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[IcelandAir] Toronto to London & Iceland w/ Icelandair $406

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Toronto to London & Iceland w/ Icelandair $406

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Got an email from Next Departure.

Icelandair is showing cheap multi-city flights to London & Iceland from Toronto for only $406 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

You can only extend the stopover in Iceland for up to 3 days.

BAGGAGE POLICY:
Icelandair fares include 1 carry-on and 1 personal item. Refer to the airlines policy for additional details and baggage fees.

AVAILABILITY:
Select dates departing from mid-November to early-December & January to mid-March

Sample Google flight link:
https://www.google.ca/flights?source=fl ... 1;t:f;tt:m

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Thanks OP. If you follow the Googe Flights link and change Toronto to Vancouver, you can do the same itinerary for $546. Great deal!
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Great deal! For someone who wants to visit iceland only there are similar dates with iceland air you can get for $460 all-in.

Thanks OP
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Great price...Anyone know of good and reasonable accommodations in London?
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Weather in London isnt too bad in Jan/Feb, but Iceland is going to be like Canada weather.
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Akizuki wrote: Weather in London isnt too bad in Jan/Feb, but Iceland is going to be like Canada weather.
Neither are winter destinations in my books but I guess some people really love winter.
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I went to Iceland in November 2015.

The weather wasn’t too bad but the short days make it tricky to get a lot done.
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Miss the WOWAIR days to KEF for $240
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blindemboss wrote: Great price...Anyone know of good and reasonable accommodations in London?
Probably no such thing as reasonable accommodation in London.
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Airbnb should give some cheaper accom there

I hope Icelandair becomes the next WowAir

Also, after you get to London there's cheap roundtrip domestic flights to other places in Europe, if you book in advance
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I keep getting errors like "unfortunately, the fare has gone up by $200 since we last checked".
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It's a great deal, but want to highlight that for some reason the aircraft is listed as "Boeing 737MAX 9 Passenger". I thought all the 737MAX are still grounded?
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Germ wrote: It's a great deal, but want to highlight that for some reason the aircraft is listed as "Boeing 737MAX 9 Passenger". I thought all the 737MAX are still grounded?
Based on FlightAware, it should be Boeing 757-300 (https://zh.flightaware.com/live/flight/ICE602). I think Google Flight got it wrong this time.
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Akizuki wrote: Weather in London isnt too bad in Jan/Feb, but Iceland is going to be like Canada weather.
Because of the Gulf Stream, Reykjavik is usually warmer than Toronto during the winter, despite being near the Arctic Circle. It's still not "warm" in the traditional sense of the word, but it's usually not bitter cold.
Xtrema wrote: Neither are winter destinations in my books but I guess some people really love winter.
Iceland is a great place to see the aurora borealis in the winter due to its latitude, clear skies and long nights. A lot of people travel there during that time of year specifically to see them.
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This is a great deal, the gf and I were looking to go to England and were able to book two round trip tickets for $675 pp, which is amazing (apparently). I've never been to England but everyone who has tells me this was a great deal

I had to pay slightly more per ticket due to my luggage
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Talamasca wrote: Because of the Gulf Stream, Reykjavik is usually warmer than Toronto during the winter, despite being near the Arctic Circle. It's still not "warm" in the traditional sense of the word, but it's usually not bitter cold.



Iceland is a great place to see the aurora borealis in the winter due to its latitude, clear skies and long nights. A lot of people travel there during that time of year specifically to see them.
When one speaks of the aurora borealis, this simpsons scene gets into my head everytime,,,

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Make sure to buy the majority of your drinking alcohol in Iceland at DutyFree. Alcohol outside duty free is super expensive.
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sprung wrote: Just a reminder, Iceland is very expensive to visit (hotels, food, etc). Budget accordingly

https://guidetoiceland.is/travel-info/h ... is-iceland
I visited Iceland a couple years ago, it's very expensive! We rented a car, which cost about $350/day, plus gas is about $2.50/L. Our airbnb in Reykjavik was quite reasonable at about $150/night (hotels there are closer to $400/night). Dining out is expensive too. I remember going out for lunch, we got 2 bowls of stew and 2 small sandwiches for about $60 CAD.

There are ways to save money though. We hit the grocery stores to make a lot of our own meals (still expensive but cheaper than eating out). Ate a lot of hot dogs on the road (they love hot dogs over there!). We did a free walking tour of Reykjavik, and all the natural sights are free to visit. We also skipped the expensive Blue Lagoon and went to the Secret Lagoon instead.

All that said, I would love to go back. The country is beautiful and the people are very friendly.
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Frank311 wrote: I visited Iceland a couple years ago, it's very expensive! We rented a car, which cost about $350/day, plus gas is about $2.50/L. Our airbnb in Reykjavik was quite reasonable at about $150/night (hotels there are closer to $400/night). Dining out is expensive too. I remember going out for lunch, we got 2 bowls of stew and 2 small sandwiches for about $60 CAD.

There are ways to save money though. We hit the grocery stores to make a lot of our own meals (still expensive but cheaper than eating out). Ate a lot of hot dogs on the road (they love hot dogs over there!). We did a free walking tour of Reykjavik, and all the natural sights are free to visit. We also skipped the expensive Blue Lagoon and went to the Secret Lagoon instead.

All that said, I would love to go back. The country is beautiful and the people are very friendly.

I think Blue Lagoon is one of the must visit places in Iceland.

I went there earlier this yea rand dont regret Blue Lagoon one bit. I dont remember what the cost was, but the entrance included some facial cleansing clay when you are inside, and a drink in the spa. Great atmosphere & experience. My hair was frozen solid lol and I got to see the sun rise while in the lagoon at like 10:30am.


Edit:
If you decide to go to Blue Lagoon, make sure to check out the sauna, and the steam room. They have a waterfall you can go under for some message. All 3 of these amenities are near each other after you step outside.

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