Game of Thrones filming locations
Game of Thrones was filmed across large parts of Europe and Northern Africa. From Jon and Ygritte's love nest in Grjótagjá, Iceland to THE walk of shame in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The TV series is an adaptation of George R. R. Martin's fantasy novel series A Song of Ice and Fire. It was made by HBO, has 8 seasons with a total of 73 episodes, and is one of the most successful shows of all time.
Game of Thrones takes place in an eloborate fictional world that consists of the two continents Westeros and Essos. The many kingdoms offer extremely varied and often spectacular landscapes. Below you will find the real-life places where Game of Thrones was filmed.
Vatnajökull National Park
Home of the White Walkers
Vatnajökull National Park was used in Game of Thrones as the backdrop for many of the scenes involving the White Walkers. It is a stunning landscape of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and ice caves, which made it the perfect place to film the scenes of the White Walkers' march to the Wall.
The most exciting thing in the scenes filmed here was when the White Walkers first appeared and attacked the Night's Watch. This scene was especially thrilling because it was the first time we saw the White Walkers in action on the show, and it was a massive battle filmed over the course of a month, and thousands of extras were used.