These breathtaking House of the Dragon sights should be on every traveler’s bucket-list from UK to Spain, Portugal – Deets Inside (Photo Credit – House of the Dragon Poster)
Episode four of George R.R. Martin’s story of the mighty Targaryen dynasty in the extraordinary world of House of the Dragon is now available on Disney+ Hotstar. Fans of fantasy, fantasy, dragons and drama will know how the series is shaping up to become one of the biggest series of the year. Set 200 years before the events that captivated a global audience in Game of Thrones, the 10-episode series, with new episodes every Monday at 6:30 a.m. (similar to the US telecast), is an engrossing saga that takes us deep into the world. Takes you to the extraordinary dynasty of dragons that dominated the skies of Westeros.
While some of its elements will be familiar to those who know Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon emerges as a standalone show with a compelling cast and a gripping tale of exploration of the Targaryen dynasty.
Amidst everything that takes House of the Dragon up a notch, some of the series’ picturesque locations are breathtaking. While a lot of the scenes are shot in the fantasy world of Westeros set with familiar settings like King’s Landing and Dragonstone, the House of the Dragon cast and crew also hit the road to explore some never-before-seen locations. and there are some unseen places that you can visit in real life. Here are destinations for every dragon fan or travel enthusiast to visit.
St. Michael’s Mount, UK
In the UK, St Michael’s Mount, a tidal island connected to the town of Marazion by a causeway, became a driftmark in Blackwater Bay, the seat of House Valerian.
Somewhere in the middle of Derbyshire, England
The picturesque village of Castleton in Derbyshire became The Vale of Aryan.
A historic hill town in Monsanto, Portugal, doubled for Dragonstone, the ancestral home of House Targaryen. According to executive producer Jocelyn Diaz, the location made for amazing sights and prehistoric rock formations on top of the hill. However, the location is so far away that the team had to reach there on foot.
In Spain, the medieval castle at La Calahora in Granada became Pantos, one of the free cities in the narrow sea from Westeros. The medieval walled city of Caesareus was filmed for outsiders in King’s Landing.
So, if it’s time to plan your next trip, you might want to do it House of the Dragon style.
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