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Reykjavik Super Saver: Blue Lagoon Round-Trip Transport plus Golden Circle Half Day Tour
"Blue LagoonThe Blue Lagoon is a unique geothermal spa in a lava field south of Reykjavik. You'll have 2 unguided hours here to do as you please. Perhaps you'll take a relaxing bath or massage in the milky blue-green water of the huge outdoor lagoon. and the sensation of lying in a warm outdoor spa surrounded by snowfields is uniquely relaxing.Choose from a regular bathing experience or upgrade to an exclusive bath for a touch of luxury. Swimming costumes towels and bath robes are available for hire (own expense). If you'd prefer not to bathe perhaps you'd like to take a walk in the Blue Lagoon's spectacular surroundings.Gulfoss and Geysir ExpressIn the afternoon the tour continues from Reykjavik with the Gulfoss and Geysir Express half-day trip. The tour begins with a visit to Thingvellir a geologically unique place where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. The Icelandic parliament Alpingi was established here in 930 and in 2004 Thingvellir was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List.You will also see the majestic and beautiful waterfall Gullfoss
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Blue Lagoon Spa with Roundtrip Transport from Reykjavik
"A visit of Iceland’s Blue Lagoon will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed for the rest of your trip. If you’re looking for a unique blissful experience while in Reykjavik this is it. A geothermal spa in a lava field south of Reykjavik the Blue Lagoon is one of the most popular sites in Iceland. Its hot water which stays an inviting 96 to 102 degrees Fahrenheit (36 to 39 degrees Celsius) has been known to be wonderful for the skin.The Blue Lagoon's warm water and natural active ingredients (mineral salts silica and blue-green algae) soothe your body and de-stress your mind. The lagoon's white silica mud gently cleanses and exfoliates the skin and has a revitalizing effect. The blue-green algae nourishes and softens your skin
From EUR79.00
Northern Lights Night Tour from Reykjavik
"On a clear night you may be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the heavens painting dramatic shapes colors and patterns on the night sky.This tour is seasonal operating only from September to April.""""Don't miss the opportunity to take a mysterious night trip to witness the famous Northern Lights
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Blue Lagoon Tips (20)

Bláa Lónið (Blue Lagoon)

When my friends heard I was going to Iceland, they all said, "You GOTTA see the Blue Lagoon!" OK, so we stopped by here on the way to catch our flight home. It was fine, if a bit pricey (As of April...
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Apr 22, 2015

Blue Lagoon

While not in Reykjavik proper, The Blue Lagoon is likely the most popular attraction in Iceland. Along the road from Keflavik to Reykjavik, this fantastic heated pool with white silica mud for a...
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Feb 12, 2006

Blue lagoon

The blue lagoon is located between Keflavik and Grindavik, about 50 km from Reykjavik. It is in the middle of a lava field, next to it stands a geothermal plant, and the contrast between the black...
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Mar 14, 2007

Blue Lagoon

One of Icelands best-known places and surely worth a visit. It was among my personal hgihlights of my Iceland trip. Water from a geothermal power plant is pumped into this oasis in the middle of a...
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Mar 19, 2015

Blue Lagoon

After you go in there are mens and womens changing rooms that are very nice and there are locks on all the lockers and they give you towels and robes. You are required to take a shower naked before...
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May 10, 2011

To get where from Reykjavik

It is all true about Blue Lagoon. It is realy cool and relaxing place. If you are on the rental car it is easy to find it. It is only about 40 minutes by car from Reykjavik and it is next to the...
May 01, 2011

It's all in the timing.

Thought it important to advise anyone who is planning to visit the blue lagoon, your time of day is key to a great experience. Although unnatural the Blue Lagoon is absolutely breathtaking (as is I...
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Jan 16, 2016

A Combination of heat and Blue Waters

The Blue Lagoon is Iceland's most visited attraction, located in Grindavik, it attracts thousands upon thousands of tourists to Iceland each year. The meet-up was scheduled to take place at ten past...
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Aug 28, 2012


It was August, it was +6 and rain, and we were sitting neck-deep in Blue Lagoon in the water +38 and even the cold rain, which was falling on our heads didn`t bother us. The experience is...
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Jan 27, 2016

Blue Lagoon

While not strictly in Reykjavik, every visitor to Reykjavik and Iceland will more than likely make at least one visit to this amazing place. The Blue Lagoon is a geothermally heated bathing pool...
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Dec 11, 2008

Very cool experience

What can be said about the Blue Lagoon that hasn't been said already.A very, very cool experience and a must do for anyone traveling to Iceland.Located literally in the middle of nowhere making it a...
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Oct 12, 2014

Beyond The Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is one of those great experiences you’ll want to repeat again and again. Upon exiting its worth taking a walk along the nearby footpath to see the curious blue water running through...
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Jan 06, 2008
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Worth a visit to this unusual modern cathedral that dominates the skyline of the city. Take the lift to the top for great views across the city and harbour. It is extremely windy up there and in the...
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While visiting Hallgrimskirkja do not miss the opportunity of visiting the observation tower which gives the visitor a splendid view over the city. Tickets are 800 kroner to take the elevator to the...
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Perlan (literally, "the pearl") is one of Reykjavík's most striking buildings. You will no doubt see it as you come in the city from Keflavík Airport. Built atop the water tanks that supply...
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Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre

I had the chance to keynote for the Iceland Medical assocation at the Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall. what a beautiful place. Harpa which was was designed by the Danish firm Henning Larsen Architects in...
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Reykjavik 871

This is part of the Reykjavik City Museum; the name actually relates to a layer of tephra was deposited around 871 AD. The plus or minus 2 relates to a degree of accuracy when dating the tephra....
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Videy Island

Viðey is an island off the shore of Reykjavík and it only takes 5 minutes to sail there with Viðeyjarferjan ferry. It is 1,6 km2. In Viðey was an Augustinian monastery from 1235-1539 and excavations...
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