Through the Spanish Settings of Game of Thrones

“When you play a game of thrones you win or you die”

Travel itinerary

Arrival at Barcelona. Meet you guide to do a panoramic tour of the city: We begin on Passeig de Gràcia, with the grand buildings from the Modernist period, including two of Gaudí’s most famous creations: Casa Batlló and Casa Milà (La Pedrera). Then we visit the Olympic Village and Port to discoverhow the city changed as a result of the 1992 Olympic Games. We continue on to the fishing quarter of La Barceloneta, Port Vell and Plaça de Colón, where the famous Ramblas begins. At the top of Mount Montjuic, we stop at the large viewpoint to admire a spectacular panoramic view of the city and port (a key part of our city’s economy and social life). Along our route, we pass the Olympic facilities, Lluis Companys Stadium, Palau Sant Jordi (arena) and Picornell (Olympic swimming pools). Our tour continues on to Plaça d’Espanya and then Plaça de Catalunya. Tour ends at hotel. Welcome dinner at hotel. Accommodation.
After breakfast, departure by coach to the ancient cities of Girona and Besalú. The so-called “City of the Four Rivers”, shows us a historic centre dominated by medieval buildings and reminders of Romans, Arabs and Jews. Inside the walled enclosure of "La Força Vella" you can find the culiminating works of its historical destiny. As if it wasn’t amazing enough on its own, Girona has another claim to fame. It was used in 7 different episodes of Game of Thrones season 6: the Great Sept of Baelor or the ancient city of Braavos. After lunch in local restaurant we continue our trip to the next city of Besalú, another medieval gem of the region and hometown of the Tyrell House: Highgarden. Besalú is a Medieval town whose charming old town centre will transport you back in history to the time when the county of Besalú reached as far as France. Today the town centre is beautifully preserved and lined with artisan shops, traditional restaurants and basks in the splendour of the La Garrotxa volcanic area. Return to Barcelona and dinner in a local restaurant. Accommodation.
After breakfast, departure for a visit to Horn Hill, home of Samwell Tarly. His palatial ancestral home is actually Castell de Santa Florentina in the town of Canet de Mar. of Catalonia. The castle dates from the 11th century but was built, by Guadimir de Canet, on the foundations of an ancient Roman domus. It was expanded in the 14th century under Ferrer de Canet, a noble knight and advisor to the kings of Aragon. He added fortifications including two towers to protect it from pirates. Continuation to Tortosa. Dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast and departure trhough the coast to Peñiscola. Peñíscola is one of the most popular tourist resorts in the province of Castellón. The castle, perched on a large ridge overlooking the sea, offers a glimpse of its past at a time when knights and battlemented fortresses occupied the lands of El Maestrazgo. Pope Benedict XIII, known as 'Papa Luna', chose this as a place of seclusion and to launch the fight for the unity of the Catholic Church. The fortress stands on the highest point of the peninsula. The parade ground offers as a delightful balcony over the Mediterranean, and its keep makes the perfect place to see a panoramic view of the coastline. Lunch and continuation to Valencia. Dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. In the morning, panoramic tour of the city, and continuation to Granada. Early lunch in Valencia before continuation or in the way to Granada. Arrival at Granada, dinner and flamenco show in Sacromonte Caves. The Andalucían city of Granada is known as one of the birth places of flamenco, and makes for an excellent place to see a performance. Many of Granada’s best flamenco tablaos are located in the old Roma gypsy district of Sacromonte up in the hills, high above the city. To add to the magic, the majority of them are housed in historic cosy cave homes, giving a more intimate and intense performance.
Breakfast. In the morning, visit of the impressive Alhambra (although it is not a Game of Thrones set it well might be). The Alhambra was so called because of its reddish walls (in Arabic, («qa'lat al-Hamra'» means Red Castle). It is located on top of the hill al-Sabika, on the left bank of the river Darro, to the west of the city of Granada and in front of the neighbourhoods of the Albaicin and of the Alcazaba. It was the largest political and aristocratic centre of the Moslem West. The Palace premises comprise beautiful rectangular courtyards and numerous fountains, as well as the Nasrid buildings that served as living quarters for the monarchs and their servants.The courtyard of the Lions with its fountains is one of the most beautiful in the compound. After lunch, continuation to Seville. Upon arrival, check in and meet local guide for a tapas dinner. Overnight.
Breakfast. Meet local guide for a tour through the Dorne setting. Our guide will take you to the original locations and will tell you all the trivia, gossip, incidents and shooting anecdotes. Transfer to airport. End of our services.
  • Accommodation with buffet breakfast included hotels 4-5*

  • Lunch / dinner with water and wine included (where described in the itinerary)

  • English speaking tour escort for all the itinerary

  • Transportation by modern coach (50 seats) with air conditioning

  • Touristic tax in Barcelona 2.25 € per pax/day

  • Porterage

  • Tips

  • Any service not detailed in the itinerary

  • Insurance

Rates valid for a minimum of 30 people. For groups of different size, please contact us.
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Duration 7 days / 6 nights
Number of people 30

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