The final season of Game of Thrones may be over, but you can live your GoT fantasy all year long with travel!
Here are the TOP 5 Destinations to play the Game of Thrones.
1. Dubrovnik, Croatia aka Kings Landing
Nested on the shore of the Adriatic Sea, Durbovnik’s stone walls, dramatic cliffs and amazing views make it the perfect seat for the kings, or Queens, of Westeros.
2. Doune Castle, Scotland aka The Lord’s Tower (Stark House)
Poor little Bran Stark “fell” out one of its windows in the first season, when he saw something he never should have. Originally built in the 13th century, Doune Castle features a nature walk through the grounds for visitors.
3. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland aka Kingsroad
Not just the road used to visit your King, the area that surrounds the Dark Hedges is a must-see, since it has been used to film Winterfell, Castle Black and the Stark family war encampment.
4. Essaouira, Morocco aka Astapor
Not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but the home of slave-trading city where Daenerys freed the Unsullied, including everyone’s favourite: Grey Worm.
5. Skaftafell National Park, Iceland
Probably one of the most famous sites and a favourite among GoT fans, this is the setting of Jon Snow and Ygritte’s love story. Located at the South East Coast of Iceland at the roots of Vatnajökull where you find the biggest glacier in Europe and one of the steamiest scenes in TV history.