Tim Wright
April 13, 2017

If you’re already planning to take a trip to Europe this summer, you may want to stop and rethink how you’ll get there.

Icelandair announced Thursday it will offer a free stopover in Iceland for up to seven days with the purchase of any round-trip ticket to seven different European cities.

“You can fly to Iceland and stopover for up to seven days and then continue on to Europe. There is no cost for a stopover!” the announcement proclaimed.

The best flight options, Icelandair added, depart to Amsterdam, London, and Paris from late August to October, but travelers can also choose to visit Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Glasgow, or Munich.

U.S. departure cities include Boston, with round-trip flights to Amsterdam at $421, Chicago at $470, Denver at $492, Minneapolis at $415, New York at $379, Orlando at $425, Philadelphia at $439, Seattle at $401, and Washington, D.C. at $485.

To book your European travels and bonus Iceland adventure, the airline suggests searching with Google Flights to hunt down the cheapest dates using its calendar (lowest prices in green). Then, book directly with the airline or through your favorite online travel agency.

Once you book your tickets, read up on what to do with our guide to Iceland and our ultimate travel guide to Europe.

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