Blue Lagoon Entrance and Transportation
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Information about entrance to the Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is a wondrous geothermal pool, located in volcanic lava fields on the Reykjanes Peninsula not far from Keflavík International Airport. The lagoon was only discovered in the late 1970s while the local government was building a geothermal power plant nearby. Since its discovery, its fame has traveled around the world and made a local favorite, an international hit with visitors looking for rest, relaxation and in some cases, relief from skin conditionals. Each year the spa is visited by thousands of people, helping to earn world recognition and praise. In the last 5 years, the Blue Lagoon has been awarded the Best Curative Spa in the world. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience and take part in the most visited spot on the island.
DETAILS FOR THE ENTRANCE AND TRANSPORTATION TO THE BLUE LAGOON
GUIDE TO VISITING THE BLUE LAGOON
Upon arriving at the Blue Lagoon, you should present your entrance ticket at reception, as either a physical copy or an electronic version on your smartphone or mobile phone. At reception, you will be given an electronic bracelet which will act as your wallet during your time inside the Blue Lagoon and allow you to make any and all purchases that you wish. You can store your bag at the reception and if you have a large piece of luggage it is advisable to leave this in your vehicle or at the luggage storage found in the parking of the spa before arriving to reception, for a fee.
Once passing through reception, it is mandatory for all visitors to bath naked in the showers (many people do so in the common areas but there are individual stalls for those who would like to do so in private). The spa offers many toiletries such as soap and shampoo as well as the use of a towel during your stay (all included in the initial price).
GUIDE FOR BUS TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE BLUE LAGOON
Bus from Reykjavik Terminal (Skógarhlid 10, 105 Reykjavík) to the Blue Lagoon: Buses leave Reykjavik every hour on the hour between 07:00 and 19:00. Visitors are reminded to arrive 30 minutes before the bus time as buses will not and cannot wait for passengers.
Bus from Tourist Stops in Reykjavik: There are 14 fixed bus stops within the tourist area of Reykjavik. Passengers should be at the designated bus stop at least 30 minutes before the indicated time of the chosen bus and 90 minutes before the entrance time to the Blue Lagoon.
Bus from Keflavík Airport to the Blue Lagoon: Upon arriving at the airport, passengers should proceed to the Service Desk in arrivals, where they will be directed to the bus stop to the Blue Lagoon. Your entrance ticket to the spa should be at least 30 minutes after the scheduled bus’s departure.
Return Bus to Reykjavík: Return bus tickets will be scheduled for 4 hours and 15 minutes after the entrance time to the Blue Lagoon which allows visitors to fully enjoy their experience in the spa. However, if desired, the return trip can be changed on the day of the excursion.
Note: The Blue Lagoon Iceland is the most visited place on the island. Due to this, it is imperative that visitors reserve the entrance to the spa in advance as much as possible. The reservation of entrances through ISLANDICA s.r.o. Are subject to availability. Your request for a reservation will be confirmed within 24 hours. ISLANDICA s.r.o. is a travel agency specializing in Iceland, with direct access to the reservations of the Blue Lagoon. Code: BLPCET - ID744.