“Game of Thrones” is one of the world’s most watched series. And among the many things that make it so unique are the spectacular locations where it is filmed. For example, events in King’s Landing take place in Croatia, the biggest battles are filmed in Spain, and the far north of this fictional world is actually in Iceland. Would you like to shorten the wait until the next season? Take advantage of attractive flight connections to Game of Thrones hotspots and visit some of the most important filming locations:
Dubrovnik in Croatia: Fly from Munich to Dubrovnik! There you can directly experience King’s Landing and the desert city of Quarth, in addition to exploring the city’s main attractions. Dubrovnik’s Old Town is chockful of fascinating sights that include medieval fortresses, Gothic palaces, two beautiful harbors and walkable defensive walls. If you like, you can go on a guided tour to get to know the city on the Adriatic Sea even better.
Country Londonderry in Northern Ireland: Hike down an enchanting 11-kilometer-long sandy beach that directly adjoins green meadows. It serves as the scenery for the outer parts of Dragonstone. Londonderry is easy to reach after landing in Dublin.
Andalusia in Spain: Andalusia is an especially popular filming location for this U.S. series. The Alcázar of Seville has provided the set for the water gardens of the Dorne peninsula in southern Westeros. Scenes have also been shot in Osuna, an hour’s drive from Seville, near where Julius Caesar won the final battle of his civil war. The town’s bullring was used as the arena of Meereen, where Daenerys began her first dragon flight.
Aït Benhaddou in Morocco: Aït Benhaddou is easy to reach from Marrakesh. The village was transformed into the cities of Yunkai and Pentos on the continent of Essos. Daenerys Targaryen lived in Pentos for a while before marrying Khal Drago. Follow her tracks through Slaver’s Bay and the free cities!