With Stopover, you connect two destinations easily
Traveling from Finland to North America is easily possible through Iceland with the help of Icelandair’s extensive route network. In the same trip, you can easily combine a visit to Iceland with airline tickets at no additional cost, as Icelandair offers its customers stopover possibility.
A riding trip with Icelandic horses can be done even during one stopover day.
In practice, a stopover means that you can stay in Iceland and continue your journey 1-7 days later, without additional fees for plane tickets, either on the outbound or return journey. You can choose the duration of the stopover yourself, so you can have a quick stopover in Reykjavik or stay in Iceland for up to a week during your trip to North America.
Stopover can be booked easily when booking flights.
What to do in Iceland during a stopover?
The wonderful nature of Iceland guarantees that you would like to stay in the country for a longer time. There is enough to choose from for a visit of one day or a whole week.
Even a short visit can fit in a lot: you can spend a day in the country’s capital, Reykjavik, looking at the architecture, Icelandic city atmosphere and scenery, or take part in the popular Golden Circle tour. If you just want to relax, you can do it experientially with a visit to the Blue Lagoon or among the locals at Laugardalslaug land swimming pool.
During a longer stopover, you will of course have time to experience more. Even a few days offer memorable experiences, when you can spend time both in Reykjavik and in nature destinations outside the city.
Stop by, for example, on a whale-watching cruise, ride an Icelandic horse on lava fields, or go on a trip to a glacier lagoon.
Icelandair’s website has comprehensive information tips for stopover days mixed excursionswhich makes visiting Iceland easy.
Watch the video and immerse yourself in Iceland during the stopover!
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