Reykjavik with Children

Sat on the lava rocks outside Reykjavik.

Guest blogger Nichola tells you why Reykjavik should be on your radar for a city break with the kids.

Reykjavik, the world's northernmost capital city has long been on my personal bucket list but I wasn't sure how family friendly it would be with three young children.

What we found was a city which was so welcoming and interesting, with plenty to keep us all occupied. Continue reading Reykjavik with Children

Top five things to do in Reykjavik

Blue Lagoon Reykjavik

Take a trip to the Blue Lagoon on a Reykjavik getaway!

The majestic city of Reykjavik makes a great alternative to the usual city break destinations, offering so much to explore.

If you're looking for a unique getaway this could be the answer - here's the five top attractions and activities in the area to make sure you get the best out of your trip. Continue reading Top five things to do in Reykjavik

Top 10 travel blogs in November

Blogger of the Month

Blogger of the Month

As always the the blog team have been busy finding new and exciting blogs throughout November.

This month there have been some great blogs about winter destinations, and though talk has started to turn to Christmas and all of the delights it entails, there have been beautifully sunny destinations pulling focus.

Check out the Top 10 November blogs:
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A Guide to Reykjavik

The Aurora Borealis will look its spectacular best in 2012

The Aurora Borealis will look its spectacular best in 2012

Reykjavik is the most northerly capital city in the world. When you think of holidays to Iceland, you might imagine rural landscapes and lots of snow.

Reykjavik, however, is a modern, diverse and charming city that visitors from all over the world fall in love with.

Due to a solar phenomenon the spectacle of Iceland's northern lights will display at its most intense since the 1950s, and what better reason to discover the wonders of Iceland's capital in 2012.

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