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Iconic Game Of Thrones Locations That You Can Actually Visit (28 pics)

"Game of Thrones" might be a fantasy show, but the locations used are very real. They may have fictional names in the show, but you can visit many of the places you see while on "Game of Thrones" in real life. Find out how to get to your favorite location from the show.

Winterfell – Doune Castle, Scotland

King’s Landing Gate – Mdina, Malta

The road to King’s Landing – Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
The Red Keep – Fort Lovrijenac, Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Red Keep – San Anton Palace, Malta

King’s Landing – Ston, Croatia

Jon Snow and Ygritte’s love cave – Grjótagjá Cave, Iceland
Daenerys and Khal Drogo’s wedding – Azure Window, Malta

Braavos – Sibenik, Croatia

Yunkai and Pentos – Ait Benhaddou, Morocco

Meereen – Kliss Fortress, Croatia

Royal Palace of Dorne – Real Alcázar Palace, Seville, Spain
The Iron Islands – Murlough Bay, Northern Ireland
The Burning of the Seven – Mussenden, Northern Ireland
Wildling camp – Dimmuborgir, Iceland

North of the Wall – Vatnajokull, Icelandn
The Great Sept of Baelor – Fort Manoel, Malta
Lordsport – Ballintoy Harbour, Northern Ireland

Pentos – Ouarzazate, Morocco

Astapor – Essaouira, Morocco

The Long Bride of Volantis – The Roman Bridge, Cordoba, Spain

Danzak’s Fighting Pit – Plaza de Toros De Osuna, Spain
Stormlands – Cushendun Caves, Northern Ireland

Stormlands – Larrybane Quarry, Northern Ireland

Entrace to the House of the Undying – The Minceta Tower, Dubrovnik, Croatia
North of the Wall – Lake Myvatn, Iceland
The Eyrie in the Vale of Arryn – Meteora in Greece


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