With Iceland’s tumultuous and dark winters, these pools are best experienced in the warmer months. Crowds at this hotspot peak in summer, so opt for a more serene experience and take your Blue Lagoon tours during the months of May and September.
Blue Lagoon is open year-round from 9 am until 8 pm on most days. Early mornings and late afternoons offer quiet and calm surroundings at the lagoon.
The Blue Lagoon sits around 50 kilometers outside of Reykjavik’s city centre and can be reached by car or bus in about 45 minutes. The shuttle bus service running to and from the close-by Leifur Eiriksson airport makes this an ideal starting point for Blue Lagoon tours. Bus services will drop you right outside the Lagoon’s entrance and are relatively cheap when purchased in advance.
The temperature of water at the Blue Lagoon is typically around 37 to 40 degrees Celsius and it feels like a warm bath.
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