Cruises to Reykjavik

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Iceland, Ireland and Scotland

Fabulous dining in a variety of restaurants, including five-course gala menus from Marco Pierre White and black tie evenings, Spectacular entertainment from live music to West End-quality performers,…

30 June 2018 | 14 Nights
P&O Cruises : Azura

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Southampton, Kirkwall, Lerwick, Reykjavik, Iceland, Isafjordur, Akureyri, Iceland, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Cobh, Ireland, Southampton ...Read More

from £999pp
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Norway, Iceland and Ireland

Fabulous dining in a variety of restaurants, including five-course gala menus from Marco Pierre White and black tie evenings, Spectacular entertainment from live music to West End-quality performers,…

16 June 2018 | 14 Nights
P&O Cruises : Aurora

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Southampton, Flaam, Norway, Aurlandsfjord, Sognefjord, Geiranger, Norway, Geirangerfjord, Norway, Akureyri, Iceland, Isafjordur, Reykjavik, Iceland, Dublin, Southampton ...Read More

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from £1,372pp
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Norway, Iceland, & UK from Hamburg

GRATUITIES & SERVICE CHARGES INCLUDED*, FAMILY-FRIENDLY*, PREMIUM BRANDED DRINKS*, WIFI FOR HAVEN SUITES*

01 July 2018 | 14 Nights
Norwegian Cruise Line : Norwegian Jade

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Hamburg, Alesund, Bergen, Lerwick, Reykjavik, Akureyri, Iceland, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands, Inverness, Edinburgh, Hamburg ...Read More


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Memories to last a lifetime


Beautiful houses reflected in lake Tjornin in Reykjavik Iceland, during the blue hour in winter

Beautiful houses reflected in lake Tjornin in Reykjavik Iceland, during the blue hour in winter

Beautiful view to Reykjavik downtown with wooden foot bridge, Iceland

Beautiful view to Reykjavik downtown with wooden foot bridge, Iceland

Blue Lagoon with people in Iceland - Reykjavik

Blue Lagoon with people in Iceland - Reykjavik

Camping in the north with the Northern Lights overhead (Aurora Borealis)

Camping in the north with the Northern Lights overhead (Aurora Borealis)

Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral in Reykjavik, Iceland, lutheran parish church, exterior on a sunny summer day with a blue sky

Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral in Reykjavik, Iceland, lutheran parish church, exterior on a sunny summer day with a blue sky

Northern Lights above waters edge - Reykjavik

Northern Lights above waters edge - Reykjavik

Reykjavik cityscape

Reykjavik cityscape

Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral in Reykjavik

Hallgrimskirkja Cathedral in Reykjavik

Reykjavik Sculpture Art Promenade Iceland Artwork

Reykjavik Sculpture Art Promenade Iceland Artwork

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A jaw dropping natural wonder

Depending on the time of year that you sail to Reykjavik, a visit to Iceland’s capital simply wouldn’t be complete without a tour to see the spectacular Northern Lights. Visible for approximately eight months of the year, from around August to April, the Aurora Borealis are quite simply one of the natural wonders of the world, and an attraction on the bucket list of many people. Of course, there are no guarantees that you will experience the lights, but they will certainly be worth the trip if you are lucky enough to do so.


Impressive Scandinavian architecture

Not only is Reykjavik's Hallgrímskirkja Church a must-see landmark, it’s unlikely that you’d be able to miss it, as its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city. This impressive edifice was inspired by the shapes and forms created when lava cools into basalt rock and is certainly a sight to behold. The church, whose construction took just over 40 years, features a colossus of a pipe organ which stands at 15m tall and weighs 25 tons. You can take an elevator trip up to the top of the tower to enjoy breathtaking views across the city.


Repair and replenish at the Blue Lagoon

Amongst Reykjavik’s most enduring attractions are its thermal pools, where you can bathe away any stresses and strains in their natural goodness. Around 40 minutes outside the city is the Blue Lagoon; a pool of water situated in a rugged lava landscape, heated from far beneath the surface of the earth. The lagoon forms the centrepiece of a luxurious health spa, where you can revel in the mineral-rich geothermal seawater. Along with the pure Icelandic air, this natural spa treatment will leave you feeling aglow long after you leave.

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