Tick tock! Tick tock! As we draw nigh to the eighth and final season of arguably the best and most exciting fantasy drama television series of our generation; Game of Thrones, everyone including us at Wakanow are excited and can’t wait to get started.
Just in case you are yet to watch the trailer, here it is
Season 7 saw over 10.1 million people tuning in to watch the premiere and we bet that figure will definitely skyrocket this Sunday.
We’ve compiled a list of holiday destinations from season 1-7 that will blow your mind.
Everybody loves Spain. The culture, the food, the people and the destinations. Known for its sun-scorched beaches and desert-like regions, Spain is a country of breathtaking panoramic views, eclectic architecture, tasty cuisines and a country of many festivals.
Just like in season 5, you too can soak yourself in the luxury of the Royal Alcázar of Seville, Spain for as low as $50 from the Cathedral to the palace, to the water gardens.
Did you know, the scene where the Sons of the Harpy tried to assassinate Daenerys was shot at the bull ring of Osuna located in southern Spain where bullfighting is still a thing and open to visitors
The tiny Mediterranean nation of Malta is one of best beach destinations in Europe and the gate of King’s landing is located in the city of Mdina. Known as the silent city due to the fact that no cars (except those of a limited number of residents) have permission to enter the city. If you plan to visit Malta soon, the old capital city of Mdina should be the first on your list.
Take a fun trip and walk through the Dark Hedges when you visit Northern Ireland. The most photographed location in the country is also the road from King’s Landing. The Dark Hedges originated in eighteenth century when the Stuart family planted the rows of beech trees designed to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their mansion, Gracehill house.
Source: Where the world is Nina
The star of Africa overlooking the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west starred in Game of Thrones. Morocco is a perfect holiday destination for anyone. Popular for their elegance, architecture, culture and incredible sights both the cities of Ait Benhaddou and Ouarzazate featured in the HBO produced series.
Source: Lonely Planet
If you are yet to visit the beautiful country of Croatia, GOT should have convinced you enough to visit the most used filming location of the series.
The third most visited city in the country, Dubrovnik; a stunningly intact walled city on the Adriatic Sea coast, south of Croatia is a beauty to behold.
Already, in a new report by TripAdvisor, many tourists have started shifting their attention to these Game Of Thrones filming locations. So, imagine an out-of-this-world summer vacation in these mysterious filming locations.
Exciting, isn’t it?