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For viewers in the UK, Game of Thrones has come to an end. Arguably the cultural zeitgeist of present-day, GoT has undeniably consumed the critical mass of society with nudity, violence and dragons.
We Swap can’t promise you mythical creatures, but the travel money provider can deliver a guide to the REAL locations of Games of Thrones for around £300. For those who wish to experience the hit HBO TV series in real life, the main GOT headquarters are at Paint Hall studios in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where most of the interior sets are housed. However, many other European countries and even African filming locations have been used to make the multi-million project what it is to hordes of avid viewers across the world.
This bank holiday, here’s how to visit Westeros and more for the cheapest prices going. The team at WeSwap have trawled through the price comparison sites and flight providers to bring you Game of Thrones on a budget for the spring bank-holiday:
For £289, Game of Thrones enthusiasts can visit filming locations in Croatia, including the King’s Landing in Dubrovnik, Braavos in Sibenik and 10 Meereen in the Kliss Fortress, a stunning medieval fortress.
Enjoy the sunshine and take in the sites at filming locations in Spain, home to the Royal Palace of Dorne in Seville and the Long Bridge of Volantis in Cordoba, for £355.
Or, for a different kind of holiday, explore the dramatic landscapes of Thingvellir, Iceland – which acts as North of Westeros in the show.
Further afield, Morocco acts as a rich and colourful backdrop for the filming of Pentos in Ouarzazate, which you can visit for £332.
Finally, relive the cinematic experience of Daenerys and Drogo’s wedding at the picturesque Azure Window in the island of Malta for £250.
If you’re already lamenting the end of the show that has taken television by storm across its 8 seasons, and want to see for yourself the sites where it was filmed, what are you waiting for? Live the experience now with WeSwap this Summer.