This place about four kilometers east of Reykjavik is basically a neighbourhood of urban recreation hangouts. The name, which translates into Hot Springs Valley, refers to a time when the valley was the city’s hot water source. Today you’ll find:
- Laugardalslaug, a large swimming pool complex
- The Laugar Spa
- The Fjolskyldu-ogHusdyragardurinn and Husdyragardurinn zoos
- The Laugardalsvollur sports arena
- The Laugardalur ice rink
- The Reykjavik Botanical Garden
- The World Class gym
- The Brettavollurinn i Laugardal skateboard park
- The TjaldsvaeidLaugardal campground
- The statue Thvottakonan (“The Washerwoman”) by AsmundurSveinsson
- A series of beautiful public parks, such as Fjolskyldugardurinn
Also remember to check out the Pvottalaugarnar, which are the remains of the old turn of the century wash house.
- By Car or take a Taxi
- Laugardalshöll Bus Station
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12.19% of people who visit Reykjavik include Laugardalur Park in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
53.64% of people start their Laugardalur Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Laugardalur Park
91.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Laugardalur Park