Ever dreamt of Iceland? We have found you a cheap flight deal to Iceland from London Luton in March, We also have a few more cheap flight deals from Luton and London Stansted and further down the page allowing you to be more flexible, but save money!
Return flights to Iceland from London Luton for only £42!
Flights from London Luton airport on the 12th of March
3 hour and 05 minute flight to Reykjavik Keflavik airport
Return flight on the 19th March from Reykjavik airport
2 hour and 55 minute flight to London Luton airport
Flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person
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Flights from London Stansted and Luton operated by EasyJet
Upgrades and extras are available on all flights
All flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person.
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Five things to do in Iceland
5- Þingvellir National Park
Only about 40 km away from the capital Reykjavik, Þingvellir National Park is one of the most popular places to visit in Iceland, and for a good reason. Iceland is divided by the Mid-Atlantic Rift and is the only place in the world where the rift is above sea-level, and the place to see this natural wonder is Þingvellir National Park.
The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is natures spa. This warm Geothermal pool contains many natural ingredients including mineral salts, silica and blue, green Algae. These natural ingredients combine to cleanse and exfoliate your skin but also help to cleanse and exfoliate your mind and soul. Be sure to pre-book your place well in advance, so you don’t miss out.
Strokkur is possibly the most famous geyser' in Iceland and for a good reason. Strokkur erupts every 6-10 Minutes and can erupt up to 40 meters high! Strokkur is part of the Haukadalur valley area, which has more geothermal delights like, mud pools, fumaroles and also more geysers such as the famous Geysir geyser.
Jökulsárlón which means glacial river lagoon is the deepest lake in ice land and is most known for its beautiful luminous blue icebergs. Jökulsárlón has been the setting for four major Hollywood movies such as A View to Kill, Die Another Day, Batman Begins and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
The northern lights are one of the worlds great natural wonders, and on nearly everyone’s bucket list. Now Iceland is one of the best places to see the Northern lights, but sadly it's not guaranteed. The best time to see the Northern lights is between September and mid-April. If you see the Northern lights, you will be one of the lucky ones, but you will never forget it.