Tour The Game Of Thrones Set
Why you should Tour the Game of Thrones before Season 8 premieres
Season 8 of the Game of Thrones franchise is slated to premiere on HBO sometime in 2019. Because the show is larger than life, it takes time to film those massive scenes and even more time editing before the fans can view them. So while you are waiting, now is a great time to brush up on your Game of Thrones knowledge and keep your passion for the show going. You can rewatch the previous seasons and then you can hop on a plane and go on some Game of Thrones tours in Dubrovnik Croatia.
What better way to experience the show than to visit some of the places where the show was actually filmed? Let’s face it, how many times can you fly to Vegas or visit Disneyland? Have an action-packed adventure instead!
Dubrovnik is a city in Croatia where many of the Game of Thrones major scenes were filmed. The city is flanked by great walls and has the charm and character of the time period that the show was set in. It was a natural choice when producers were looking for places to film this epic show. And now through the magic of tourism, you can see what it was like to film here or imagine what it was like to live here during that time period.
Season 8 is scheduled to have just five episodes but they are bound to be amazing. There is no better time than right now to tour the Game of Thrones before the new and final season starts. No one wants this great series to end but sadly all good things must. While you are waiting to see how it all falls into place, visit some of the places where it all began. When the show airs again, you will have felt like you were there experiencing it all.
Whether you are in the United States or living somewhere else in the world, there is no better time to travel to Croatia than now. Situated on the Adriatic Sea, this old world country is full of history, character, and charm. And we aren’t even talking about the places that the Game of Thrones was filmed in! There is so much to see and do here and you will want to soak in every inch of it.
This coastal country can be found on the lower right-hand side of a map of Eastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. When you locate Italy on the map, you can trace your finger across the Adriatic until you hit the opposite coast. Croatia boasts the longest coast of all of the countries in Eastern Europe on the Adriatic. There is so much magic here that you will want to continue coming back.