We have visited Northern Ireland a number of times,
but it was our first time checking some of locations used for the TV series Game of Thrones.
They are all scattered across the country, but for the show's fans and travellers alike, it's all worth it.
The Dark Hedges. A natural archway of intertwined trees, and one of the most photographed spots in Northern Ireland. This is the scene where Arya was escaping the King's Landing.
|Worm's view of the Dark Hedges.|
Castle Ward located in County Down is known for the show's primary location for Winterfell.
|Times are hard at Winterfell.|
|Did not pass the archers test.|
Auldley's Field and Castle by Strangford Lough.
Known for the backdrop of Robb Stark's camp. (Sniff)
|This is the overlooking view from the castle. No spies sighted.|
The Stableyard in Castle Ward.
|Someone is enjoying the tour.|
|And someone is enjoying the mirror selfies a biiit too much.|
The Castle Ward House. Not too bad for a house huh.
|I can spend hours just relaxing in the Sunken Garden|
We made a quick sidetrip to Magheracross, along the coastline of Antrim.
|The ruins of Dunluce Castle is too beautiful from afar.|
Belfast, where the Titanic Film studio is located,
responsible for the rest of the show's magic and sorcery.
It was time to leave, but we'd always be back in a heartbeat.
I'm pretty sure even Jon Snow knows that.
* All shots taken with Samsung Galaxy S6