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Flights To Iceland From Florida Have Resumed For Summer 2020

If Iceland has been on your bucket list for a while now, this summer may be your chance to go. The beautiful country plans to lift some travel restrictions mid-June, allowing international flights after shutdowns across Europe during the pandemic. After spending so much time indoors, these flights to Iceland from Florida may pique your interest. 

Iceland's Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir said in May that tourists from around the world would be able to travel to the country by June 15, Iceland Review reported. The country has not allowed travelers since March 20.

The announcement is excellent news for adventurers who have been stuck indoors for the past few months. Not only will you enjoy the country's warmest weather, but you'll also be treated to lush green landscapes.

Flights to Iceland this summer may cost you less than you think. For example, you can fly roundtrip from Orlando to Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland, for $779 in July. Prices vary across Florida airports, so you will need to shop around for the best option.

While you're there, you can go for a soak in Iceland's famous Blue Lagoon. Get warmed up in this geothermal hot spring, and you'll feel like you're on another planet entirely.

This steamy oasis is a dream come true for adventure travelers. You can even get a natural face mask and a refreshing drink to sip during your dip in this bright blue spring.

If you decide to go in the fall or winter, you may be able to spot the Northern Lights illuminate this unique destination with vibrant hues. This natural phenomenon provides an incredible light show for lucky visitors. 

Escape your apartment this summer and explore the European country of Iceland, an extraordinary place just waiting for you to arrive. You won't believe your eyes when you see these spectacular sights.


Price: Flight costs vary

When: Starting June 15, 2020

Why You Need To Go: Floridians can soon enjoy the otherwordly beauty of Iceland this summer after months indoors. 

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