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Vök Baths has the only certified drinkable hot spring water in Iceland. Poised to be Iceland's next big hotspot, Vök Baths is located on the shores of Lake Urriðavatn, just 5 km northwest of Egilsstaðir. Bring your own swimwear and towels and get ready to immerse yourself in bliss.
1238 Battle of Iceland is a virtual reality-based exhibition space, which takes visitors through some of the country's most historic events with the help of cutting-edge technology. 1238 The Battle of Iceland is in the town Sauðárkrókur in Skagafjörður, North-Iceland, about 1.5-hour drive from Akureyri and 3.5-hour drive from Reykjavík.
Jökulsárlón is known colloquially as the Glacier Lagoon. This special body of water is a constantly changing landscape, where ice drifts from the glacier out to sea. Jökulsárlón connects the nearby Vatnajökull glacier with the North Atlantic Ocean.
At 950 km2, Langjökull Glacier is the second-largest in Iceland behind Vatnajökull. That's larger than the whole of Singapore!
Secret Lagoon is a geothermal pool with a spouting geyser located at Hverahólmi, near the village of Flúðir in Iceland. The hot spring is heated by volcanic activity underneath the ground and is the oldest manmade spring in Iceland.
Laugarvatn Fontana Geothermal Baths is a beautiful and relaxing experience en route to the Golden Circle, located about 80 km from Reykjavik. The baths are one of the natural wonders that draw visitors to this geothermal haven south of the capital.
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