Honestly I’d go back to Reykjavik purely to visit the Blue Lagoon. I adore spas, pampering and thermal pools (check out the Budapest thermal baths 101 ), and this is one of the most beautiful of the outdoor baths I’ve visited - unsurprising as it is one of the 25 wonders of the world. Despite the breathtakingly low outdoor temperatures, the water is satisfyingly hot approx, 37-39°C, and its hard not to feel at peace in this place, surrounded by the picturesque snow topped hills and illuminous blue water (they don't call it the 'blue' lagoon for no reason). With free face mud to smother and a swim up bar, it’s easy to spend a whole day in the lagoon with an on-site hotel, restaurant and treatments, so book your tickets and look forward to a day of bliss.
A beautifully picturesque 'town', located literally in the middle of no-where, Reykjavik - meaning smoke/steam cove, is the world's most northern capital city. With only a population of around 120,00, technically Reykjavik is a town, however this doesn't mar its beautiful landscape and it's UNESCO status as a City of Literature. The capital of Iceland only gets four hours of sunlight on it's shortest day, full of quirky museums, art and architecture, it's a beautiful year round Winter destination. Decorated by the vibrant rows of colourful homes and street art, the city centre is a quaint row of tourist shops, punctuated by restaurants offering the freshest catch of the day.