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Top Amazing Castles From Game Of Thrones You Can Visit In Real Life

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Are you a fan of ‘Game of Thrones’?


Do you wish to visit the amazing castles that were shown in the series?

The final episode may have been broadcasted, but you can re-live the show by visiting these amazing castles from game of thrones in real life.


DUNLUCE CASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle, accessible only by a bridge, much like on the show. Visitors can explore the remains of the castle, including results of archaeological digs located between the paved roads, as well as the house of the stone merchants from the abandoned town of Dunluce. But don’t expect it exactly as it did on the show.


GOSFORD CASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

The castle is set in 11 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland. Some of the apartments in the castle can be used for rental purposes.


AIT BEN HADDOU, MOROCCO

This castle is an amazing example of the architecture of Morocco. It contains a group of fortified houses, small sandy castles, a mosque, and stables.


CASTLE OF ZAFRA, SPAIN

The Castle of Zafra was known as Tower of Joy in ‘Games of Thrones’. Interestingly, it is also an excavation site where the remains of the Celtiberians, the Romans, and the Visigoths were uncovered. we picked this Castles From Game Of Thrones at no. 4 but we liked more of these stunning looks


CASTELL DE SANTA FLORENTINA, SPAIN

The ancestral home of the House Tarly, known as Horn Hill, Castell de Santa Florentina is located right outside Barcelona, Spain. The impressive castle was built on the foundations of an ancient Roman Domus.


SHANE’S CASTLE, NORTHERN IRELAND

A radicalized High Sparrow, who compelled inmates into confessions, used the dungeons inside the Shane’s Castle. Built-in 1345, Shane’s Castle today is a crumbling structure on Northern Island’s south-eastern shores of Lough Neagh.


PENISCOLA CASTLE, SPAIN

The Peniscola Castle is located on the highest point of the town. The town is known for its beaches and its old historic monuments. It is built in 13th century, by Knights Templar, offers stunning panoramic views of the coast and Artillery Park.


ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE, SPAIN

The Alcazar of Seville is one of the most noted tourist attraction. The Alcazar is the Spanish royal family’s lovely, comprehensive complex and part-time residence. It was less well-known, but after the series of ‘Games of Thrones,’ it has become a popular and famous tourist place.


CASTILLO ALMODOVAR, SPAIN

The castle had its debut in the seventh season of ‘Games of Thrones’. The historic structure of the castle is amazingly well-preserved even today.


LOVRIJENAC FORTRESS, CROATIA

Lovrijenac Fortress is one of the most impressive locations in Dubrovnik because it is built upon a 37-meter high sheer rock overlooking the sea. It makes many appearances throughout the run of the show.


CASTILLO DE TRUJILLO, SPAIN

Castillo De Trujillo is a magical place to walk around and explore. The castle features eight towers and a horseshoe arch. The castle might not be the most beautiful place in Spain, but it would surprise you with its size and architecture.


CASTLE WARD, NORTHERN IRELAND

Castle Ward is a beautiful castle, located at a beautiful location near the Strangford Lough coast. The property of the Castle Ward provides some great walks.


DOUNE CASTLE, SCOTLAND

Blink and you may have missed the Doune Castle as it was in the pilot episode for a portion of Winterfell, the ancient home of the Stark. The entry to the castle is difficult but not impossible.