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    Reykjavik

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(Updated: January, 27, 2019 14:02)

Reykjavik

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  • City Code : REK

Reykjavik

Reykjavik

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The capital of Iceland, the city of Reykjavik is situated on the southern shore of Faxa bay. The northernmost capital city of an autonomous nation, Reykjavik has a population of over 120,000. Being Iceland’s center for culture, government, and commerce, Reykjavik prides itself with its steady economic growth, extremely low crime rates, and its effective use of geothermal energy. As a matter of fact, Reykjavik is regarded as one of the world’s greenest and safest cities. Bound with picturesque destinations, a rich arts scene, and the famous northern lights, Reykjavik is – without a doubt – a must in your bucket list.

Voice of Travelers to Reykjavik

How I was able to film at Reykjavjik

I am Adam, a filmmaker from New York. I always liked making films based on interesting places like Reykjavik. I think there’s no place more enchanted like Reykjavik. Fortunately, I got a film grant from a production company to shoot an original story. This was finally my ticket to Reykjavik. I suggested that we shoot in Reykjavik. Luckily, the producers agreed. With a small crew, I boarded Delta Airlines a few weeks after buying our ticket. The airplane staff was so accommodating to us. Anyway, when we reached Reykjavik, I felt that I was transported to another universe. We were able to shoot at Hallgrímskirkja church and the Blue lagoon, two of Reykjavik’s most popular attractions. I hope my film made justice to the beauty that is Reykjavik. I hope this was ticket to more films across Europe. It was definitely a dream come true. My hands are clamoring for a ticket to return.

I've Got a Ticket to Ride… A flight to Reykjavik

I’m Trent, a musician from Austria. I was always a fan of the Beatles ever since. My favorite song from them was, “ticket to ride.” Recently, I went to Reykjavik to witness the Imagine Peace Tower on Videy Island. This outdoor beam of light was dedicated by Yoko Ono to her husband, John Lennon. We bought our ticket to Reykjavik almost immediately after we found out that it was going to be lit this year. Aboard the Austrian Airlines, we were welcomed with warm smiles from stewards. Aside from the Imagine Peace Tower, we also witnessed the spectacular view of the northern lights during our stay at Reykjavik. I was really amazed by the view. It was so surreal. My trip to Reykjavik was definitely something I will never forget. My ticket to ride to Reykjavik was also unforgettable because of Reykjavik’s night scene which was sheer fun. Reykjavik was great. I can’t wait for my next ticket back.

Reykjavik Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How can I book a ticket to Reykjavik?

A. Booking a ticket to Reykjavik can be easily accomplished in three simple ways. First, you can pay a visit to an airline near you in order to inquire about trips to Reykjavik and buy the ticket. If the available airlines going to Reykjavik seem to be far from where you are, you can call them through their hot lines. You can also book a ticket online. It is recommended to buy your ticket in advance in order to avoid any hassle when your trip to Reykjavik is near.

Q. Is a visa required for travel to Reykjavik?

A. Citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, together with the member countries of the European Union can book a ticket to Reykjavik without a visa. Citizens from different nationalities not stated above are recommended to apply for a Visa through selected embassies to be able to buy a ticket to Reykjavik. Only embassies of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway usually issue Icelandic visas. As stated by the Visa waiver program, citizens can only travel to Reykjavik for business and vacation for a maximum of 90 days. Once you have your visa, your passport and your ticket, you can already enter Reykjavik.

Q. When is the best time to visit Reykjavik?

A. With hotel room and ticket rates cut down significantly, the best time to visit Reykjavik is between November and March. With cut down ticket prices, you can enjoy abundant festivals which occur during these months including Reykjavik Food and Fun Festival, and Reykjavik Fashion Festival where people can immerse themselves with the rich and vibrant Icelandic culture. Furthermore, it is during this time where visitors can enjoy gazing at the Northern lights, a scenic sky spectacle only at Reykjavik. It advisable, however, to pack lots of thermal gears because the temperature at Reykjavik during these months drop low, with frequent rain and snow showers. Don’t forget to book a ticket in advance.

Reykjavik - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights to Reykjavik Airport ・Kulusuk Island Airport ・Akureyri Airport ・Nuuk Airport etc.

Airports handling direct flights to Reykjavik Keflavik International Airport ・Heathrow Airport ・John F. Kennedy International Airport ・Los Angeles International Airport etc.

Flight Routes to Reykjavik

Should you wish to go to Reykjavik, there are several flights available for you. Flight to the city of Reykjavik can be achieved by booking ticket on airlines such as British Airways, Norwegian Air International, Icelandair, Delta Airlines, and Air Canada Airlines, among others. Major airlines such as WOW air, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and Air France offer the cheapest ticket to Reykjavik. There are several ways in order to book a ticket to Reykjavik. Primarily, calling to reserve, and/or visiting the company can avail you of a ticket. Furthermore, booking a ticket to Reykjavik online is also highly recommended.