Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer, Reykjavik
About Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer, Reykjavik
Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer, Reykjavik - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Lækjarhlíð, Mosfellsbær, Iceland
Ticket Price: 650 ISK
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:30 am - 09:30 pm Details
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Water Park, Family And Kids, Swimming Pool
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This public swimming pool is almost a mini water park. The main attraction here the 25 meter long swimming pool, but that’s hardly the only reason to come. Best of all, all the pools here are thermally heated. Soak up the heat in the three hot tubs, with temperatures at 40-42 degrees Celsius. One of those tubs is a Jacuzzi. There is also a steam room and a sauna. There’s a play area for kids equipped with slides and wading pools. It’s very popular among the local families. Tourists usually aren’t sure about this place, but if they visit, they invariably end up refreshed and satisfied. The best times to visit the pool is apparently during the snowy days of winter.
Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer Information
- Mind the safety of your kids.
Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer Ticket Prices
- Kids 10-17: 150 ISK
- Disabled and pensioners: Free
How To reach Lagafellslaug In Mosfellsbaer by Public Transport
- By Car
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Best pool in Iceland. There's both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool 25 meter swimming pool, three different hot tubs (38°, 40° and 42°C) a lounge pool / kiddie pool, pretty decent slides and two saunas. Outstanding area to exercise and unwind.
For Americans traveling here, this is a very European styled swimming pool. Not that it's a bad thing but you'll be required to strip down and shower without a swim suit before getting into the pools. So, if you're a more private person, maybe avoid it. But if that's not an issue for you, then this place was a great way to spend a few hours. The wind was whipping up but that didn't matter in the hot pools. There was an indoor space as well if you wanted to get out of the winds. And the water slides were more than enough to get the kids occupied for a while.
Nice clean aquatic facility! Love the lap pool for exercise while kids can play on water slides...plus they have several hot tubs at different temperatures to chose from...
Good for kids and adults alike :) sauna and steam room!
In my opinion the best swimming pool in Iceland. Great hot tubs, cold tub, sauna, steam bath, water slides, outdoor changing rooms and a beautiful mountain view.
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