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How much are vacation packages to Iceland?
Vacation packages, which provide both flights and hotels in Iceland, are priced from as little as $1,066. Make your daydreams a reality and book your dream trip with Travelocity today.
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Will I save money on my Iceland car rental if I book it with my hotel or flight?
You can with our Iceland vacation packages. With one of these, there are loads of ways to make your travel budget go further. Bundle any two or more car, flight, hotel and tour bookings and see the savings start to pile up. With your own ride, all the popular attractions around Iceland are just a road trip away.
What is the best time of year to go to Iceland?
Vacationing during the low season, , comes with a swag of benefits — think more affordable hotels and flights and less bumping shoulders with throngs of tourists. But there’s a real charm to the destination in the peak season. More events will be planned and more attractions will be open in . If you want to stretch your budget, usually offers the cheapest hotel prices. Expect to pay more for a room in .
What is there to do in Iceland?
Iceland has hidden surprises around every turn, however ensure you get to Thingvellir National Park and Hallgrimskirkja while you’re in town. These landmarks are popular with visitors.
Can I go on vacation to Iceland at this time?
Don’t fly off to Iceland without up-to-date facts about travel restrictions and quarantine policies. Travelocity’s Covid-19 Travel Advisor will fill in the blanks. Our local experts have pulled together all the info you need to make your vacation and flight as relaxed as possible.

Where to stay in Iceland: Best areas for travelers

  • Reykjavik: You can leave your worries behind you at a comfortable hotel like the Center Hotels Plaza, the City Center Hotel or the Hotel Reykjavik Centrum. Then, stroll around well-known sights such as Hallgrimskirkja.
  • Westfjords: It'll be tricky figuring out which of the many attractions to head to here first. Start at Latrabjarg Cliffs, Dynjandi and Museum of Sorcery and Witchcraft. If you've still got energy to spare, head on over to Hornstrandir Nature Reserve and Osvor Maritime Museum. Want to know where to get a fabulous night's sleep? The Country Hotel Heydalur, the Hotel Reykjanes and the Hótel Ísafjörður are our top picks.
  • Akureyri: City slickers and lovers of nature alike will find plenty to love about this place. Akureyri perfectly combines the hustle and bustle of urban life with nature-based sights like Akureyri Botanical Garden and Sulur. Hlidarfjall Akureyri is another great place to breathe in some fresh air. Explore the best of this destination from comfortable stays like the Acco Guesthouse, the Torg Guesthouse or the Hotel Kea by Keahotels.
  • Rangárþing eystra: This place is jampacked with unique sights to discover, such as Skogafoss, Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss. When the daylight fades, sleep off your adventures at the Hotel Selja, the Hotel Fljotshlid or the Skálakot Manor hotel.
  • Fjardabyggd: For a hotel that feels like a home away from home, check out the Hotel Bjarg. The Fosshotel Eastfjords and the Mjóeyri Travel holiday homes are two more options that make excellent bases for exploring. Start the sightseeing here at Icelandic Wartime Museum and Petra Steinasafn. Íslenska Striðsárasafnið is also worth squeezing into your schedule.