Located 45 minutes outside of Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon Iceland is the island nation’s most famous attraction. A combination of mineral-rich freshwater and seawater from deep within the earth is naturally heated to between 98-102 degrees Fahrenheit. The milky-blue waters flow over vast black lava fields giving the whole place an other-worldly feel. The futuristic-looking Svartsengi geothermal plant in the distance serves as the R&D center for the spa skin care line and adds to the cosmic effect. You really do feel like you could be on another planet, I’ve never seen anything quite like it. A soak in the Blue Lagoon and a visit to the geysers of the Golden Circle were two of the highlights of my visit to Iceland on my 30-day trip around Europe.