Pase el día explorando algunos de los increíbles lugares de rodaje de la serie de televisión "Juego de tronos" en esta excursión de 8 horas desde Reikiavik. Con un guía profesional en cabeza, siga los pasos de los caminantes blancos en el parque nacional de Thingvellir, Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO, y visite las impresionantes vistas del lago natural Thingvallavatn. Después, rememore una de las batallas más brutales de la serie en el valle de Thjorsárdalur. El viaje de ida y vuelta en un cómodo autobús con calefacción está incluido.
The tour itself was amazing. We left right on time and our first stop was at a horse farm. The weather initially was snowy and cloudy,it made you feel as though you were in an episode. The tour guide Theo was very knowledgeable and humorous. I appreciated the driver as well,very cautious. Great trip!
Theo is an awesome tour guide, and gives great and entertaining stories from behind-the-scenes! The places you visit are also not only beautiful non their own, but extra exciting, because you will definitely recognize them from the show!
Tour was awesome. Sword biter - sorry Theo - was full of entertaining info about Game of Thrones, complete with scene re-enactments. If you’re a nerdy adventurer, this is the tour for you. Ps - it’s pretty funny and unfiltered so don’t bring your tiny kids or your conservative great aunt Mary.
Two of us took the Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour from Reykjavik on Tuesday August 21, 2018. Taking a Shuttle form one of the Reykjavik bus stops to the Greyline terminal (where the tour originated) was easy and efficient. The tour bus was almost completely full. Vehicle was comfortable and visibility of countryside through large side windows was excellent. The best part of the experience was our guide, Teodor (exchuse spelling!) who was GOT costumed and offered a running commentary by microphone from the front of the bus the entire day. He had been an extra on the show and shared many personal and informative experiences. LOTS of humor!!! He had us roaring at some of his stories. We made several stops during the day, including for and excellent lunch at a countryside café (the only meal we had in Iceland that one could consider "moderately" priced). The weather was a bit windy with drizzle but everyone was dressed for it. None of the out-of-bus hikes to viewing sites was excessively long or over rough terrain, and Teo kept a vigilant eye on the passengers to be certain no one wondered off. Game of Thrones fan or not, this would be a day well spent for any visitor to Iceland. Thank you, Teo, for making the day so enjoyable.