Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland is a beautiful modern city with an old world charm. There are many interesting places to visit in Reykjavik. Be it state-of-the-art geothermal pools, museums, galleries, colorful buildings, world-class restaurants – the city has the cultural trappings of a large European city. It is termed as the “Nightlife capital of Europe” because of 100 different bars and clubs are within a walking distance. Winters are also the time for the Northern Lights in the city.
Blue Lagoon: Blue Lagoon or geothermal seawater is one of the most famous and unique attractions of Iceland. Visitors enjoy swimming and relaxing in the lagoons. The cloudy blue water is extremely rich in minerals and creates a positive effect on the skin. You can soak away all the stresses of your journey and connect with nature. Each year more than half a million people travel to Iceland and almost all of them experience the beauty of the Blue lagoon.