You probably wouldn’t really want to find yourself in Game of Thrones in real life, as the likelihood that you’d die is quite high. But for those who are a fan of the show and/or George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series, comparatively safe Game of Thrones-inspired vacations are still an option.
You most likely recollect season 2 when the characters Melisandre and Davos landed aground the tempest lands. Davos was told to take Melisandre off into a precipice and inside a dim give in. And after that, she brought forth the shadow animal as Davos quitter in the corner in stun. The area of this scene could have been recorded anyplace on the planet, and others accepted that it was just a generation set. Be that as it may, they weren’t right.
Vaes Dothrak, the sole city of the Dothraki, gets some of its epic je ne sais quois from Northern Ireland’s Morne Mountains looming in the background. Specifically, the Vaes Dothrak season one scenes were filmed in the area known as Sandy Brae.
Another Zicasso tour leads fans through various Game of Thrones filming locations in Croatia, with a day and a half devoted to the ancient city of Dubrovnik, primary site of King’s Landing exterior shots for seasons two through five.
4.Daenerys Throne Room
Leading up to her bench was a flight of stairs that were built by the show’s production crew. When the show went on the hunt for the perfect spot for Daenerys and her dragons to call home, they stumbled upon the city of the Split, Croatia. They fell in love with a place called Diocletian’s palace- an ancient ruin that survived the fall of the Roman empire.
Game of Thrones Tours offers excursions to Belfast and Dublin-based filming locations. Key among those is the Castle Ward Estate, where the castle and stableyard are the real-world counterparts of Winterfell, seat of House Stark (well, House Bolton, now). The site of Robb Stark’s Riverlands camp and one of the two towers that make up Walder Frey’s castle, a.k.a. the “Twins,” are also nearby.