If you’re a big fan of GoT, you might want to add these locations featured on Game of Thrones to your travel bucket list!
Season 7 of Game of Thrones is finally here! To celebrate the occasion we decided to inspire you with these beautiful locations, perfect for a relaxing getaway.
The series has been shot across multiple locations, including sumptuous castles. This list, however, is more focused on some of the truly picturesque landscapes where GoT was filmed.
In real life this is an ancient monastery, in the series the St. Dominic Monastery is location to the iconic scene between Cersei Lannister and Ned Stark.
A reflection of luxury, Villa Scheherazade was a symbol of wealth and power in the early 20th century. Serving as a retreat for the elite both then and now, this villa stands out for its magnificent blue and white façade. In GoT it’s the spot where Varys and Tyrion Lannister converse
The Alcazar Palaze, in Seville, Spain is a beautiful work of Andalusian-Islamic architecture. The site features a monumental garden, with extraordinary fountains, mazes, and flora. We saw Prince Doran strolling around these lavish gardens in season 5.
The Thingvellir National Park in Iceland, filled with exotic rock formations, is one of the most visited natural reserves in the world. Portrayed as misty and dark, this setting houses the Vale of Arryn and the Riverlands from the series.
House to the famous scenes between Margaery Tyrell and her grandmother, this exotic garden outside the city of Dubrovnik, Croatia is known for its rare flora. It used to be the summer residence of a noble Croatian family. This garden is featured in the series as one of King’s Landing main gardens.
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