Here's a snippet of our incredible trip to Iceland
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Iceland is only an hour’s hop off the top of Scotland, but step off the plane in Reykjavik and it feels like you’re stepping into another world – Lord of the Rings was almost filmed here, after all, and you can take in this eerily open landscape without spending an entire day (or more) in the air. From the Blue Lagoon to one of the world’s biggest geisers (watch this space for the accompanying video), observe, wonder, dream over our snippet gallery below... and then start planning your trip. (On a side note, can you tell where the glacier ends and the sky begins? We struggled.) Here’s how you can get to Iceland: WOW air currently flies 10 times per week from London Gatwick to Reykjavik with twice-daily departures on Monday, Thursday and Sunday. WOW air’s direct route between London Gatwick and Reykjavik costs from just £49 one way, which includes taxes and hand luggage allowance (one bag measuring 56cm x 45cm x 25cm) plus handbag and duty-free shopping bag. WOW air will launch flights to Boston and Washington in the US in 2015 with prices starting from £99 each way. For more information or to book please visit www.wowair.co.uk or call 0118 321 8384.
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