Game of Thrones Tour - Iceland
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Visit iconic Game of Thrones filming locations in Iceland
Enter the world of Game of Thrones! Walk the frozen lands of the North of the Seven Kingdoms and behold the gorgeous Icelandic wilderness, as you revisit some of the most memorable moments in Game of Thrones history.
Go beyond the Ice Wall
Step into the vast lands beyond the Ice Wall where the vicious White Walkers and the fearsome Wildlings fight for survival.
Beware in case of a Wight attack! You’re going to the Þingvellir - the Wildling army’s camping spot. While you’re there, find out new facts about the crucial scene that takes place in the hills from your guide.
Visit the place where one of the bloodiest massacres of the series happened - Settlement Viking Lodge. Take your time to explore but if you come across any odd tall beings with glowing blue eyes, we’d suggest swiftly moving to the next location!
Stand at the Almannagja gorge in Thingvellir - better known by Game of Thrones fans around the world as the bloody gate of Eyrie.
Meet the four-legged stars of the series!
See Porufoss waterfall where the Icelandic goat named Casnova was incinerated by one of Daenerys' dragons. This little goat is a local celebrity who’s enjoyed media coverage from a young age - just ask your guide about him!
Meet some of the animal stars in person, like the horses that portrayed Westeros garrons. They’re now happily retired from showbiz at a horse farm near Reykjavik.
Created by Actual Game of Thrones Extras!
How do you make a great Game of Thrones tour? With an insider’s help of course! Born in Iceland and having died a brutal on-screen death at the hands of the Wildlings, the actor who helped design the tour fits the bill perfectly.
Find out what other movies have been filmed in the area...
Need a break from all the talk about bloodshed? On your way back, check out locations from other popular movies filmed in Iceland, including The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
IMPORTANT: Hotel pick-up changes
Pick-ups from several Reykjavik hotels and guesthouses have been affected by new restrictions imposed by Reykjavík City Council. You will be assigned a nearby bus stop where your transport will meet you.
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Daily, all year round.
Pick-ups from several Reykjavik hotels and guesthouses have been affected by new restrictions imposed by Reykjavík City Council. So if you are staying in any of the below hotels, you will be assigned a nearby bus stop where your transport will meet you instead:
See the list of hotel pick up points to find out if your accommodation is affected.
Approx. 9 hrs.
- You will be picked up from your hotel or guesthouse approximately 30 minutes prior to tour departure.
- Please ensure you are at your collection point at least 15 minutes prior to pick-up.
- Pick-up from centrally-located Reykjavik hotels
- See full list of hotels included
This tour is dependent on the weather. Please contact the local tour operator on the phone number provided on your e-ticket at least 24hrs prior to departure to reconfirm.
Food and drinks are not included.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off, transport and English speaking guide.
Please dress according to weather.
Children aged 0-11 years old can travel free of charge on this tour, however we will need to reserve a place for them on the coach.
If you are bringing any children under 12, please call us on 0844 873 0070 with your reference number to let us know how many children are travelling and how old they are.
Each ticket/booking is subject to a maximum of two children for every one paying adult.
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