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How to get to Laugardalslaug in Reykjavík by Bus?

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  • What are the closest stations to Laugardalslaug?

    The closest stations to Laugardalslaug are:

    • Laugarnesvegur / Kirkjusandur is 404 meters away, 6 min walk.
    • Tún is 848 meters away, 11 min walk.
  • Which Bus lines stop near Laugardalslaug?

    These Bus lines stop near Laugardalslaug: 14, 16.

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Public Transportation to Laugardalslaug in Reykjavík

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Laugardalslaug, Reykjavík
Laugardalslaug, Reykjavík Laugardalslaug (literally pool of Laugardalur) is a public thermal baths and swimming pool complex located in the Laugardalur district of Iceland's capital Reykjavík. With an indoor Olympic-size swimming pool, a 50-metre-long outdoor swimming pool, a 400 m2 playing pool, 8 hot pots of various temperatures, and a 17 m2 steam bath, it is the largest conventional swimming pool complex in Iceland. Receiving about 800 thousand visitors in 2010, it is the most visited thermal baths in Iceland after the Blue Lagoon. The baths are owned by the City of Reykjavík, and are operated by its Department of Sport and Leisure (ÍTR; Íþrótta- og tómstundasvið Reykjavíkur.)
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