The ‘bastard of Bolton’ hunted Theon here, and it's where the Starks discover the direwolves.Listen carefully, you might still hear their howls.and Tyrion and Jorah come ashore on Slavers' Bay, only to be accosted by slavers.Today, its sea vistas and wild headlands are some of the most spectacular views on the north coast.
It served as the practice ground at Runestone in the Vale of Arryn, where Littlefinger and Sansa Stark watched Robin Arryn’s attempt at duelling.
Not far away is Audley’s Field on the shore of Strangford Lough.
This is exactly where Jaime was captured – and released.
Aside from the fantasy landscapes, Northern Ireland's packed with another prolific requirement for Game of Thrones® – its abundance of castles.
Dating back to Norman and medieval times, these structures catapult you right into Westeros and have seen a Lannister lion’s share of bloodshed. Built in the 14th century on the edge of Lough Neagh, this ruined castle was the backdrop to the jousting tournament.
You know the one, where Gregor Clegane beheaded a horse?