To take a thermal soak in the world's northernmost city, check out flights to Reykjavik, IS. As you fly into Keflavik International Airport (KEF), be sure to look out the plane's window to catch a glimpse of the breathtakingly blue expanse of Faxafloi Bay. Reykjavik might be one of the smallest capital cities in the world, but don't let its diminutive size fool you: The town is filled with an abundance of things to do and see! During the day, you can take a snapshot of the city's most photographed attraction, Tjornin Pond, and throw the resident birds a few crumbs of bread. When the sun sets, head over to the Imagine Peace Tower to marvel at the dazzling lights and view the words "Imagine Peace" inscribed in 24 different languages. Once night falls, you can check out Reykjavik's famous nightlife that stays hopping until dawn.
Before heading into Reykjavik, you might want to get a good night's sleep at one of the hotels close to Keflavik Int. The airport is located about 30 miles from Reykjavik, which translates to a roughly 45-minute drive, and many passengers on Reykjavik flights choose to take advantage of the airport's flybus services to reach the city and major hotels. After passing through customs, you'll see a flybus ticket office on your right. There's also a flybus ticket auto-mat near the terminal's exit. If you want, you can also take the bus, which has a stop that's a short five-minute walk from the airport terminal. Rental cars, chauffeur services, and taxis can be hired at the terminal to whisk you into the city and to your hotel.
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