On the road between Keflavik Airport and Reykjavik, many of the airport buses stop at the Blue Lagoon to drop off stressed people who have just flown in, and pick up relaxed people ready to sleep away the flight home. There is a secure storage shed provided for luggage beside where the bus stops in the carpark.
The most important thing is to leave enough time. The Blue Lagoon is not something you will want to rush. A couple of hours is an ideal time to set aside for this. You’ll want time to explore the whole lagoon, which is big with crisscrossing bridges and little side bays for just floating peacefully.
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