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Blue Café
Iceland

Iceland's most unique and popular attraction. Guests enjoy bathing and relaxing in Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater, known for its positive effects on the skin.

Blue Café offers a spectacular view of the lagoon with floor-to-ceiling windows, creating an inviting setting while enjoying a selection of quick, healthy choices such as soups, salads, baguettes, and dairy products. Blue Café provides wireless Internet access free of charge.

Read more about Blue Lagoon here.

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