Some ‘Game of Thrones’s Locations You Should Visit if You Want to Feel Like You Live in Westeros.


Game of thrones’s locations you should visit-Can you also hear the theme song in your head? I cannot wait for the final season. The series has been entertaining us for more than a while now and has garnered a lot of popularity because of the storyline it follows, full of suspense, drama, politics, relationships and everything in between.

Game of Thrones was first aired in 2011 and is going to give its final season in 2019. It is the most awaited series for many people. The plot is so engaging that once you start watching it, it pulls you into itself and doesn’t let go until you have reached the very end. All the actors are phenomenal, and they deserve all that is best in their careers.

Have you ever watched the mesmerising locations in which the series is shot? Do you want to visit some? I have the perfect solution for you fans out there. Until the final season is aired, meanwhile let us take down a walk to some of the shooting locations of our favourite series. Shall we?

Game of thrones’s locations you should visit

Dubrovnik, Croatia (King’s Landing)

Isn’t this location just as majestic as it seems from the eyes of Game of Thrones. I can live here forever. Can someone take me to king’s landing, but wait, check if Cersei is still alive.

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Alcazar Palace, Seville, Spain (Dorne)

Oh, my! It’s like someone recorded all my dream locations and used them all in my favourite series. These locations are just so beautiful.

Thingvellir, Iceland (The North)

The king in the north sure stays in the coolest place possible *chuckles*. I’d like a tour of this place.

Quarzazate, Morocco (Pentos)

This place looks so charming, I mean, come on, it’s Morocco. What a beauty! I would surely like to trade places with Khal Drogo.

Murlough Bay, Northern Ireland (Iron Islands)

Balon Grejoy sure has the prettiest view in the world, don’t you agree? These places are too irresistible.

Grjotagja Cave, Iceland (The North)

I love the places in The North, and this image seems quite dramatic or is it just me?

Plaza De Toros De Osuna, Spain (Meereen)

Ooooohh! I’m so excited to see this, and I don’t know why, probably because it is the kingdom of our most loved Khaleesi.

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Dimmuborgir, Iceland (Wildling Camp)

Game of thrones's locations you should visit

Oh, the snow makes the location such beautiful. Ygritte might have enjoyed the view.

Fort Manoel, Gzira, Malta (Sept of Baelor)

This centre of the religious worship for the Faith of the Seven and the seat of the High Septon of Faith looks lovely.

Girona, Spain (Braavos)

The labyrinth of deceit and illusion is quite marvellous.

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Spain (Dragonstone)

Daenerys Targaryen’s homeland is quite frankly the best of the places.

Castle Ward, Ireland (The Twins and Winterfell scenes)

I have adored Winterfell from the starting of the show as it is such an enchanting place. Although it’s inhabitants, have changed from time to time it has stood against all the hurdles and is now in right hands.

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

We have seen this place too many times in the series to oversee it. Have you also wondered that where it might be located? There you have it, your answer.

Magheramorne Quarry, Northern Ireland (Castle Black)

We have seen too many adventures, and tragedies take place at the Castle Black to remove it from our mind. Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen are at the Castle Black right now where the most deadly battle waits ahead of them.

Which of these places took your breath away? Can we book our tickets already? Tell me which place was your favourite in the comment section below.