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This geothermal lagoon, which has a temperature of approximately 100 degrees Fahrenheit and is said to have curing powers, is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. Here, you receive a relaxing massage with active ingredients and essential oils from the lagoon as you lay on a water mattress partly submerged. A silica mud mask is also included in the treatment. And if the Icelandic winds give you a chill, you'll be given a special water blanket to stay toasty.
Cost: 95 euros ($129)/1 hour
Location: Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa
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