Are you a GOT fan? Have you dreamt of visiting Game of Thrones’ filming locations?
After watching GOT, you might be wondering, whether you can find real locations of Games of Thrones or not. The most popular HBO TV series the Game of Thrones’ headquarters is located in Paint Hall studios at Belfast, Nothern Ireland. The main part of the Game of Thrones and the interior sets were created in Northern Ireland. A few locations were from European-African countries.
Let’s take a tour to Game of Thrones kingdoms and more! Shall we start?
1. Where Was Winterfell Castle Filmed?
- A. Bodiam Castle
- B. Dover castle
- C. Bamberg castle
- D. Doune Castle
Real Place to visit-Dubrovnik, Croatia
King’s Landing doesn’t exist (filmed in the studio). Though a few exterior sites include places of Split, Dubrovnik both located in Croatia. The big dog city was situated in the streets of Dubrovnik.
The King’s Road
Real Place to visit-The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland
Can you recall a scene where Arya escaped from King’s Landing and headed towards North in search of John Snow was in “The Dark Hedges”? It took place in Northern Ireland where you see the road of beech trees leading to a Georgian mansion.
Real Place to visit– Ouarzazate, Morocco
Yunkai is located in Ouarzazate. You would have watched the scene where Dany freed people of Slaver’s Bay. It is a small village from the corner of the Sahara desert.
Sunspear and the Water Gardens
Real place to visit- Alcázar of Seville
Game of Thrones’ the spear and the Water Gardens was a palace of Seville in Andalusia, Spain.
Real place to visit- Morocco
There are fictional cities that were used in GOT for Yunkai and Astapor. It took place in Morocco.
Real place to visit – Downhill Strand, Northern Ireland
The long-awaited meeting of the 7th season took place in Downhill Strand, Northern Ireland.
The House of the Undying in Qarth
Real place to visit – Minceta Tower in Dubrovnik, Croatia
It filmed in the same place as King’s Landing. You might have seen this location when Dany was looking for her missing dragon in season 1. It was the Croatian city.
Beyond the Wall, Westeros
Real place to visit – Hverfjall volcano, Lake Myvatin, Iceland
In GOT, Beyond the Wall was shot in Iceland including Hverfjall volcano, Lake Myvatin.
Jon and Ygritte’s Love Cave
Real place to visit – Grjótagjá, Iceland
That place where Jon and Ygritte spent their evening was actually a lava cave in Grjótagjá, Iceland.