GAME OF THRONES REVISITED
Join us as we go north of the Wall to discover waterfalls, rift valleys, medieval settlements, and other natural aspects that have become trademarks of Game of Thrones' stunning landscapes.
Following the paths of Sansa and Arya Stark
Reliving the Wildlings’ invasion south of the Wall
Behind-the-scenes stories with our guide
Just like the Game of Thrones cast members: take in the majestic, sweeping views, watch dancing waterfalls, capture the panoramas, and experience the stillness and solitude of this country's great land.
Gullfoss waterfall, sets for the most dramatic scenes like Drogon the dragon hunting for goats, the Hound and Brienne of Tarth fighting for Arya Stark (this location is only visited during summer season) and when the Wildlings and Thenns attack Olly's village.
The Bloody Gate scenes were filmed at Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site where the age-old Icelandic parliament. This narrow passageway to the Eyrie was taken by Lord Baelish (Little Finger) and Sansa Stark and later by the Hound and Arya. Don’t forget the Wildlings roaming South of the Wall.
Next on the stop is a walk around the settlement-era lodge in Þjórsárdalur valley where elaborate scenes were shot, including a certain hair-raising massacre of a village.
This tour is a true treat for Game of Thrones fans to step inside the realm of the show, but even those who haven't seen the program will be able to appreciate the stunning landscape on this expedition. Winter is coming!