Travel to Iceland

Iceland is a red-hot destination for tourists. Linda Snyder from AAA Minneapolis stopped by with three ways to explore the country.

Three ways to visit:

1. By cruise ship

  • The Celebrity Reflection travels to Ireland and Iceland, making stops in Reykjavik and Akureyri, along with Dublin, Corkc and Belfast
  • 10 nights
  • Starting at $1,980 per person for a Veranda cabin, not including airfare

2. Guided vacation

  • Iceland: Land of Fire & Ice, through AAA Member Choice Vacations
    • 9 days, 8 nights
    • Includes 7 breakfasts and 6 dinners
    • From $3,099 per person in April — goes up to $3,999
    • Now booking into 2020
  • Plan a self-guided Northern Lights trip through Avanti Destinations
    • Includes three nights in Reykjavik
    • Also includes a car rental for 4 days
    • Starts at $1,850 per person

3. On your own

  • Airfare is about $600-800 roundtrip
  • 7 to 10 days will provide ample time
  • There are minimal hotels and they fill up quickly, so plan as far in advance as possible
  • Stop by the AAA Travel Store to get travel guides
    • Moon Iceland
    • Eyewitness Travel Iceland
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