The Game of Thrones revisited (AH45)
The Game of Thrones revisitedCome and revisit the beautiful and yet crude locations used in the thrilling drama series "Game Of Thrones". Follow the uneven paths and get off the beaten track to discover the remote and secret locations where you can experience Icelandic nature along the way.
Walk in beautiful Icelandic nature and in the footsteps of your favorite “Game of Thrones” characters.
If you’re a lover of rich, family sagas Iceland is the country for you and if you like your drama as deep and dark as some of Iceland’s glacial lakes you’ll love one of our new tours. Filmed in Iceland, the TV series “Game of Thrones” has showcased some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery and we’ve crafted a special tour that takes you to the these sites.
Walk in the footsteps of your favorite characters and get up close and explore the locations used in this gripping drama.
We’ve prepared this tour under careful guidance from an Icelandic actor on the program, who unsurprisingly died a violent death at the hands of the Wildlings.
We journey to the dramatic gorge at Þingveillir – the stomping ground of the White Walkers and the trail of the Wildlings from “north of the Wall.” You’ll be able to soak up the raw and dramatic atmosphere provided by the magnificent nature at Þingveillir and get to know the symbolic significance of the setting in context to the plot. We also explore Þjórsárdalur and the “Settlement Era Viking Lodge” – the location of the greatest massacre and most elaborate scene of the series so far.
Indulge your imagination and your senses and soak up some Icelandic natural beauty in this new tour.
As an extra bonus, you can also see locations used in other the films “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”.
The tour leaves Reykjavík at 10.00 and returns at 18.00.
- Complimentary pick up and drop off for hotels and guest houses in Reykjavik
- Round-trip transportation
- Professional travel guide
- Food and drink
- Minimum: 4 passenger
- Þingvellir National Park
- Hjálparfoss waterfall
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