Top 5 game of thrones location
Game of thrones is an American Fantasy Drama television series creted by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. Set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos, game of thrones has several plots. It follows several arcs. One arc is about the Iron Throne and The seven kingdom. The series has been shot in different beautiful locations of the world. The recent episodes of the final season of the series was produced at the highest cost. Here are the 10 different locations from around the world where the series was shot. The director believes one can only get the best cinematic with the best view.
1. King’s landing- Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The famous city in the Game of thrones, called the King’s landing. It has featured in all the seasons. It is an important location. The city has become a tourist hub ever since it has been featured in the show.
2. Winterfell- Castel Ward, Ireland.
Home to the family of Starks, this location is the most beautiful and coldest place of all. The king in the north resided her in the show. Located in Northen Ireland, near the village of Strangford, in County Down. This location is open for the public to visit.
3. Beyond the wall- Vatnajokull, Iceland.
Europe’s second largest glacier in Iceland, Vatnajokull is chosen for the location for Beyond the wall. The glacier covers 8% of the country. This is where the White walkers used to live in the show.
4.Highgarden- Castillo de Almodovar del Rio, Spain
It is castle town in the city of spain. It is open for the public to visit. The Lannisters have now taken over the wealthiest estate in Westoros.
5. Dragonstone- Zumaia, Spain.
One of the most important locations this season. This location can be seen in the episode of season 7.
In real life, Dragonstone is shot at Downhill Strand in Country Derry, Ireland.