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Named in 2012 as one of National Geographic's “25 Wonders of the World," Blue Lagoon has evolved from its infancy as a reservoir of geothermal runoff into a world of geothermal wonder. The unique properties of its waters provide not only an...more
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We enjoyed 4 days in Iceland in January, the snow was deep on the ground and rushing out in the cold air in your bathing costume into an outdoor pool seemed like a crazy thing to do. The centre is well organized, clean and efficiently...More
We went with 2 kids en route back to Keflavik on a windy day as we felt we had to experience it our one time in Iceland. We had previously been to the local Sunhollin baths in Reykjavik and they are 10 times cheaper, so...More
The Blue Lagoon strikes an interesting contrast when one thinks of Iceland. Blue Lagoon is almost like a world inside a world. The waters of the lagoon are warm and nurturing. Their indoor eatery is chocked full of fresh nutritious foods and plenty of seating...More
It's pretty. It's blue. It's an interesting experience to be in a hot spring while being buffeted by arctic winds. It was insanely windy and rainy while we were there to the point where we couldn't see anything and the water was quite cool in...More
I won’t repeat what others have said.
Yes it’s quirky, yes it’s relaxing, yes it’s a must do.
Also we paid £80 for lunch in snack bar, nothing fancy just drinks, sandwiches and fruit for family of four!
Something that could make it...More
I went to the Blue Lagoon on the last day of our 17 day trip to Iceland in August 2018, and it was the perfect end to an amazing holiday. After reading comments, I realised that most people went straight to the Blue Lagoon from...More
Although the entrance fee is kinda high, I would still recommend going there, especially on a cold rainy day. We were completely washed out by the rain and wind that at the end if the day we decided to relax for a couple of hours....More
Awesome experience at the blue lagoon hotsprongs on Iceland. Year it costs a redicilous amount of entry 80 euros each to spend some time in a hot spring warmed pool. Was is nice? For sure yeah!! Was it worth it? No sorry the price is...More
My advice to buy the tickets far in advance. There is no discount except when you choose the time to visit. The early you book the more time slots will be available and cheaper options. The price of cheapest ticket includes the drink. You honestly...More
Visted with two families with young children, the place was absolutely spotless with extremely helpful staff both in the complex and in the bathing area, it has Saunas, steam rooms bars and facial treatment area around the pool, we spent 4 hrs there so got...More
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The blue lagoon website has all the up to date package prices on! You will need to book in advance before you go! We also bought the basic comfort package, it included towel, mud mask and free drink. It suited us perfectly... More
The blue lagoon website has all the up to date package prices on! You will need to book in advance before you go! We also bought the basic comfort package, it included towel, mud mask and free drink. It suited us perfectly! The other packages include dressing gown and slippers etc not sure you need them though as you spend your time in the water ☺️