You can now visit famous Game of Thrones filming locations on a luxury cruise - here’s where it sails

Thursday, 21st November 2019, 12:50 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st November 2019, 1:55 pm
Games of Thrones may now be over, but fans can still visit some of the show’s famous filming locations on a new luxury cruise (Photo: Shutterstock)
Games of Thrones may now be over, but fans can still visit some of the show’s famous filming locations on a new luxury cruise (Photo: Shutterstock)

Games of Thrones may now be over, but fans can still visit some of the show’s famous filming locations on a new luxury cruise.

Where will the cruise go?

Named the ‘Cruise of Thrones’, the exclusive luxury cruise company will visit numerous Game of Thrones filming locations throughout Europe.

There will be two unique itineraries, on either the Northern Cruise or Southern Cruise, travelling through numerous European destinations.

The eight-day Northern Cruise will visit Iceland, Northern Ireland and Ireland.

The eight-day Southern Cruise will head to the Mediterranean, visiting ports in Spain, Malta and Croatia, otherwise known as Dorne, Essos and King’s Landing.

If you want to get the ultimate experience, you can even sail these two cruises back to back on the Known World Ultimate Cruise, allowing you to experience a full tour around the Game of Thrones filming sites.

Add-on trips

The cruise company also offers an add-on side trip to see the steps of Dragonstone near Bilbao, Spain.

If you purchase both the Northern and Southern Cruises the side trip will be free.

The eight-day Northern Cruise will visit Iceland, Northern Ireland and Ireland (Photo: Shutterstock)

When do these cruises set sail?

The cruises set sail in September 2021. Specific dates and itinerary are yet to be posted.

How much do these cruises cost?

Prices currently range from 5,130 dollars to 22,170 dollars.

The website says: “Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. Price does not include government taxes and fees. A deposit of $1000 per person is due at the time of reservation.”

For more information, visit: cruiseofthrones.com

This article was originally published on our sister site, Yorkshire Evening Post.