Visit some of the 17 film sites of HBO's Game of Throne's film sites in Iceland
Game of Thrones is one of the most famous tv-series ever. On this tour you'll see some film locations in the vicinity of Reykjavik as well as the fantastic Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir geothermal area.
The 5 hour tour includes three Game of Thrones film sites, i. e. Bloody Gate, site where the Daenerys Targaryen's dragon torched a flock of goats and snatched a goat, the place where Arya rode an Icelandic horse on her way to the seaport where she got a lift to Bravos, and the place where the Hound and Bryanne of Tarth fought over Arya.
Additonal places can be added to this tour such as the place where Ollie's village massacre took place and where Arya practiced with her Needle and the Hound made fun of her.
The longer version of this tour can easily include Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir geothermal area since those are on the way.
Also, please ask if there's more than 4 persons in your group, I have some other vehicles and can hire a bus if necessary.
We depart Reykjavik and head for the place of Daenerys Targaryen's dragon attack on a flock of goats.
We then visit the Thingvellir national park and Unesco world heritage site where several scenes involving the Bloody Gate were filmed. Everyone going to the Castle in the Vale had to pass through this gate.
Visit the waterfall where Arya rode an Icelandic horse on her way to the ship that brought her to Bravos (S4 E10).
We'll return to Reykjavik along a quiet road leading through volcanic formations created in a volcanic eruption underneath the glacier during the Ice-Age. This is the place where the fighting scene between the Hound and Bryanne of Tarth over Arya took place.
Please ask if there's more than 4 in your group.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Anywhere in Reykjavik.
Please aske if there's more than 4 in your group.
End location: Anywhere in Reykjavik.
Duration: 10 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1600 ISK Icelandic krona - We will stop somewhere for lunch. A bowl of soup costs ISK 1600 at one of the restaurants along the way (about US$ 16).
Visa and Mastercard is accepted nearly everywhere for just about any service, food and goods. Some accept other cards, and some will accept cash notes in US$, GBP and EUR.