Book flights from Venice (VCE) to Reykjavik (KEF)
Flying from Venice
With two main airports, flights from Venice can be made easily. Passengers can comfortably fly with airberlin out of Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), located eight kilometers north of the city, in the town of Tessera.
Venice Marco Polo Airport Information
Named after the Venetian traveler and author, Venice Marco Polo Airport opened its modern building in 2002. Consisting of a lone multi-level terminal, the facility’s three floors are separated into arrival, departure, and check-in desk areas, and are able to handle more than six million travelers every year.
The airport features lost property offices, money exchanges, banks, guest lounges, and a first-aid clinic. Parking is readily available on a short-term or long-term basis, and several nearby hotels can booked from within the airport. Travelers can satisfy their material desires by finding spectacular Italian designs and cuisine in a range of airport boutiques and restaurants.
Getting to the Airport in Venice
You can take a bus to Venice Marco Polo Airport with the ATVO fly bus line. The trip takes about 20-25 minutes and leaves twice an hour. Alternatively, take a taxi to Venice Marco Polo Airport in 20 minutes, or take a leisurely trip by water cab, which will take an hour and a half.
Arriving in Reykjavik
When you book flights to Reykjavik you will begin a journey unlike any you have experienced before. Crystal blue skies arch over quaint city streets and the majestic Esja mountain range stands guard over this gem of Nordic culture. Visit airberlin.com to find great flight deals to Reykjavik.
First Time in Reykjavik
Reykjavik is replete with natural and man-made attractions. However, if you only have time to visit one place when you travel to Reykjavik, make it to Hallgrímskirkja. Inspired by the natural formations that occur when lava cools, this church features stunning architectural detail.
Experience the awe-inspiring power and beauty of Gullfoss (Golden Falls). Bathe in the hot waters of the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa. Treat yourself to these and other Icelandic delights by booking tickets to Reykjavik today.
Making the Most of Your Reykjavik Holiday
The weather in Reykjavik can be unpredictable – sunny days turning cold, blustery afternoons blossoming into warm evenings. Temperatures are warmest during the summer, but winters can often be a great time to visit this historic city. Buy your airberlin ticket to Reykjavik and take advantage of attractive fares.