Did you know that Northern Ireland is where many of the scenes from Games of Thrones were filmed? These key Irish locations are all so magical and you can visit them by getting on the game of Thrones tour in Belfast. The tour guides are all very professional and passionate about the TV series and book. So if you have any questions, they will most likely have the answer. Are you ready to learn about some magical secrets? It is on this tour that many of the legends come alive. It all kicks off in Belfast and not only can you admire all of the Game of Thrones locations but you can visit Carrick-a-Rede, Ballintoy or the giant’s Causeway too.
This book is not about a hundred attractions that Joshua Stevenson the travel journalist likes to do, quite the contrary. Every single attraction has been carefully chosen because of what you the readers needs are, and I look for visitor experience set against value for money in every single attraction. But I have to admit on this occasion with a red face that the ‘Game of Thrones' tour was not only chosen because I absolutely love this TV show, but also because the Northern Ireland landscape, which were the backdrop for a lot of the filming locations is some of the best scenery in the world! The Game of Thrones tour is brought to to you by Brit Movie tours, and were chosen not only because they are the United Kingdoms best movie tour provider, but because the sheer effort that goes into every one of the tours they do, is on par with the films themselves.
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