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Glamping Hub, an online leader in upscale camping, recently shared some of its best listings near Game of Thrones filming locations for superfans to take advantage of, should they need some closure.
These offerings will prove to be a unique and memorable experience, with accommodations like yurts, teepees, dome tents, tree houses, and more.
Photo: Dubrovnik, Croatia. Source: Unsplash
Some of Kings Landing is filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Glamping hub has an incredible tree house location near Dubrovnik for fans to soak in the sun. Not only will you be soaking it in, but the rental, located south of Dubrovnik, is the first solar-powered tree house in the country.
Photo: Breathtaking Tree House Rental in an Adventure Park near Dubrovnik, Croatia. Source: glampinghub.com
North of the Wall
Photo: Thingvellir National Park, Iceland. Source: Unsplash
Want to take a trip north of the Wall, just like your favorite wildlings? There are lots of sites to be seen in Iceland. Consider upping your adventure with a stay in this beautiful cabin, about a 30-minute drive from Thingvellir National Park and several other Game of Thrones filming locations in Iceland.
Photo: Gorgeous Glass Cabin with Northern Lights Views near Reykjavik, Iceland. Source: glampinghub.com
If you are the type of person that loves to visit the filming locations of your favorite tv shows and movies, there is lots for you in this Iberian bliss. Many Game of Thrones filming locations are located in Spain. GlampingHub even breaks up a variety of nearby accommodations, based on filming locations.
What GoT location would you love to visit?
Here is my favorite:
Photo: Footbridge on the islet of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Spain. Source: glampinghub.com
This crazy beautiful footbridge in San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, Spain stands in for exterior shots of Dragonstone and was featured in recent seasons.