Blue lagoon is expensive but worth every cent - bring towel, flip fops and a bottle of water. Expect to pay 100€ for ticket and return bus to the city
About Blue Lagoon Iceland
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This is a very popular spa and the facility is efficient at handling the crowds in a very friendly way. The wrist band is your key for entrance, locker, purchases. Water is waist to shoulder deep (I'm 6'2"). Nice water temps and very large. Worth...More
In preparation for my trip to Iceland I read many reviews of where to go and what to do and I was a bit skeptical because I'd read that the Blue Lagoon was over-rated to some people... I completely disagree. I recommend that anyone and...More
Had a brilliant time here and was a great experience. Staff weren't very clear with instruction when we arrived so we were a bit unsure of where to go and when found changing room that was available and a locker (there are screens showing you...More
This Blue Lagoon is very touristy and does get busy, but while in Iceland it is a must visit, being in a cold environment then getting into a warm lagoon.
I booked this online before we went as I worried about days and times being booked out. We went mid-afternoon. I had read before hand about having to have a shower before going into the lagoon. I was travelling with my teenage son so we...More
It is definitely touristy and a sell out.... but I mean would you not go to Disneyland just because it's crowded? The massage was amazing! Much more to do in the water than some other similar spots, but yes, touristy, crowded and expensive.
I'm typing this from the blue lagoon cafe after just visiting with my partner. I've got to say that we are both very disappointed with the experience. We travelled in with grey line who were very punctual and organised. We got booked in ok and...More
0C weather, 40C pool. Hot bath with a sauna, steam room and massage facilities available. Take a water proof camera or waterproof phone case to get picture because its great. Can spend 5 mins or 5 hours there and transport is very accessible, we used...More