Optimism is increasing in the Iceland hospitality market, with holidaymakers drawn by the stunning scenery, quirky capital, Reykjavik, and a strong cultural scene. At the heart of it all is the Blue Lagoon. Here Breaking Travel News finds out more
Iceland’s low-cost carrier is offering adventurers the chance to witness a natural phenomenon, for free!
There are now “no disease prevention measures at the borders for passengers travelling to Iceland,” regardless of whether individuals are vaccinated or unvaccinated, authorities said.
Jet2.com has responded to strong demand for trips to Iceland by putting on its biggest ever programme of flights and breaks for next winter.
Guide to Iceland has been honoured with the title of Iceland’s Leading Destination Management Company at the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Ólafur Óli Ólafsson, chief sales officer with the company, to find out how it feels to have been recognised by voters from around the globe
The travel trade show for Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands, Vestnorden this month celebrated its 36th staging on the Reykjanes peninsular. Here Sapphire Goss calls in for Breaking Travel News
Viking will continue restarting limited operations with a collection of sailings around Bermuda and Iceland beginning in June. This is in addition to already revealed plans to offer trips from the UK.
People arriving in England from Denmark, Iceland, Curaçao and Slovakia will be expected to quarantine from Saturday after the quarter became the latest countries to removed from the quarantine safelist.
Iceland is now welcoming tourists from all EU and Schengen countries, and the UK, as the country reopens from the Covid-19 shutdown.
With Iceland enjoying clean air, sustainable energy and high national happiness, it is no surprise that Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is daydreaming about the country of fire and ice for its next development: Six Senses Össurá Valley.