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Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa

Warm up in thermal waters during cold winter days


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Both Icelanders and tourists love soaking in hot pools outdoors, especially on grey winter days. The tradition dates back to the Viking times. You can combine it with the hiking trips, ending the day with dipping yourself in the thermal waters, surrounded by wintery landscapes.

Drinking a beer in the Blue Lagoon 2020
Drinking a beer in the Blue Lagoon
Blue Lagoon Flurry Bridge 2020
Blue Lagoon Flurry Bridge

One of the most popular 'hot spots' is Blue Lagoon with bright-blue water surrounded by lava fields. Moreover, it's quite close to Reykjavik. You can find hot pools all over the country, some of them with more infrastructure, while others being simply hot springs in the nature without any facilities. When you head to Iceland in winter, make sure to bring your towel!

Blue Lagoon Inlet 2020
Blue Lagoon Inlet
Sunset at Blue Lagoon 2020
Sunset at Blue Lagoon

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