 09:00 26 January 2020

Local guide: 48 hours in Reykjavik

Icelanders believe in magical folk, and it’s easy to see why on this wild and otherworldly island. Its haunting beauty has landed it a starring role on the Game of Thrones TV series, which is partly filmed here. Reykjavik is the world’s most northerly capital, full of quirky ...