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clock-o8 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English


Visit filming locations from the television series 'Game of Thrones' on this full-day guided tour from Reykjavik. Travel in a comfortable, climate-controlled coach to Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and filming location of the White Walker scenes. Visit Lake Thingvallavatn's stunning panoramic vistas. At Thjorsárdalur valley, relive one of the show's most exciting battle scenes. Round-trip transportation from selected Reykjavik hotels is included.
  • 8-hour tour of Game of Thrones filming locations from Reykjavik, led by an expert guide
  • Visit famous Iceland locations that have featured in the HBO TV series Game of Thrones
  • Explore the White Walkers’ stomping ground at Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Soak up the incredible Lake Thingvallavatn scenery that acts as a backdrop to Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station
  • See Thjorsárdalur valley and head to the site where a village was massacred by the Wildlings
  • Hear stories about the popular show, based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels
Enjoy pickup at selected Reykjavik hotels or make your own way to the meeting point. With your local guide, climb aboard your comfortable, climate-controlled coach and set off through southern Iceland's screen-worthy scenery. As you travel, your guide will give an introduction to Iceland's role in the filming of Game of Thrones.

Your first stop will be Thingvellir National Park, a 40-minute drive. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the set for many of the scenes in the show featuring the White Walkers. Disembark from the bus to check out the gorge of Thingvellir, where the European and American tectonic plates are slowly drifting apart, causing a massive crack in the earth's surface.

Stop for a drink and a snack (own expense), then continue on to one of Iceland's largest geothermal power stations. Set on the shores of Lake Thingvallavatn, this landmark is not a filming location, but its natural beauty makes it a worthwhile stop.

See the waterfall Þórufoss where a local goat was attacked by one of Daenerys‘ dragons. Meet some of the four-legged stars of the series, Icelandic horses who played parts as Westeros garrons, and are now enjoying their fame at a horse farm near Reykjavik. Almannagjá gorge in Thingvellir was used to film scenes depicting the Bloody gate of the Eyrie. Please check the availability, this tour is operated daily, all year round

At the Thjorsárdalur valley, re-imagine the scene where a quiet farming village was attacked by Wildlings and the Thenns. Walk around the village on foot before climbing back aboard the bus and returning to Reykjavik.


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, Nov 2018

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!

, Sep 2018

Got to see areas that weren't massively touristy which was a relief, the guide knew a lot about the series and filming and was extremely funny and entertaining - would definitely recommend

, Sep 2018

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.

, Sep 2018

Guide was knowledgeable and fun. Nice combination of Iceland facts with Game of Thrones information.

, Sep 2018

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.

, Aug 2018

Great tour

, Aug 2018

Wonderful tour. Loved our guide. Well worth the money. Awesome way to see some of Iceland and waterfalls and filming locations.

, Jul 2018

This was a great way to end our time in Iceland. The guide Raven was great and he had a fantastic sense of humor.

, Jul 2018

I loved this tour. This tour is more than just talking about Game of Thrones, it's also history, lore, stories and traditions of Iceland.

, Jul 2018

My boyfriend and I had a wonderful experience on this tour! I would highly recommend doing at the beginning of your trip. Not only did the tour guide give a great overview of the Game of Thrones locations, but also gave us great insight into the Icelandic culture and how locals perceive Iceland.

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