As the saying goes, anything worth doing is worth doing well. This is surely the reason why the organizers went as far as choosing exquisite locations of the world for this movie, Game of Thrones. People classify you as one who doesn’t know what’s trending, when they discover that you are not following up this movie series, Game of Thrones.


It’s quite irresistible; if you watch the very first episode, it will appear like a spell has casted on you, so you’d want to do everything possible to watch the episodes which follow. For those that don’t know of the existence of this series, Game of Thrones is a thrilling drama which consists of eight blood busting seasons. This movie was premiered on 17 April, 2011. The eighth season just got started, it kicked off on the 14th of April, 2019: this season is on its second episode at the moment.


What Are The Countries Involved In Game of Thrones?


They include:


  • Morocco


  • United States


  • Scotland


  • Spain


  • Malta


  • Canada


  • Northern Ireland


  • Belfast


  • Iceland


The countries listed above are the countries where this fascinating movie was filmed. Isn’t this enough to tell you that this movie is worth watching? Up to 10 locations, that’s awesome.


The specific locations:


  1. Thorufoss:


In the 4th season, the dragon of Daenerys attacks an innocent goat which stood by an awesome waterfall. The waterfall can be found in Iceland. It’s more beautiful when viewed in real life.


  1. Thingvellir National Park:

On several occasions, the Bloody gate has shown up in the movie, Game of Thrones. The Thingvellir National Park is the venue was those scenes are filmed that’s where it was actually filmed in real life. The gate is CSI.


  1. Itzurun Beach:

The place known as dragonstone has been one of the locations, which have appeared most on Game of Thrones. If you desire to visit that location, go to the Itzurun Beach in Zumaia, Spain.


  1. Dubrovnik:

The Old Town in the city, Dubrovnik, Croatia doubles for the capital of Westeros, King’s Landing.


  1. Ballintoy Harbor:

The scenes done at The Iron Islands are filmed in Ballintoy Harbor in Northern Ireland. Wanna go to any of these locations, visit:!