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Discover magical Iceland

Impressive Iceland is famous for its breathtaking nature, hot springs, geysers and of course the magnificent Northern Lights. If this unique island is on your bucket list, book your dream holiday to Iceland now with Transavia Holidays.

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Reykjavik

The capital of Iceland, Reykjavik is the largest city in the country with just over 100,000 inhabitants. Go shopping on the colourful shopping street Laugavegur and then take a break at one of the many lively cafés or restaurants. Also make sure to visit the tallest church in Reykjavik, Hallgrimskirka. If you’re curious about the Northern Lights, visit the Aurora Reykjavik. This museum tells you everything you want to know about this natural phenomenon. Visit the theatre, admire impressive nature photography and have your own picture taken in the photo booth.

"Fun fact: there are more cars than people in Iceland. The car is the most popular mode of transport. There is almost no public transport on the island."

The Northern Lights

Of course you want to see the Northern Lights for yourself! No problem: bus tours depart daily from Reykjavik to take you to spots where you have the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Or if you don’t want to take the bus, another option is a round trip on a yacht. No matter where you go in Iceland, the Northern Lights are truly spectacular and a highlight of any trip. Tip: your best chance of seeing the Northern Lights is from September to April. Also keep an eye on the weather forecast – on cloudy nights, visibility will be significantly reduced.

Iceland's spectacular nature

Iceland is also known for its hot springs, of which the Blue Lagoon is the most famous. Make sure to bring your camera as the Blue Lagoon is ideal for a photo shoot. To truly explore Iceland, travel the Golden Circle route. This 300-kilometre route takes you to numerous highlights, including the Kerið crater lake, a blue lake created by a volcanic eruption. The route also takes you to Gullfoss, a waterfall that drops down over two stages, with mist that creates beautiful rainbows. From Gullfoss, it's only a few more minutes to the geysers of Geysir and Stokkur. Although Geysir is no longer active, Stokkur most certainly is: every 4 to 8 minutes, you witness an eruption of boiling-hot water. You can travel the Golden Circle with an organised tour or rent a car and do it yourself. It's easy to reserve a rental car when you book your trip with Transavia Holidays. See you soon in Iceland