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Minneapolis (MSP)to

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Jun 19 2024 - Jul 19 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (KEF)
May 22 2024 - Jun 12 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (KEF)
May 28 2024 - Jun 05 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (KEF)
May 26 2024 - Jun 20 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (KEF)
May 18 2024 - May 30 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (KEF)
Jul 18 2024 - Aug 09 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (KEF)
Jul 18 2024 - Aug 18 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

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Jul 14 2024 - Aug 05 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (REK)
Jun 24 2024 - Jul 05 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (REK)
Jul 06 2024 - Jul 16 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

Reykjavík (REK)
Jul 18 2024 - Jul 26 2024
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Minneapolis (MSP)to

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May 28 2024 - Jun 05 2024
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Plan ahead for your trip from Minneapolis to Reykjavík with Icelandair

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Nov 17 2024 - Nov 22 2024

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Nov 17 2024 - Nov 29 2024

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Nov 17 2024 - Dec 04 2024

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Nov 17 2024 - Dec 11 2024

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Nov 13 2024 - Dec 12 2024

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Dec 01 2024 - Dec 13 2024

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Dec 08 2024 - Dec 13 2024

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Dec 08 2024 - Dec 23 2024

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Nov 24 2024 - Dec 04 2024

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Flights from Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) to Reykjavik (KEF)

For the best fares and an unparalleled flying experience, choose Icelandair to fly to Reykjavik (KEF) from Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP). Icelandair provides hundreds of hours of movies and music in the in-flight entertainment system, Wi-Fi access on most flights, and a USB power port at every seat to power up your laptop or smartphone.

Origins in the Ninth Century

Reykjavík features in Icelandic history from the very beginning. The Norwegian settler Ingólfur Arnarson is supposed to have thrown out a pair of wooden poles from aboard his ship, declaring that wherever these came on land, he would build his farm. This was in the 9th century and now, a little more than 1100 years later, the site of Ingólfur’s farm has grown into the hub of Iceland’s government and cultural life.

Make your way to Reykjavik’s first proper street, Aðalstræti (Main Street), and get an idea of life in the 9th century at the Settlement Exhibition, showcasing the remains of an excavated farm. As you stroll through the city center, the tallest building in town, Hallgrímskirkja, will stand out. The church’s shape draws inspiration from basalt rock in Iceland’s nature. Ascend the bell tower and get a view over the whole city and its surroundings, out into Faxaflói bay and over to the favorite hiking spot of the locals: the mountain Esja.

A City of Culture

Despite its modest size, Reykjavik has a wide variety of cultural outings to enjoy. Notable among the galleries and museums scattered across the city are the Reykjavik Art Museum and the National Museum of Iceland. The city’s largest concert venue is Harpa, situated on the edge of the bay and identified by its angular glass façade. Up from Harpa, make your way to the old harbor and take a cup of Iceland’s favorite drink by far: strong coffee!

And then you can head beyond the capital and explore Iceland’s lava fields, glacial lagoons, caves and waterfalls.