Icelandair is now flying out of Denver and offering deals like Denver to Brussels for as little as $316 for a round trip ticket.
The flights with Icelandair are surprisingly comfortable, their fleet is relatively new and their flight personnel are exceptional making this heavily discounted flight a real bargain.
One of the great advantages of flying Icelandair is the opportunity to do as much as a seven day layover in Iceland.We did a one day layover on a flight from Boston to Paris and in all honest wished we would have stayed a little longer.
If you rent a car in a day of driving from the airport village of Keflavík you can explore the capital city of Reykjavík and still have time to drive out into the beauty of the Icelandic country side and explore wonders like volcanic lakes, spectacular waterfalls, and natural hot springs. Iceland is a wonderful place to visit and with your Iceland air flight you will have the opportunity to lay over for up to 7 days at no additional cost.
If you have never considered traveling to Brussels, you should this wonderful city is a cultural cross between neighbors France and the Netherlands and is the center of much of the World government. The people are friendly, english is widely spoken and the history and culture of this modern city a fascinating place to visit for a day or a month.
By late November our friends in Wyoming and Colorado will be feeling the first bites of the winter chill and this amazing flight offers a chance to escape and explore the wonders of Iceland and Western Europe for $316. When we looked this flight could be booked on a half dozen travel web sights Orbiz.com. $316 rate was available on a few different days with return flights that allowed stays for as long as a couple of weeks.
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