Book flights from Reykjavik to Moscow
Flying from Reykjavik
Flights from Reykjavik depart from Keflavik International Airport (KEF). The airport is located roughly 50 kilometers southwest of Reykjavik in the city of Keflavik. Be aware that, because of changes to the baggage handling system, it is recommended that travelers arrive for their outgoing flights at least two to two and half hours before departure.
Keflavik International Airport Information
Keflavik International Airport (KEF) is equipped to offer its visitors a variety of services and amenities. Travel agents and tourist information are readily available should your vacation extend beyond your stay in Reykjavik. Before your flight, check out the restaurants and shops offering unique Icelandic food and goods. The airport also offers banking services, including currency exchange. Several airport hotels are available as well.
Getting to the Airport in Reykjavik
You have several options if you wish to take a taxi to the Keflavik International Airport. The drive between the airport and Reykjavik takes approximately 30-35 minutes depending on traffic. Ask at your hotel for available companies and contact information. An Airport Express bus to Keflavik International Airport picks up at Lækjartorg in Reykjavik’s downtown area and takes approximately 45 minutes to reach the airport.
Arriving in Moscow
Moscow is a tapestry of Eastern European culture and tradition with hints of contemporary life peeking through its seams. Experience an abundance of art, history, and modernity all packed into a single city when you book your flights to Moscow. Find flight deals to Moscow through airberlin and reach your destination in comfort and style.
First Time in Moscow
The inner city in Moscow is divided by ‘ring roads’ that circle around the city at intervals, with Red Square at its center. The innermost rings are the most frequented by tourists and pass by most major attractions such as the Kremlin and several cathedrals.
Take your children to the Obraztsov Puppet Theater, which holds performances every evening during the winter. For an unusual experience when you travel to Moscow, visit a ‘banya,’ an authentic Russian Bathhouse, where you’ll experience hot saunas followed by a brisk whipping with birch branches to improve circulation.
Making the Most of Your Moscow Holiday
Cheap hotels in Moscow are readily available throughout the year. Be sure to register your accommodation plans as soon as you have tickets to Moscow.