Iceland Holidays - Iceland Tours

Direct flights from Dublin to Iceland with Wallace Travel Group! 

We offer holidays to Iceland direct from Ireland!

Iceland is becoming one of the most popular alternative Weekend City Break destinations in Europe, with over 1000 people travelling with us to Reykjavik each year! 

With a flight time of just over 2 hours, its easy to see why Reykjavik is an ideal weekend break if you are looking for something different!    


Iceland is a country of extreme contrasts and endless possibilities. On our Iceland tours, you can opt to visit the vibrant city of Reykjavik, explore the Golden Circle or South Coast routes or relax in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon all with the guidance of our experienced and knowledgeable tour leaders, who are with you throughout your Iceland Holiday! If you are travelling on one of our Autumn Iceland trips, why not opt for our Evening Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights tour, where you will get to experience the beautiful Blue Lagoon and head off in search of the Northern Lights, Natures most amazing natural light shows on the planet! For the more adventurous we offer a range of exciting activities, including Glacier Walks, Snorkling, Super Jeeps, Horse Riding and Caving! Iceland is also an ideal place to go Whale Watching, with tours operating right out of the city's vibrant harbour area.

We offer a range of wonderful hotels with breakfast included each morning, ensuring the best start to each day in Iceland!


Our Iceland trips include:

  • Return Direct flights from Dublin to Iceland.
  • Return Airport Transfers to and from your hotel
  • 20kgs checked in luggage per person
  • City Centre Hotel Accommodation with Breakfast each morning


Approx Flight Times:
Depart Dublin 10:45 Arrive Keflavik 13.05
Depart Keflavik 07:30 Arrive Dublin 10:50


Read about what our happy customers have to say about their Iceland Trip experiences HERE

Find out more about this enchanting destination HERE






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