As Game of Thrones fans already know, Westeros is a fictional continent, home to the famous Seven Kingdoms and the uncharted, snow-covered territory beyond. In reality, much of the hit show was filmed in Iceland, and you can visit many of these stunning locations on your next trip to the real land of ice and fire.
The fantasy world of Game of Thrones has attracted millions of fans during its seven-season run. And while the series is filmed all over the world – Ireland, Morocco, and Croatia all make an appearance – you can spot Iceland’s iconic scenery in nearly every season. From a glacier that stands in as the land beyond The Wall, to the geothermal cave made famous by Jon Snow and Ygritte, Iceland’s otherworldly landscape is omnipresent on Game of Thrones.
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