6 Things You Need to Know before Going to Iceland's Blue Lagoon
6 Things you should know before visiting Iceland's Blue Lagoon. If you ask anyone what to do in Iceland, I guarantee the first thing they'll say is to take a trip to the Blue Lagoon. Just a short drive outside of Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon is a great, easy day trip from the city, but there are a few things you should know while planning your trip.
One of the most interesting developments in the range of flights offered from North America to Europe in the last six months is Iceland Air‘s new free stopover policy. The free stopover is proving to be very popular among travelers, because Iceland is in the natural air route between North America and Europe, and the offer gives you the opportunity to spend a few extra days in this attractive destination.
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"Don’t just ‘pass through’ Seyðisfjörður – if you can take the time, have a look around the town and the fjord. Start with the wooden buildings, each with its own unique history. Highlights include the warehouses by the harbour and the town’s oldest home Nóatún (1871) at Bjólsfata 4. The pretty, pale-blue church was built in 1922 using timber rescued from the previous 19th-century church that was blown off its foundations." Iceland: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com