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Service 4.7
Value for Money 3.8
Location 2.7
Cleanliness 5.0
  • Tim Welch
    TimMay 2019

    This is a must see site for anyone in Iceland who is interested in history, especially medieval history. You can see an excavated tunnel and the foundation stones of Snorri's house leading to the old pool. Most of the area around the bathing pool has been reconstructed however the large base stones at the bottom are original. The whole area is very tranquil in a pleasant valley. Seeing original medieval stone ruins in what used to be a fort back in the 13 century is definitely worth a visit, especially since Iceland has very few Medieval relics. I would also recommend visiting the museum which is wonderfully decorated and has a lot of information about Snorri and the history of the area. The gift shop has a wonderful selection of books on Icelandic history. Hope they eventually get more funding to continue excavations in the area.

  • Eric Meulien
    EricMay 2019

    Beautiful small hot spring bath. One of the first registered historical landmark in Iceland. Could have come out of a Tolkien's inspired movie set.

  • Torsten Kanngiesser
    TorstenMay 2019

    A cool place to see a glance of the icelandic Middle Ages

  • Mystic Iceland
    MysticMay 2019

    A must-see site for history buffs and anyone seeking to connect with the vikings of old. Although this site is mostly known for Snorralaug or Snorri's bath, there is a very interesting museum at the site. This is believed to be Snorri Sturlason's (1178-1241) bath. In addition to this well preserved part of history are two churches and other ruins. One of the ruins is believed to be the original church during Snorri's time. Everything is free except the museum.

  • Gabriel Carreño
    GabrielMay 2019

    A nice stopping place, it's nice to see the architecture and historic landmarks.

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