Reykjavik Flights GuideReykjavik is the capital of and the largest city in Iceland. Some of its top attractions are the National Museum, Hallgrimskirkja, Harpa, Settlement Exhibition, Icelandic Phallological Museum, Reykjavik Art Museum, and the National Gallery of Iceland. You can also take the waters and go whale watching or soak in the geothermal spa at Blue Lagoon.
You can fly from Reykjavik to Akureyri, Egilsstaoir, and Isafjorour. There are no trains in Iceland but you can drive everywhere, though you may need to hop on the ferry if you are going off the mainland.
Summers are cool with temperatures usually in the 50s and rarely past 68°F. Summer is also relatively dry and sunny. Winters are brutally cold with average highs hovering near freezing with higher precipitation. Reykjavik is one of the cloudiest and coldest major cities.The best time to visit Reykjavik is during the summer when the daylight is longer, sunshine is relatively abundant, and temperatures are at their warmest. However, if you want to see the Northern Lights, ski, snowshoe, and visit ice caves, it is best to visit during the low season from October to April.
Fly to Reykjavik from these popular routes with great prices.
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