With the return of Game of the Thrones to TV screens in April, we thought it'd be a great time to share some of the filming locations you can visit. The landscapes in the show truly look out of this world, but they are in fact from earth itself and places that are pretty easy to visit on your travels.
So, without further ado, here are some of the most spectacular settings from the show that you can visit…
Key Locations: Castle Ward in County Down, aka the courtyard at Winterfell, Ballintoy Harbour, aka Iron Islands, The Dark Hedges of Country Antrim, aka The King’s Road.
Key Locations: Ait Benhaddou, aka Yunkai, Essaouira aka Astapor, Corridor of Scala, aka The Walk of Punishment.
Key Locations: Gorges at Þingvellir, aka where the White Walkers come from, the lava fields of Dimmuborgir, aka Mance Rayder’s camp, Mýrdalsjökull glacier, aka Fist of the First Men.
Key Locations: Girona, aka King’s Landing, Corboda, aka The Long Bridge, Real Alcazar of Seville, aka residence of House Martell, deserts of Almeria, aka lands of the Dothraki, Castle of Zafra, aka The Tower of Joy.
Key Locations: Fort Lovrijenac in Dubrovnic, aka Red Keep, Minceta Tower, aka House of the Undying, Lokrum Island, aka Qarth, Klis, aka Meereen, Port of Mandroc, aka Port of Bravoos.
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