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Big Apple and Tacos

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Three weeks minimum

No. of countries visited



12 months


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Combine the Big Apple with the tempting street food of Mexico City and enjoy a cheeky stopover in Iceland on your way over to North America.

Start this journey visiting the land of ice and fire with a stopover in Reykjavik. From here you can explore more of Iceland's spectacular wilderness including volcanoes, geysers and black-sand beaches. Next, it's time to cross the Atlantic Ocean to sample all that New York City has to offer, from Broadway shows to burger joints. Let the food journey continue in Mexico with a final stop in the historic capital city. 

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What's included:
  • Multi-city flight ticket with three stops
  • Booking fees
  • Your own personal travel advisor
What's not included:
  • Travel insurance 
  • Vaccinations (ask us about our discount with Nomad Travel)
  • Accommodation
  • Tours and activities (but we've got loads to choose from!)
  • Meals

Flight route and itinerary

This multi-city flight itinerary is only a route proposal for your big trip. If you would like to visit destinations other than those suggested or add in more stops, reach out to our team of travel experts who can help you put together your dream adventure.

Destination #1 Reykjavik, Iceland

To say Iceland is 'other-worldly' is an understatement! It's home to erupting volcanoes, spouting geysers, mineral-coloured mountain ranges and the dazzling Northern Lights. The capital of Reykjavik is the largest city in Iceland, but with a population of just 140,000 people, it won't take you long to explore the place.

Once you've seen Hallgrímskirkja - the city's famous church that resembles a giant organ - and wandered around the Old Harbour, consider taking a few day trips to nearby spots, including the Blue Lagoon for a relaxing dip and the Golden Circle to see Thingvellir National Park, Geysir and Gullfoss Waterfall.

Destination #2 New York, USA

Countless songs have been written about this legendary American city, and with good reason! There's an endless supply of entertainment, from Broadway shows to concerts, shopping venues to world-class art galleries and museums. Then there's the iconic sights of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty.

You could easily spend a day exploring Central Park alone, but with a few more days at your disposal you could take the ferry to Staten Island, relax on the beach at Jersey Shore and tick off the city's most famous architectural attractions, including the Empire State Building and Rockefellar Centre.

Destination #3 Mexico City, Mexico

Whether you want to dive into Mexico's rich cultural heritage or simply eat your weight in tacos, the buzzing capital city is the best place to start. Here you can see where the remnants of the Aztec civilisation meet Mexico's colonial past at the Zocalo - the city's main square. For the arty among you, you can't miss the Museo Frida Kahlo, housed in her former home. And then there's a relaxing boat trip in the historic neighbourhood of Xochimilco.

Allow yourself more time in Mexico to head out of the capital and explore the pyramids of Teotihuacan, or wander the historical streets of Puebla town.

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