Are you a fan of mega fantasy TV series Game of Thrones? If so, then the following places will most likely look vaguely familiar to you.
Check out a list of places where this super famous TV show was filmed.
Plaza de toros de Osuna, Seville, Andalusia (Arena of Meereen)
The sands of Meereen is one of Seville, where one of the TV series’ biggest scenes were filmed, which also happens to be the most expensive in the history of television. This is was where Daenerys met Tyrion.
It’s still unknown whether other famous Seville sites are included in filming. But if you happen to be in Osuna, be sure to go to Casa Curro, which is the first restaurant that offers GoT themed menu.
Alcázar de Sevilla (Water Palaces of Dorne)
This luscious place is the perfect place to shoot the Water Gardens of the Kingdom of Dome. Hence, it was transformed into the palatial home of Martell, which is also why you can expect to see Doran Martell roaming its gardens and private rooms.
The Roman bridge in Cordoba, Andalusia (Long Bridge of Volantis)
This stunning bridge will become the grace of the TV series, the Long Bridge of Volantis. The staff and crew of GoT used several cameras in drones to shoot the place, making it look longer on film.
Essaouira lies in the west of Aït-Ben-Haddou, but the GoT city of Astapor is in the south of Yunkai. One of the famous landmarks in the city, which is the fortified wall, makes Astapor quite remarkable. But not like its fictional city, Essaouira has a more relaxed atmosphere.
Grjótagjá (Thermal Spring or ‘Jon and Ygritte’s love nest’)
This small lava cave is near Lake Myvatn, northeastern part of Iceland. It is also where Jon and Ygritte’s steamy scene was shot, thanks to its 50-degree Celsius water.
These are just five of the most famous scenes where the thrilling, Game of Thrones series, was shot.