How to find cheap flights to Reykjavik
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Airports with direct flights to Reykjavik
Flights to Reykjavik via stopovers depart from Ben Gurion Airport TLV near Tel Aviv.
What airlines fly to Reykjavik from Israel?
You can find cheap flights to Reykjavik from Tel Aviv operated by multiple airlines. For example, easyJet flies via Luton, Wizz Air via Budapest, or fly with Norwegian to Barcelona and continue with Vueling We’ll show you all the options.
Airports in Reykjavik
Cheap flights to Reykjavik from Tel Aviv arrive at Keflavík International Airport KEF also known as Reykjavík–Keflavík Airport. The airport is located 50 km southwest of Reykjavík. You can reach the city of Reykjavik by Airport Express bus operated by Gray Line Iceland. It departs 35- 45 minutes after each scheduled arriving flight. The fare starts at 2,400 ISK (around ₪71) or 3,900 for a round-trip (₪115).
Flybus is another option; it’s located right outside the airport. The bus leaves 35-40 minutes after the arrival of each flight. The trip to Reykjavík takes approximately 45 minutes. Transfers are available to all major hotels, the Youth Hostel, Laugardalur camping area, and the domestic airport. Fares start at 2,700 ISK (₪80) or 4,900 ISK round-trip (₪145). The more affordable way to reach the city is by bus route 55 at Strætó which departs nine times a day, and the fare is 1,760 ISK (₪52.10). Several taxi companies are operating from and to the airport. If you are planning to rent a car, check the offers we have on Skyscanner Car Rental.
If you’re planning a domestic flight once you arrive in Iceland, these leave and arrive at Reykjavik Airport RKV, located only 2 km from the city center. All prices subject to change, you should check the Keflavik Airport website for current details before your flight.
When to go to Reykjavik?
As its name suggests, Iceland’s summer is a little different than the one we have in Israel. July and August are the warmest months with 13 degrees during the day. Between June and August, you can enjoy 21 hours of daylight and experience the midnight sun. From November to April the temperatures are 0 or below at night. Winter time is your best chance to find cheap flights to Reykjavik and save some Icelandic Króna also on hotels. We have a solution for your accommodation too, compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels.
Reykjavik is home to many festivals throughout the year. Book cheap flights to Reykjavik in September if you are Jazz lovers. Vikings from all over the world meet at the Viking Festival in June. Dark Music Days is a festival of contemporary music which takes place during the darkest period of the Icelandic winter. Reykjavik Pride takes place in August with tens of thousands of locals and visitors. December is the city’s stunning Christmas season, crowned regularly with displays of enchanting Northern Lights.
What to see and do in Reykjavik?
The world’s most northern capital city, Reykjavik is like a big friendly village. Colorful buildings, a world-famous live music scene, and some of the craziest nightlife Europe has to offer, Reykjavik offers you an exotic vacation of a lifetime.
Reykjavik is the perfect destination for taking a break from culture and civilization. Visit the many breath-taking parks and gardens, all within the limits of the city and they are never too far away. During the winter you even have a chance to see the northern lights.
Despite the cold weather and its small size, Reykjavik is home to a vast number of annual festivals all year round, attracting countless festival lovers from around the world. Whether it’s art, food, fun, holiday, lights or music festivals - you have something to do every month even if the temperatures are well below freezing.
You won’t finish your trip hungry, as Reykjavik has an impressive number of quality restaurants and award-winning chefs. You have to try the local Icelandic cuisine; they even have great Icelandic coffee!
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This information is correct as of April 2019
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