20 beautiful places in “Game of Thrones” movie
Dark Hedges: This road is located near Armoy village in Northern Ireland. The oaks on both sides of the road were planted in the 1750s by the Stuart family who wanted to create a fascinating landscape to impress visitors near the entrance to their mansion. Pictures of beautiful trees also often appear in the “Game of Thrones” movie.
Mussenden Temple: Downhill Strand overlooking the Mussenden Temple in Northern Ireland is the place where is frequently visited by Stannis Baratheon in “Game of Thrones”.
Ballintoy: A small coastal village in Northern Ireland has become the setting of Pyke, the capital of Iron Islands, in the “Game of Thrones” movie.
Dubrovnik: Croatian city is selected as the scene for Westeros capital of Landing Kingdom.
Lokrum: The island off the coast of Dubrovnik is the setting for the city of Qarth in the “Game of Thrones” movie. Guests can sail to this beautiful island.
Trsteno Arboretum: A botanical garden located from the city of Dubrovnik about 30 minutes by car as the setting for the Red Keep palace.
Trogir: St Dominic Monastery in the port city of Croatia is also a part of Qarth city in the “Game of Thrones” movie. This work has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Split: The slave city of Meereen in the movie was filmed at the old palace-Diocletian in Split, Croatia.
Mdina: The city in Malta is also set for the Landing Kingdom along with Dubrovnik city in Croatia.
Vatnajokull: Europe's largest glacier river in Iceland becomes even greater in the “Game of Thrones” movie.
Thingvellir National Park: The national park in Iceland is place where the bloody battle between Brienne and Hound in the “Game of Thrones” movie happened.
Dimmuborgir: A frozen field near Mývatn Lake in Northern Iceland is the military camp of Mance Rayder. The crew must work under -11 degrees Celsius here.
Essaouira: The sea city in Morocco is where Daenerys first met loyal troop- Unsullied.
Ouarzazate: Fans of “Gladiator” movie of director Ridley Scott can see that the two towns of Ait Benhaddou and Ouarzazate in Morocco also appeared in the “Game of Thrones” movie.
Bardenas Reales: The barren land of Navarre, Spain, became the Dothraki Sea in the “Game of Thrones” movie.
Zafra Castle: Joy Tower, where the sword battle between Ned Stark and Ser Arthur Dayne is actually the Zafra castle located 1.4 km above sea level in Guadalajara, Spain.
Seville: The Spanish city is set as the background of the Westeros Kingdom and Essos region along the Narrow Sea in the movie.
Cordoba: The Roman Bridge in Spanish city became the Long Bridge of Volantis city in the movie.
Barrika: Beaches in the town of Spain are set for the “Game of Thrones Season 7” movie.
Cáceres: The city of the Extremadura autonomous community and the nearby town of Malpartida was also chosen as the setting for the movie.
By: Scarlet Johnson