RSS Feed

Related Articles

Related Categories

Fun in Reykjavik’s midnight sun

22nd July 2009 Print
Head to Reykjavik with Iceland Express to see the country’s quirky customs come alive. Reykjavik’s shops, banks and offices are set to become playing grounds for colourful activities and entertainment during the city’s famous Culture Night.

Held in celebration of Iceland’s magical and unusual traditions, the 24-hour party will be held on the same day as the Reykjavik Marathon – 22 August 2009.

Iceland Express, Iceland’s low-fare airline, is offering flights to the unmissable event from just £69.00 one-way including taxes.

Reykjavik Culture Night will fill the city streets with everything from art exhibitions and fairs to Icelandic dance performances and fireworks.

With the midnight sun keeping things light for almost 24 hours, the fun will carry on into the night when the capital continues to buzz with life and excitement.

Reykjavik’s bars, restaurants, shops and galleries will also stay open late to cater for the large crowds that flock to the city from around the world.

Iceland Express operates a daily service between London Gatwick and Reykjavik.

The airline offers a 50 per cent discount for children under the age of 12 years, a healthy in-flight menu and onboard entertainment.

Iceland Express is Iceland's low-fare airline connecting the Icelandic capital of Reykjavík with 17 airports in Europe including Copenhagen, London, Alicante, Basel, Berlin, Billund, Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, Friedrichshafen, Gothenburg, Paris, Barcelona and Warsaw. The airline, which launched in 2003, operates a daily service between London Gatwick and Reykjavík and has up to ten flights per week.

Iceland Express has no length-of-stay restrictions, no Sunday rule and easy online booking. The airline won Best Website Award at the 2007 World Low Cost Airline Awards.

For reservations go to