Iceland erupts with hot travel offers
Iceland is happening - quite literally - and the time to visit is now. As the volcano near Eyjafjallajokul continues to erupt, Icelandair Holidays is pleased to announce its latest steaming offer, the Hot Iceland City Break from £219 including flights from London Heathrow, Manchester or Glasgow and 3 nights 4-star accommodation.
This price represents a savings of £90 over the Iceland City Break, so with the money saved passengers can take advantage of various day trips from Reykjavik including tours to the country’s numerous dormant volcanoes.
Iceland is one of the most geologically active areas in the world since it is situated on the convergence of two tectonic plates. As a result, it is a land full of volcanoes, lava fields and hot springs, not to mention glaciers and black sand beaches. Volcanoes help define Iceland and hold a special place in the heart of Icelandair since our aircraft are named after famous Iceland volcanoes like Hekla and Katla.
The good news is that the current eruption does not impose a safety risk for travellers. In addition to Iceland’s exciting nature, visitors can take advantage of the best exchange rate in decades and enjoy Iceland’s gourmet dining, chic boutique shopping and cool spa culture.
The offer is good through 31st May 2010 travel. Travel through 15th June may be available at higher rates. The package must be booked online at icelandair.co.uk by 7th April and is subject to both flight and hotel availability. Icelandair is one of Iceland’s longest established companies, connecting the world and Iceland for over 70 years.