Game of Thrones: Top 5 set locations fans can explore
It is the final episode of Game of Thrones tonight and I cannot wait to see how it all ends.
For those Game of Thrones fans that are commiserating at that thought of their favourite show coming to an end at the end of eight seasons, travel app, Klook, knows the most thrilling Game of Thrones set locations from around the world that fans can experience first hand:
Old Town Dubrovnik, Croatia
Brave where most of the action is shot in the streets of the capital of Westeros, Kings Landing. Drogon not included!
2. Lake Mývatn & Grjótagjá caves, Iceland
Experience for yourself the Grjótagjá geothermal caves at Lake Mývatn in Iceland where Jon Snow and Ygritte had their romantic rendezvous.
3. Alcazar of Seville, Spain
Marvel at the Alcazar of Seville, the beautiful location of Sunspear and the Dornish home of House Martell.
4. Girona, Spain
There is no place for intrigue like the free city of Braavos filmed in Girona near Barcelona. Also home to the Great Sept of Baelor in Kings Landing – when it was still standing
5. Ballintoy Harbour and Dunluce Castle, Ireland and Northern Ireland
Visit the ruins of Harrenhal Castle and the Iron Islands of House Greyjoy from Belfast or Dublin in a day.
In fact, Northern Ireland has over 20 Game of Thrones filming locations to visit, which can be done in day if you start early enough!!
Don’t miss out the Game of Thrones tapestry at Ulster Museum too!!
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