Keflavik Airport, about 50 kilometres from the capital Reykjavik is where you will land when visiting Reykjavik or Iceland as a whole. For more information about other airports throughout the world, also see the list of airports.
From the Keflavik Travel Guide
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We've already paid the hostel before our vacations, but during the check-out they said that we have to pay another price (more expensive) because we haven't got a kind of "Hostel membership card". In addition to that, during the booking we checked for a breakfast incuded in the price. ... more
Very satisfied. Nice accomadation, friendly staff. Low rate on cleanliness due to fungues in coffeemachine ... more
A really nice comfortable place, furnished with interesting artefacts, including a tapestry made by the owner. We spent our last night in Iceland here - unfortunately it was a hideously early flight, but breakfast facilities were available at any time. Easy walking distance from the town's restaurants etc. ... more
as it was in Boston. I flew U.S. Airways to Boston and took Icelandair. I landed at Keflavik International Airport. Keflavik was built by Americans during the Cold War. It is 45 minutes from Reykjavik. I heard "One Of Us ...
iceland next summer
on the way in from Keflavik (the airport) or heading back, is the Blue Lagoon. Reykjavik Excursions run ...
Reykjavik - One day and night - what to do?
comes alive again. The sulphur pool near Keflavik airport is a great afternoon out too. It's a huge pool ...
The Blue Lagoon
The best cure for jet lag (and two layovers) is a trip to the Blue Lagoon directly from Keflavik airport--a 20 minute drive to a world of soothing waters and relaxation. We opted to stay at the Blue Lagoon Clinic, which is a beautiful hotel with its own private lagoon for guests, connected ...
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