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AH52  Bonfire on New Year's Eve 31 Dec 2016 -
31 Dec 2016
 
 
For over 200 years it has been a custom to have community bonfires on New Year's Eve in towns and villages around Iceland.
 
After dinner, families, friends and neighbours gather around the fire where they sing songs and light sparklers. We will visit one of these bonfires and join in the celebration with the locals. 
 
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Online Booking:
Up to 90 minutes prior to tour departure.
 
TIP Would you like to know more about Reykjavik city? You´ll find more information here at "interesting places in Iceland" and here at our "About Iceland"-section.
 

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Departure times
20:00
 
Free hotel pick-up service
Pick-up: 19:15
 
Duration
3 hours
 
Travelling with children
Child (0 - 11): FREE
Youth (12 - 17): 50% off
 

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