Visit Iceland on a Free 7 Day Stopover with Icelandair

June 8, 2017
Destinations

Iceland has grown into a popular tourist destination over the last few years. Many people are wondering how expensive are flights to Iceland, how long should they go, is Iceland close, what about my other trips? Icelandair has listened to your concerns! 

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Now, you can get a connecting flight through Icelandair to 35 destinations in Europe (and 37 if you start in Europe) with a 7 day stopover that is no additional cost to your ticket. What the what?!

This has been active for some time but I don't think people take advantage of it enough! With the rise of Airbnb's you can get an affordable place to stay in Iceland for up to 7 nights and experience the wonder that is Iceland before you begin your trip. Think of it as a pre-trip! 

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Some popular end destinations: 

Hamburg, Germany

Brussels, Belgium

Glasgow, Scotland

London, England

Oslo, Norway

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Copenhagen, Denmark

Geneva, Switzerland

Stockholm, Sweden

Paris, France

Barcelona, Spain

Belfast, Ireland

Milan, Italy

+ More! 

Iceland is a fairly small country and you can do some extensive exploring in just 7 days! You can check out Liz from Young Adventuress and what she was able to do in 7 days here. Be warned-there are some awesome pictures and experiences in there. You may get jealous and just hop on a plane right now.

Even if you decide to only spend a day or two in Iceland, you will get to experience Reykjavik and see a whole new way of life. I really do recommend it! What an opportunity.

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If you are thinking of going to Iceland, download a free sheet on basic Icelandic. Perfect for travelers! Grab it over here!

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Want even more on Iceland? I got you covered, honey.

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Ask Siggi: When is the Best Time to Visit Iceland? 

Siggi Einarson

My name is Siggi-dubbed by my American friends because of the Icelandic yogurt-I am a writer, polyglot, and aspiring expat, not a cup of yogurt (unfortunately).

My love for travelling began with a trip to Iceland and Sweden to visit my family when I was just 15 years old. I spent so long dreaming of the possibilities of life abroad but I always figured these dreams were too far reached. Flash forward almost 10 years, here I am again, both cursing and thanking this damn travel bug.

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