Want to go swimming, take a steam bath or just relax in a hot tub? This is where I would go on a Tuesday night (if I'm tired of studying).
Our neighbourhood swimmingpool. 10 minute walking distance. An outdoor swimming pool. With a slide, hot tubs and a 50 meter swimming pool. Icelanders are very fond of their swimming pools. It´s a wonderful way to spend time with the family and to renew in between trips.
Biggest swimming pool in Reykajvik, very nice one, sea water hot tube, cold tube, many different hot tubes, 50 m heated swimming pool, children pool etc.
It´s a thermal swimming pool in the neighborhood where you have many relaxing hot tubs to choose from, sea salt hot tub, steam bath, play area and 2 swimming pools.
Laugardalslaug is a public thermal bath and swimming pool complex located in the Laugardalur district. It is very popular by locals to visit over weekends. After the stay it is common that people visit the hot dog stand next to it or some of the ice cream stores in the area.
“This thermal swimming pool offers a good pool, indoor and outdoor hot tubs and is a great way to meet the locals and discuss the topic of the day!”
“Close and convenient. Epal has beautiful Icelandic and Scandinavian design. Hagkaup is a good grocery store with a butcher table. Bonus is a budget grocery store.”
“No. 1 Attraction in Reykjavik Perlan is a Must-Visit Landmark and Nature Exploratorium.”
“Situated in the centre of Reykjavík, it is one of the city's best-known landmarks and is visible throughout the city. State Architect Guðjón Samúelsson's design of the church was commissioned in 1937. He is said to have designed it to resemble the trap rocks, mountains and glaciers of Iceland's landscape”