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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 planned for a 3 hours visit and it was right for us. It is a pleasure to have a free mask, a free drink, and a towel to be included in a basic visit. There is a source water under one of the bridges...More
Only reason it didn’t get a 5 was because it’s probably just slightly over priced. We paid about £75 entry.
1.Location - about 45 mins outside Reykjavík but plenty of coaches or taxis available for transfer.
2. Lagoon - so nice!!! Really warm and plenty...More
A must do in Iceland, I have been to the blue lagoon twice and it does not fail to disappoint,...... Now for the but. The first time I went 4 years ago you had an option for 2 to have a private changing room private...More
Blue Lagoon is just an amazing place to visit. Loved every minute of it. Very clean facility and friendly service. Buy the premium package which includes flip flops, nice thick robe, and a free drink at the bar. Hot steamy water sooths the skin and...More
We spent a morning at the Blue Lagoon and were happy with the ticket called "comfort". This included use of a towel, a facial mask and a drink. The mask and drink were available while in the water. It was a very cold day with...More
Although this is touristy, it's definitely worth going to and an experience like no other. We paid for general admission (as part of that, you get a towel, a free drink and a free facial mask) and spent a few hours here. Make sure to...More
We arrived while it was snowing. It was still snowing when we made it into the lagoon. Surreal moment. As the snows falling on you and the warm/hot water surrounds your body and the steam rising off the water limits the distance you can see...More
Booked online before we went. Got there about 3pm, went straight in. Changing rooms are clean, lockers are free using a wristband that also acts as your entrance key & charged for drinks. We upgraded & got the flip flops & robes. The robes itself...More
We booked the Retreat Spa with access to the Blue Lagoon. It was expensive, but we went ahead as it was a one off. I was not disappointed. One of the most relaxing spas I have ever been to.
From the moment we arrived, we...More
Spent 4 hours here last thurdays for my hubbys 40th... absolutely amazing.. but only one private changing cubicle per changing area, all were busy so I had to get naked with the others in the cramped changing room. Showers are private but tiny. Was warned...More