Game of thrones may be a fantasy TV show, but some of the places in the story actually exist in real life.
The intrigue numerous plot twists have made the show popular with millions of people around the world.
The magic and fantasy have also earned the series millions of fans as the books and movies are some of the highest selling at the moment.
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George R.R Martin’s epic tale has some real places that were used in the series. If you are a die hard fan and you want to experience the places, bag your bags already!
1. The Stark’s castle:
The Stark castle in real life is Loch Doon Castle, Scotland.
2. The gates of King’s Landing:
The real location is Mdina, Malta.
3. Red Keep:
This place is actually Lovrijenac Fortress in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
4. The Iron Islands:
The Iron Islands
This place is Murlough Bay, Northern Ireland.
5. Eagle’s Nest (Arryn Valley):
This location is Meteora, Greece
6. North of the Wall:
North of the Wall
North of the Wall in real life is Mývatn lake, Iceland.
7. The lands beyond the Wall:
Lands beyond the wall
The lands beyond the wall can be found in The Vatnajökull glacier.
8. Camp of the Wildlings:
Camp of the wildings
This camp is actually the cliffs of Dimmuborgir, Iceland.
9. The tunnel of trees in Crownlands:
This is actually the The Dark Hedges beech trees, Antrim County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
The real location is Essaouira, Morocco.