When in Reykjavik

While the main Blue Lagoon spa draws thousands of tourists, its spa in Reykjavik is a quieter place to relax. Visitors can slip in for an algae body wrap, unwind in an outdoor hot tub, or catch a yoga class at the adjacent health club.



Icelandic fun fact #14: Icelanders are friendly and tend to be on the quiet side — except when it comes to weekends in Reykjavik. There, it's a nonstop party that doesn't even start until around midnight. That might explain why relaxing in geothermal pools (there's at least one in just about every town) is so popular.


Photo courtesy of Blue Lagoon Iceland

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