Icelandair is currently offering a city break package in Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland, with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the recent volcanic activity close to Eyjafjallajokull glacier in the south of Iceland. The Volcano City Break package deal is the perfect way to witness and experience the outstanding natural beauty and stunning sight of this Iceland volcano erupting.
The volcano tour is a 6 hour round trip and picks you up from right outside your hotel at 17:30 in the evening after arrival in Iceland. The coach then drives to the volcanic region near the Eyjafjallajokull glacier, taking you to the best possible place to view the exciting and exhilarating beauty of the volcanic eruption – obviously without getting too close for comfort.
The Volcano City Break package includes return flights from either London Heathrow, Manchester or Glasgow, as well as luxury accommodation for 3 or 4 nights at a 4 star hotel in the heart of downtown Reykjavik and the volcano tour to Eyjafjallajokull with Reykjavik Excurisons.
Reykjavik accommodates an abundance of fine dining restaurants with delicous gourmet menus, alongside numerous shops and unique fashion boutiques all on the main shopping street, Laugavegur. So after experiencing the natural wonders of the Iceland countryside and the extraordinary volcanic activity, you can enjoy the rest of your time taking advantage of all that downtown Reykjavik has to offer.
For more information on city breaks and holidays in Iceland visit www.icelandair.co.uk
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For lovers of adventures and curious enough to discovers the real Iceland, the Volcanic City Break is the most favourable offer for Icelandic hospitality, gourment menus, shops, and a once in a life chance to see a minor volcanic eruption.
Is there a possibility to visit Blue Lagoon on the way to the airport ? Please do.
There was a group of british geologist students on snowmobiles on Myrdalsjokull the same day the volcano erupted, they probably were among the first to see this, there was a interview with them on tv where they said this was a great experiance,
icelanders dislike the british government, but no more than the averige brit does, i have not met any one in iceland that blames british people for anything, and i dont see why any one should.
It isn’t the British people Icelanders are made at, it is Mr. Brown and they wouldn’t do what (some of the British did to them) to their guests. Icelanders are very hospitable people, it is bred into us. No worries.
It would be nice to see the volcano but as somebody from Britain I am afraid that people in Iceland would be nasty to me and throw stuff at me.