Travel the length and breadth of Westeros on the Game of Thrones Ultimate 19-Stop Private Tour with Giant’s Causeway. Visit every one of the Seven Kingdoms on this 120-mile round-trip with over 25 filming locations from seasons 1 – 8.
Game of Thrones has done a lot to help promote the beauty of Northern Ireland. Since its arrival on our screens back in 2011, the country has been a constant feature throughout the TV series. From picturesque landscapes to medieval buildings, it has provided the backdrops for the world’s favourite small-screen epic.
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Now you have a chance to see Northern Ireland in all its glory, up close!
The Game of Thrones Ultimate 19-Stop Private Tour with Giant’s Causeway is the most comprehensive journey through Westeros yet! Each stop takes in an area where Northern Ireland and the Seven Kingdoms meet and shows how they’ve affected one another for the better.
Departing from Belfast, the first stop on this tour takes you to Titanic Studios. Situated close to where the world’s most famous shipwreck was built, these studios have been GOT’s Belfast home since the beginning.
Next, you’ll take a trip to Cairncastle. Throughout the TV series, this hilly landscape has featured in scenes near Winterfell, Harrenhal, and even the Dothraki Sea. Then, at Ballygally Castle, you’ll get to see one of 10 commemorative GOT doors that are spread across Northern Ireland. This one depicts the epic ‘Battle of the Bastards’.
After a stop at the Game of Thrones Jewellers in Glenarm, it’s off to Carlough, the site of the Braavos canal. Then, you’ll travel to Glenariff, recognisable as Runestone in the Vale of Arryn, before seeing another of the commemorative doors. This one, in Cushendon, depicts the Faceless Man.
While in Cushendon, you’ll visit the caves where Mellisandre gave birth to the Shadow Assassin. From there, you’ll get to visit one of Northern Ireland’s biggest historical landmarks – the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. This is a fitting location, seeing as the next stop is the site of Euron Greyjoy’s Kingsmoot. He was elected leader of the Iron Islands after pushing his brother off of a similar bridge.
Sticking with the island theme, your next stops bring you to some of Westeros’ more remote locations. First is Ballintoy Harbour, the location for the island Pyke. Then it’s on to Whitepark Bay, recognisable as the natural surroundings of Dragonstone.
Of course, no journey around Northern Ireland would be complete without a visit to Giants’ Causeway!
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the pride of the Northern Irish people. After taking in the majesty of the area, it’s off to Dunluce Castle, which features as Castle Greyjoy.
The final stops on the Game of Thrones Ultimate 19-Stop Private Tour with Giant’s Causeway bring you to truly stunning areas of Northern Ireland. The first is the Dark Hedges. This featured as the Kingsroad, where Arya travelled beneath its canopy of interlocking trees.