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Reykjavik travel tips

1) Mark one more marvellous souvenir from Reykjavik – volcanic ash

The most popular souvenir from Reykjavik (as from Iceland itself) is high-quality wool clothes such as sweaters, socks and scarves. But besides these, there is one more marvellous memorabilia — volcanic ash. Bring a physical part of Iceland with you to any corner of the world.

2) Stay up and have fun at night in Reykjavik; there are venues for any taste

In a city of everlasting sunlight like Reykjavik, hanging out at night is always a good idea. Remember that locals usually start their night drinking at home and usually do not stumble into bars before 23:00. But as soon as an hour hand hits 23:00, head to 101 Reykjavik street and visit Kaffibarinn pub. If you have a sweet tooth, do not miss a chance to try local liquors like Topas or Opal. And for strong drink lovers, there is popular Reyka vodka.

3) Be ready to unclothe fully before attending a swimming pool in Reykjavik

It would be wrong to leave Reykjavik without visiting any public baths. Remember that people here are very strict when it comes to hygiene. According to local rules, you need to shower naked before going to the swimming pool and only then put your bathing suit on. Otherwise, one can expect to be told off by attendants. You’re in Iceland, after all, so try to perceive this feature as a body-positive gesture.

Travelers usually depart from Toronto Pearson International, Billy Bishop Toronto City, Toronto Union Train Station, Toronto-Guildwood Train station, or Toronto - Yorkdale when they travel from Toronto to Reykjavik. Book your trip to arrive at Keflavík International, Reykjavik BSI Bus Terminal, or Reykjavík. The distance between Toronto and Reykjavik is 4175 km. The most popular airlines for this route are Icelandair, United Airlines, Air Canada, Porter Airlines, and Lufthansa. Toronto and Reykjavik have 232 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Reykjavik, consider visiting Blue Lagoon, Snaefellsnes, Great Geysir, Iceland, and Gullfoss Waterfall, Iceland.

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Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Toronto to Reykjavik?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Toronto and Reykjavik takes around 5.6 hours.
What is the flight distance between Toronto and Reykjavik?
The flight distance between Toronto and Reykjavik is 4175 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Toronto and Reykjavik?
Several carriers operate flights between Toronto and Reykjavik. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Icelandair.
What are the most popular routes to and from Toronto?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Toronto and New York, Orlando, Las Vegas, Denver, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Mexico City, Bogotá, Dallas, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Cancún, Houston, Washington, D.C., Dhaka, Fort Lauderdale, London.
What are the most popular routes to and from Reykjavik?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Reykjavik and Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Ottawa, Kelowna.
Which airports are there in Toronto?
Toronto is mainly served by Billy Bishop Toronto City. But there are other airports nearby, including Toronto Pearson International, Downsview Airport, Buttonville Municipal Airport.
What airports are near Toronto?
The main airport in Toronto is Billy Bishop Toronto City. It is also served by Buffalo Niagara International, Greater Rochester International, Niagara Falls International, John C. Munro Hamilton International, London International, Chautauqua County-Jamestown, Kingston/Norman Rogers, Region of Waterloo International, Sarnia Chris Hadfield.
What buses and trains depart from Toronto?
A number of bus and train companies depart from Toronto, including GO Transit train.
Is it possible to combine flights, buses, and trains in one itinerary when traveling between Toronto and Reykjavik?
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