After a year of anticipation, Game of Thrones fans are beside themselves as they await the start of hit show’s new season later this month. But fear not Defenders of the Realm – Exodus is here to plug the gap with a Game of Thrones destination guide! From King’s Landing to Astapor, the show’s entourage has travelled far and wide to film in some of the world’s most dramatic and stunning locations. So come with us into the world of Wildlings, White Walkers and Crows as we journey everywhere from Iceland to Morocco…
Used as the royal city of King’s Landing – home of the Iron Throne – in season one.
Gozo’s Azure Window featured as the backdrop of the Dothraki wedding between Khal Drogo and Daenerys.
From season two onwards, filming of the Westerosi capital was moved to Dubrovnik.
Fans will recognise this Moroccan red citadel as the city of Yunkai from season three.
Games of Thrones’ producers turned this Moroccan coastal gem into the slave city of Astapor.
Multiple locations across Iceland’s wild, volcanic and glaciated landscape have been used for filming, especially for scenes beyond The Wall.