When we say Iceland, you immediately think – Blue Lagoon.
Indeed, this incredible geothermal spa has become synonymous with the Scandinavian country, and its prestige has resulted in a large number of visitors and a high entrance fee of € 45. However, we still find this place, a 50-minute drive from Reykjavik, incredible and a must-visit.
Due to the proximity of the lava field and the surrounding geological conditions, the waters of the Lagoon have a constant temperature of 39 ° C and are rich in minerals such as sulfur and quartz, which relax and rejuvenate the whole body.
If you are planning a trip to Iceland in autumn or winter, you have a great opportunity to see another wonder of the world – the breathtaking Northern Lights, dancing against the night sky.