10 Locations to Make You Feel Like You’re in the World of Game of Thrones

10 Locations to Make You Feel Like You're in the World of Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is a show that not only has a great cast and story, but also some gorgeous looking locations. Now, the world of Game of Thrones doesn’t seem like the most ideal places to be, but the locations used on the show can make some neat vacation spots. So here are the 10 beautiful Game of Thrones locations that you can add to your next vacation!

1. Alcazar Palace, Seville, Spain (Dorne)

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Alcázar In Sevilla

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2. Thingvellir, Iceland (The North)

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It felt like we were transported to a movie set when walking through the #Þingvellir National Park! This photo was taken in a rocky rift valley that marks the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the boundary between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. These two plates are moving apart at approximately 2cm per year. Þingvellir, anglicised as #Thingvellir, is a #nationalpark in the municipality of #Bláskógabyggð in southwestern #Iceland, about 40 km northeast of Iceland's capital, #Reykjavík. Þingvellir is a site of historical, cultural, and geological significance, and is one of the most popular #touristdestinations in Iceland. To its south lies #Þingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland. 😁 🙌 🌏 #Followme @travel.vicariously for more awesome travel pictures and destinations! Check the link in my bio for a free guide on how to travel full time like I do too! #icelandroadtrip #icelandtour #icelandscape #icelandtravel #icelandtravel #icelandbeauty #icelandnationalpark #visiticeland #travellingthroughtheworld #travelvicariously #travelblog #travelblogger

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3. Ouarzazate, Morocco (Pentos)

4. Murlough Bay, Northern Ireland (Iron Island)

5. Grjotagja Cave, Iceland (The North)

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Driving around Reykjahlid, we saw so many thermal springs and steam coming from the ground, but couldn't find this cave. So we drove a bit longer and saw the tiny sign that said Grjotagja Cave. Walking into this open cave was really cool. The water was hot, but not unbearable and the cave continued further, but could only be accessed if you swam. After I took this photo, I noticed the rocks looked like a George Washington looking head looking down at the water. Now I can't unsee it… Comment below if you see George's head! 🇮🇸⛰ . . . . . #iceland #moodygram #photography #earth_shots #wheniniceland #bestvacations #travelbug #welivetoexplore #norsemythology #adventure #exploretocreate #epic_captures #wanderlust #natgeotravelpic #mystopover #ourplanetdaily #theglobewanderer #stayandwander #passionpassport #thegreatoutdoors #jaw_dropping_shots #wekeepmoments #ModernWild #houseoftones #grjotagjacave #mynorthadventure #iamatraveler #absoluteiceland #thermalspring #cave

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6. Plaza De Toros De Osuna, Spain (Meereen)

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One day before Game of Thrones Season 7! OMG! So here's another throwback! My next stop after the Alcazar in Seville, Spain was another Game of Thrones Season 5 shooting location – the Great Peak of Daznak or also known as Plaza de Toros de Osuna in real life! This was where Khaleesi/Daenerys reunited with Drogon during a battle with the Sons of Harpys. Unluckily, the restaurant where Emilia Clarke celebrated her birthday was close at the time I went there. I wanted so badly to eat there – they serve Game of Thrones themed meals. And Osuna was a very quiet town and very "far from civilization." I was literally the only person, who visited the arena that day. I had it all by myself. Hahaha!

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7. San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Spain (Dragonstone)

8. The Dark Hedges of Armoy, Northern Ireland (The King’s Road)

9. Zumaya, Spain (Dragonstone)

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playa de juego de tronos👏👏👏👏

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10. Castell de Santa Florentina, Spain (Horn Hill)

 


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