Explore the Magical Scenes of “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon” in Spain


Film tourism has gained popularity in recent years, allowing fans of series and movies to explore the filming locations of their favorite scenes. Spain, with its vast cultural and scenic wealth, has been the perfect backdrop for the epic tales of “Game of Thrones” and its prequel “House of the Dragon”. From imposing castles to wild beaches, these locations have brought the worlds of Westeros and Essos to life. Join us on this journey through the most iconic settings of these series in Spanish lands.

Trujillo (Cáceres): The Targaryen Fortress and the Lannister Realm

Imagine walking through the same streets where dragons and conquerors once tread. Trujillo, the birthplace of Francisco Pizarro, becomes a key setting for both “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon”. Its cobbled streets, the majestic Plaza Mayor, and the church of San Martín will transport you directly to the realms of Westeros. In reality, the plaza is presided over by the statue of Pizarro, but in the series, it is guarded by a dragon. A true journey back in time!

Cáceres: King’s Landing in All Its Glory

Just 30 minutes from Trujillo, the historic city of Cáceres transforms into the majestic capital of the Seven Kingdoms. Its fascinating mix of Roman, Arab, and Renaissance architecture makes it the perfect setting for the intrigues of “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon”. Stroll through Plaza Mayor, Plaza de San Jorge, Calle de la Amargura, and the Palace of Toledo-Moctezuma, and immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere that pervades every corner.

Real Alcázar of Seville: The Exotic Kingdom of Dorne

The luxurious Real Alcázar of Seville transformed into the vibrant gardens and palaces of the Kingdom of Dorne, home of House Martell. This palace, with its Andalusian architecture and lush gardens, provides a perfect backdrop for the intrigues and passions of the Martells. Don’t miss the theatrical night visits that will make you feel part of the series.

Itzurun Beach: The Mysterious Dragonstone

Itzurun Beach in Zumaia, with its rock formations known as flysch, is where Jon Snow arrives to meet Daenerys. This dramatic and wild landscape is the perfect backdrop for Dragonstone. Walk along its shores and feel the magic and grandeur of the Targaryen world.

Bardenas Reales: The Imposing Dothraki Territory

The Bardenas Reales Natural Park in Navarra becomes the arid home of the Dothraki. This impressive desert and Biosphere Reserve offers an otherworldly setting, perfect for the epic battles and journeys of the Dothraki riders. Let the vastness of the landscape envelop you and transport you to the wild lands of Essos.

Zafra Castle: The Legendary Tower of Joy

Zafra Castle, perched on a rock in Guadalajara, is the iconic Tower of Joy. This isolated and majestic medieval castle witnessed some of the most revealing moments in “Game of Thrones”. Visit this impressive place and relive the crucial scenes that shaped the history of Westeros.

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe: The Fortress of Dragonstone

Nestled over the Cantabrian Sea, the hermitage of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe became Dragonstone. This magical and mystical place, accessible by a steep stone staircase, offers spectacular views and an unforgettable experience. Climb its 241 steps and feel the powerful presence of the Targaryens with every step.

La Calahorra Castle (Granada): The Castle of Pentos

La Calahorra Castle, near Guadix in Granada, is the impressive setting of the Castle of Pentos in “House of the Dragon”. This Renaissance fortress, built in the 16th century and located at 1,250 meters above sea level, was a refuge during the Alpujarras Rebellion. In the series, it is the home of Daemon and Laena, offering a majestic and historical setting.

Santa Clotilde Gardens (Girona): The Royal Gardens

The Santa Clotilde Gardens in Lloret de Mar, Girona, transform into the gardens of King’s Landing in “House of the Dragon”. Designed in the early 20th century, these classical and noucentista gardens, with sea views and surrounded by cypresses, offer a serene and regal atmosphere. Discover why this place is fit for kings.

Los Barruecos: The Ultimate Battlefield

The natural setting of Los Barruecos in Malpartida de Cáceres was the scene of the epic battle of the seventh season of “Game of Thrones”. Here, Daenerys Targaryen leads her troops against the Lannisters in an unforgettable confrontation. This place, besides its natural beauty, houses the Vostell-Malpartida Museum, where art and nature merge into a unique experience.

Girona: The City of King’s Landing and Oldtown

The historic city of Girona, with its impressive medieval heritage, was a recurring setting in “Game of Thrones”. The Cathedral of Santa María, Bisbe Street, and Galligants Bridge transformed into King’s Landing and Oldtown. Walk through its streets and feel the presence of the series on every corner.

Private Tours of “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon”

Explore these iconic settings with a luxury private tour. Magical Private Tours offers exclusive tours of the filming locations of “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon”. Enjoy an unforgettable experience, immersing yourself in the magic of the series with comfort and style.

Don’t wait any longer! Immerse yourself in the worlds of “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon” by touring these incredible filming locations in Spain. Pack your bags and set off on a journey you will remember forever!