After last night’s thrilling season finale (wow!) Game of Thrones will be off the airwaves for another year. But never fear, Lords and Ladies – your Game of Thrones Travel Guide is here to tide you over. The show’s creators travel to the ends of the earth in search of the perfect landscapes and cities to bring the fantastical realm of Westeros to life, and you can follow in their footsteps. From the icy vistas in the cold lands north of The Wall to the shady water gardens of the far south, we can take you to the real places that live behind the story. Join us on an epic adventure, as we journey everywhere from Iceland to Morocco…
The most recent addition to the line-up, Seville’s gardens and cathedrals are introduced in season 5 as the city of Sunspear, in Dorne.
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.