As promised, here are some more exciting places that will give you the G.O.T feels. This the second part of the list of places which helped the show paint the stories. True travel goals guys! Check it out!

 

SPAIN

BARDENAS REALES (DOTHRAKI SEA)

A stunning desert-like landscape, the Bardenas Reales Natural Park has got to be one of the most hauntingly beautiful GoT filming locations ever. The dragon queen Daenerys Targaryen is set to meet with an unfriendly khalassar, another Dothraki tribe, here.

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DANERYS MEETS THE HAND-PLAZA DE TOROS DE OSUNA

Osuna’s bullring shines on the small screen. Seville stands in for the sands of Meereen for one of the show’s biggest scenes, and the most expensive in the history of television, when Tyrion and Daenerys meet for the first time -Marking the beginning of a whole new story line in the show.

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WHERE IS THE DRAGON STONE? ITZURUN BEACH.

Daenerys Targaryen finally returned to the shores of Westeros – Dragonstone, to be precise – and the real-life location is remarkably easy to visit. That rocky beach seen so frequently in the show is called Itzurun, and it lies beside a Spanish seaside town called Zumaia.

 

ITALICA- THE LION MEETS THE DRAGON

Remember the thrilling season 7 finale? The tense meeting with Cersei, where a white walker was released, took place in a huge amphitheatre. According to the mayor of Santiponce, Carolina Casanova, it was filmed at the ruins of Italica, an ancient Roman city and birthplace of emperors Trajan and Hadrian, just outside Seville.

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ICELAND

KIRKJUFELL MOUNTAIN

When winter finally dawns upon the 7 kingdoms, The Hound looks into the flames and says he sees a mountain that looks like an arrowhead. Fast forward we get an epic team up with our favourite characters. They head beyond the wall, find the arrowhead mountain; fight the night king, later saved by Dany and her Dragon.The mountain that looks like an arrowhead is actually Kirkjufell a famous mountain and waterfall combination in Iceland.  Iceland is ridiculously beautiful (a big reason it is used so often in Game of Thrones) so regardless of your GOT obsession, you should travel here anyway.

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GRJOTAGJA CAVE

What seems like a travel across many worlds- beyond the wall, way up north; is all just a few hours flight from London. This cave in Iceland is known for the hot spring waters due to the eruption around the cave. The place where Mance ryder and his wildlings set up the camp. The infamous scene where Jon breaks his oath with Ygritte in the hot spring is shot here.

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To gear up for the new season of the show, start planning your trip to these places. In the forts where all the conspiracies is plotted, through the blue waters that they sail, amidst the bustling crowd, experience the Game of Thrones feel. Start checking off these place from your list!

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