Cheap flights to Iceland!
Cheap flights from Paris, France to Iceland from only €88 round-trip with Transavia!
The energy is palpable on the magical Iceland, where astonishing natural phenomena blend together in a perfect harmony.
Ice and fire
Iceland is one of the most geologically young and volcanically active areas in the world. Set in stunning scenery, it is the country of extreme contrasts, where fire and ice co-exist. You'll discover the forces of nature like volcanoes, boiling rivers and mud pools. See the famous great Geysir as well as spurting Strokkur. Visit a greenhouse powered by geothermal energy and learn about geyser cooking. Even the hot tap water in Iceland smells of sulphur. The cold water is some of the purest in the world - it comes from the glacial runoff.
The glaciers and ice caps cover 11.1% of the land area. In Kverkfjöll volcanic mountain range hot springs have melted numerous ice caves into the glacier. Sail among the huge 1000 year old icebergs in the picturesque scenery of Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. If you are lucky you might even see some seals!
Go to Destination Fly4free: Iceland >> and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
August to October 2019
To check all available dates follow the links below and use the calendar view on Transavia’s website.
Paris – Reykjavik – Paris
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One cabin bag per passenger.
Paris – Reykjavik – Paris >>>
In Reykjavik we encourage you to stay at top rated Guesthouse Borg. Located at just 5 minutes drive from the Blue Lagoon this property features rooms with desks and wardrobes, shared bathroom and laundry facilities. A fully equipped kitchen is available for all guests. Breakfast included in the price.
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