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We’ve put together a short, handy little guide to Iceland, and why it’s such a treasure to visit all year round...
Escape the rainy run-up to Christmas at home and take a trip to a far-away, festive haven!
At Fleetway we pride on bringing you not only great deals to your favourite, tried and tested destinations, but also something a little out of the ordinary. Our magical Arctic Experience trip is indeed one of a lifetime! But don’t take our word for it - we caught up with Sarah, who heads up our Sales department, on her memories and experiences from an extraordinary trip to Lapland. #fleetwaytravels
Chasing the Northern Lights, however, is an unpredictable art form which sometimes can leave you with time on your hands, where you’re just waiting for the phenomenon to appear. Bringing a book with you will help you while away the wait during the dark winter nights, and what better way to enjoy Iceland than to immerse yourself in some local literature.
Spending an extended weekend in Iceland means making sure you pack in all the things worth seeing and doing here. Don't fret, though, we've kindly compiled a useful list that you are free to follow to make sure you get the full experience of this wonderful Viking island.
At Fleetway we are proud to announce that as of today, we have commenced a long-term partnership with Stellar to deliver a holiday experience that will literally be out of this world.
Being a company of keen travellers, we enjoy catching up with our costumers after they have been one of our holidays, to get the inside information on what they recommend to see and do when choosing to go to a certain destination. We recently caught up with Harry who discovered Iceland for less through our package deal that enabled him to go on three different tours and twice try to spot the Northern Lights.
Scandinavia is more than just woolly jumpers, flat packs and thrilling crime dramas, and although lots of tourists make their way to the main cities of Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo each year, there are plenty of spots of sheer natural beauty hiding in plain sight across Scandinavia. From the greenery and flat landscapes of Denmark and southern Sweden, via the rocky fjords and vast forests of Norway and Sweden, to the snow-capped mountains, frozen sea and jaw-dropping Northern Lights of the Arctic north, this is a corner of the world adorned with gems of natural magnificence. Here are five of these that can be found across Southern Scandinavia.