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How much does it cost to view the northern lights?

 Cost to go and see the northern lights

Ready to embark on your Northern Lights adventure? Let’s talk money! We know planning a trip can be overwhelming, so we’ve gathered some helpful price references to help you plan your trip:

1. Cozy Rooms:

Rest easy at the Blue House B&B, where we’ve got the best prices guaranteed. Take your pick from our affordable economy rooms starting at just €46.00 per night. Need more space? Our three-bedroom apartments start from €153.18 per night. With seven room options to choose from, you’ll find the perfect fit for your needs. Book your dream room right here with us.

2. Thrilling Day Tours:

Reykjavik and its surroundings offer a range of epic day tours and activities. Prices vary, starting as low as €9.78 and going up to €2,866.83. On average, you can expect to spend around €150.00 – €250.00 per tour, depending on your choice and the number of fellow adventurers joining you. Check out all the exciting tours available at Blue House.

3. Zooming Around:

To roam freely during your trip, renting a car is a popular choice. Car rentals at the airport range from €83.00 – €200.00 per day, with discounts for longer durations. Similarly, airport shuttles vary in cost depending on your requirements. Buses start from €19.55 – €29.97 per person, while a minivan for seven people will cost you €190.95. For a touch of luxury, consider a stylish ride at €208.54. Take a peek at the available cars and airport shuttles here.

4. Spotlight on The lights:

Now, for the star of the show—the Northern Lights! Witness this mesmerizing phenomenon from dedicated viewing spots or through photographic excursions. Prices range from €40.00 to €100.00 per person for viewing spots, while photographic excursions fall between €160.00 and €200.00 per person.

5. Delicious Eats:

Craving a taste of Reykjavik? Downtown offers fantastic restaurants, but prices can vary greatly. For a budget-friendly option, cafes will cost you around €12.00 – €20.00 per person. If you’re up for a splurge, tourist restaurants can go up to €50.00 per person.

 Cost to go and see the northern lights


Last but not least, don’t forget to check out our blog for more handy tips and fun facts about the Northern Lights. And be sure to visit the Blue House B&B page to book your accommodations and other exciting activities.

Get ready for an unforgettable Northern Lights experience!

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