Take a trip to Reykjavik, the world's most northerly capital city
This spectacular island, which sits just below the Arctic Circle, is packed full of natural wonders. From volcanoes and geysers to hot springs and glaciers, this winter wonderland is one of the best places to catch a glimpse of the elusive Northern Lights.
Our holiday pick – Reykjavik
Reykjavik is home to the famous and distinctive corrugated iron houses, painted in every colour of the rainbow.
Most hotels and apartments are based on bed and breakfast or self-catering, and with independent restaurants serving world-class cuisine you will certainly be spoilt for choice.
You can fly locally from London's Gatwick, Heathrow or Luton airports, with flight times of around 3 hours.
A weekend break in Reykjavik at a 4* hotel, with bed and breakfast and flights included costs on average £243 per person. Pop into your local East of England Co-op travel branch to get the most up-to-date offers.
Take advantage of all that Iceland has to offer with our pre-bookable excursions.
Iceland's number one tourist attraction – the Blue Lagoon is a huge geothermal pool heated to a welcoming 37 degrees. There is a swim-up bar and spa where you can treat yourself to an in-water massage.
Golden Circle Tour
The 300km circuit takes in the mammoth waterfalls, geothermal geysers and the Thingvellir National Park, where the tectonic plates are still moving apart.
Game of Thrones Tour
This tour is a must for any fans of the hit TV show. Walk in the footsteps of the cast and crew as this tour takes you to the famous landmarks featured in the programme, including the 'Ice Wall'.