Do you want to experience something else than summer holidays on the beach? How about a destination that is just amazing especially in September? -Then, get to know Iceland and travel to Reykjavik! The capital of Iceland has an irresistible charm and lies in the North of the country. Therefore you have the chance to see the beautiful northern lights even in September, that are very unusual to see during this time. I can tell you that it is indescribable to look at the play of colours in the sky. You should convince yourself of that :)
There are many other things that you can do in Reykjavik like enjoying little airshows or visiting the Blue Lagoon. That’s a place that is simply awesome and it is just a 45 minutes’ drive away from the city. The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa in the open countryside with water temperatures between 35°C and 40°C. There’s a steam bath carved out of a lava cave and a wonderful waterfall. Sounds great doesn’t it?
Thus, book your trip of 7 days on Expedia incl. the 2-star Reykjavik Hostel Village (58% on TripAdvisor) with flights from Bristol for only £228 per person . The hostel is basic but very clean and recent reviews are very positive. You get more than expected and the location of the hostel is great for exploring Reykjavik. It’s only a 6 minutes’ walk to the city centre and just about a mile from the airport. So no worries about the distances and complicated connections to the hostel :)
- Iceland: 7 Nights incl. Hostel and Flights for only £228
- Travel period: 16/09/2014 – 23/09/2014
- Travel duration: 7 nights
- Airport of departure: Bristol Airport
- Airline: easyJet
- Hotel: 2-star Reykjavik Hostel Village
- Rating: 58% on TripAdvisor out of 154 reviews
- Location: approx. 1 mile from the airport Reykjavik. 6 minutes’ walk to the city centre
- Destination: Reykjavik/Iceland
- Board basis: self catering
- Airport transfer in Iceland: not included, but the hostel is close to the airport so that you can walk or take a taxi. Taxi prices are ca. 6€ (≈£5).
- Price: only £228 per person based on two adults sharing