The Game of Thrones crew have literally been all over Spain while filming the world’s most popular TV show. The map below shows how many corners of this beautiful country they have conquered. It’s also a pretty good inspiration for a roadtrip in Spain. Here’s to hoping we’ll get to do that one day!
A casual viewer doesn’t necessarily notice the important role Spain has in the show, but one quick glance at the still-growing list of scenes filmed there shows exactly how many characters have visited the country so far.
For example, it’s in Spain where they filmed the following scenes and places: Meereen’s fighting pit (Plaza de Toros in Osuna), Horn Hill (Castell de Santa Florentina), the home for Samwell Tarly, and the Tower of Joy(Castle of Zafra in Guadalajara), outside which a young Ned Stark and his Kingsguard fought with Ser Arthur Dayne and the Targaryen henchmen in Bran’s visions.
Some of the Dothraki Sea scenes were filmed in the badlands of Bardenas Reales in the Navarre region. You can also visit the fictional Dorne and Essos while in Spain. If you walk across Cordoba’s Roman Bridge, you’ll have stood on the Long Bridge of Volantis.
Last, but not least; if you’re looking to visit parts of King’s Landing and Braavos, look no further: Spain is the place to go.
Expand the side panel with location info by clicking on the symbol on the upper left corner of the map!
Please be kind and notice: This page is still under construction. We’re working on a more detailed list of all the Game of Thrones locations in Spain and hoping to travel there ourselves to confirm the locations mentioned online and to feature the Spain locations in photos and blog stories.
In the meanwhile, you can check out some of the other useful articles we discovered while looking into it. Here’s a few good places you can start from:
- The Telegraph: Spain’s incredible Game of Thrones filming locations
- Game of Thrones Wikia: Filming locations page