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Blue Lagoon


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Here's what Trippy members say about Blue Lagoon:

"Driving to the the city and Blue Lagoon."  See More

"The Blue Lagoon is a must, and since it's so close to Keflavík International Airport it makes a convenient first or last stop in any visit to Iceland."  See More

"There are buses from Reykjavik's BSÍ station to major tourist spots such as Blue Lagoon, Þingvellir, Selfoss and Vík í Mýrdal but again, schedules aren't always convenient and it's always better to have your own car if you can afford it to maximise sightseeing time and minimise time spent waiting on transport."  See More

"The Blue Lagoon is a famous natural geothermal spa about halfway between Reykjavik and Keflavik Airport."  See More

"If you want to find a pool but not do the Blue Lagoon (wasn't a fan of that experience myself), then try Laugardalslaug or Vesturbæjarlaug."  See More

"there is lake called the Blue Lagoon where the water temp is 102 degrees year round and you can swim in it anytime the winter is the best time to visit because you also get to see the NORTHERN LIGHTS."  See More

"Plus you can relax at the Blue Lagoon geothermal hot springs or hire a car and venture out into the pristine wilderness!"  See More

"Day 5 - Head back to Keflavík International Airport via Selfoss but stop off for a few hours at Blue Lagoon for a final bit of relaxation!"  See More

"I personally felt that the Blue Lagoon was a lot of waiting for a relatively impersonal experience."  See More

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  1. Reykjavik Backpackers

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