The Game of Thrones tour takes you to some of the filming locations in Iceland
If you’re a fan of the mythical “Game of Thrones” series, a drama as deep and dark as some of Iceland’s glacial lakes, you’ll love this tour that traces the footsteps of your favorite characters through the mysterious landscape of Iceland.
The Game of Thrones tour takes you to some of the filming locations in Iceland where you’ll get to experience Icelandic nature just like the cast members: take in the majestic, sweeping views, feel the spray of the dancing waterfalls, capture the panoramas in the distance, and experience the stillness and solitude.
Meet some of the hairiest extras from the show - the Icelandic horses.
Visit the stomping ground of the White Walkers and the trail of the Wildlings from North of the Wall at Þingvellir National Park and get to know the symbolic significance of the setting in context to the plot.
Follow in the footsteps of Arya and the Hound, and of Sansa and Littlefinger, on their separate journeys to the Bloody Gate on the way to the Eyrie.
Walk around the Settlement Era Viking Lodge in Þjórsárdalur valley where elaborate scenes were shot and one of the most hair raising massacres of the series took place.
Visit the waterfall in the valley where Drogon surprised a young goatherder (currently dragon free).
Your guide, a Game of Thrones buff, will tell you all about the different locations, what scenes they were used for, and their part in the complete story.
Walk in the footsteps of your favourite “Game of Thrones“ characters. Be transported to Iceland’s breathtaking scenery, used as film sites in the gripping series “Game of Thrones.” Experience the dramatic gorge at Þingvellir – The location of the iconic Bloody Gates of the Eyrie Then drive through to Þjórsárdalur and on route experience the stomping ground of White Walkers, Wildlings and people in the North. Explore Þjórsárdalur and the “Settlement Era Viking Lodge” – location of the greatest massacre and one of the most elaborate scene so far. A place where innocent farmers in the gift where attacked by a group of wildlings. Stop by at Laxnes horse farm and get to know the „Garron“ the horses of North Westeros, specifically bred for the old, snowy climats and rough terrain.
In accordance with the theme of the show, the tour commentary may contain descriptions and strong language that is not suitable for children or sensitive individuals.
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