It is hard to think of a more unique destination than Iceland. This icy miracle of an island offers visitors volcanoes, hot springs and stunning scenery as well as the friendly welcome of the small population.
Finnair serves Keflavík International Airport (KEF), located close to the capital Reykjavik. This is the perfect starting point so book your flights to Iceland with us and experience this fast-growing tourist destination first hand.
Destinations in Iceland served by Finnair
Reykjavik is the first port of call for any visitor to the country. Despite its small size, this is a culturally-aware, creative, modern city that has a large musical community as well as top-class restaurants, bars and entertainment. There is impressive modern architecture: Hallgrimskirkja is a thoroughly modern cathedral with a truly bold design, and The Harp is a meeting and concert hall that is equally audacious. Intrepid visitors will also be keen to explore the otherworldly interior of Iceland, traversing the Þingvellir and Vatnajökull National Parks to see glaciers, hot springs and the earth literally tearing itself apart!
Typical food and drink in Iceland
Icelandic cuisine has rapidly evolved from its subsistence roots, but traditional delicacies might still surprise you a little. Preserved and smoked fish and meat abound, and the locals may attempt to persuade you to try the speciality, rotten shark – beware! But fear not, thoroughly modern cuisine is also available in the hip restaurants of Reykjavik.
Practical information about Iceland
- Currency – Icelandic Króna (kr)
- Time Zones – UTC+00:00
- Tipping – Tipping is not compulsory or expected but is greatly appreciated.
- Electricity – 220 volts or 50Hz.
- Country Code – +354
*Fares include all applicable taxes and surcharges.
Tokyo (NRT) to Reykjavik (KEF)NRT-KEF
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