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Reykjavik travel tips

1) You won't regret buying smoked salmon as a Reykjavik souvenir

Untypical for a European capital, in Reykjavik, you can find pretty good souvenirs even in the supermarket. Smoked salmon is highly appreciated among locals. For an authentic breakfast, take a piece of Icelandic brown bread, put a slice of salmon and splatter some drops of lemon juice on it. If you enjoy fish, you will be satisfied with this purchase. And don't forget to take some with you to treat friends at home.

2) Test your courage trying fermented shark meat in Islenski barinn bar in Reykjavik

Hakarl can satisfy even the most sophisticated gourmet's needs. The hakarl is served in Islenski barinn bar located on Ingolfsstraeti, 1a street. It tastes better with a glass of traditional unsweetened alcoholic schnapps, Brennivin. Fermented shark meat sounds scary, and it has an unusual taste indeed. But one person's disgusting food may be another person's delicacy. That's why it is worth trying.

3) Try geothermally baked bread “lava” in Efstidalur cafe in Reykjavik

If you go to observe geysers, do not forget to look into Efstidalur cafe. Geothermally baked bread is not a marketing trick; it has a special taste. Also, it does not cost much.

Travelers usually depart from George Best Belfast City, Belfast International, or Belfast - Great Victoria Street railway station when they travel from Belfast to Reykjavik. Book your trip to arrive at Keflavík International, Reykjavik BSI Bus Terminal, or Reykjavík. The distance between Belfast and Reykjavik is 1386 km. The most popular airlines for this route are easyJet, Icelandair, Ryanair, Wizz Air, and Aer Lingus. Belfast and Reykjavik have 152 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Reykjavik, consider visiting Gullfoss Waterfall, Iceland, Great Geysir, Iceland, Blue Lagoon, and Snaefellsnes.

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easyJetEZYU2YesOpens 720 days before flight
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IcelandairICEFIYesNo
RyanairRYRFRNoOpens 24 days before flight
Closes 2 hours before flight
Wizz AirWZZW6NoOpens 48 days before flight
Closes 3 hours before flight
Aer LingusEINEINoOpens 48 days before flight
Closes 5 hours before flight

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Belfast to Reykjavik?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Belfast and Reykjavik takes around 2.8 hours.
What is the flight distance between Belfast and Reykjavik?
The flight distance between Belfast and Reykjavik is 1386 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Belfast and Reykjavik?
Several carriers operate flights between Belfast and Reykjavik. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Jet2.
What are the most popular routes to and from Belfast?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Belfast and London, Edinburgh, New York, Manchester, Madrid, Prague, Budapest, Sofia, Dublin, Tel Aviv, Glasgow, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Denver, Alicante, Miami, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Oslo, Vilnius.
What are the most popular routes to and from Reykjavik?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Reykjavik and London, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Dallas, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Budapest, Chicago, Barcelona, Rome, Amsterdam, Atlanta, Dublin, Madrid, Lisbon, Milan, Paris, Berlin, Copenhagen.
Which airports are there in Belfast?
Belfast is mainly served by George Best Belfast City. But there are other airports nearby, including Belfast International.
What airports are near Belfast?
The main airport in Belfast is George Best Belfast City. It is also served by Dublin, Isle of Man, Ireland West Airport Knock, Glasgow Prestwick, Donegal, City of Derry.
What buses and trains depart from Belfast?
A number of bus and train companies depart from Belfast, including Aircoach, National Express.
Is it possible to combine flights, buses, and trains in one itinerary when traveling between Belfast and Reykjavik?
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