There’s no calming down when it comes to Game of Thrones, is it? With five Golden Globes and a slew of Emmy’s to its name, and its penultimate season now airing, GoT has created a cult of its own and is now one of the most watched shows in the whole world! In case you’re one of the 30 million viewers of the show (as of 2017) who is feeling the void left by GoT already, we have THE ultimate travel guide to the Seven Kingdoms to help you cope with the end of GoT era. By Shubhanjana Das

1. King’s Landing in Croatia

The shores of Dubrovnik proved the perfect setting for King’s Landing, which has been featuring since season 2. The Dubrovnik Ethnographic Museum became the brothel in season 4 and the city walls appear frequently in the show, but most notably in the first episode of season 3 when Tyrion, Bronn, and Podrick look into the damages caused during the battle of Blackwater Bay. The heart of the Old City in Dubrovnik, and the winding alleys of St. Dominika Street were ideal for the markets of King’s Landing.

2. GoT-Themed Wedding in Malta

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The Azure Window in Gozo, Malta is the spot where Daenerys and Khal Drogo got married in season 1. Gozo’s historical ruins and the turquoise blue water is ideal and beatific for the coming together in marriage of two GoT fanatics. So, in case you and your partner are planning to get hitched, we’re just gonna leave some food for thought here: why not have a GoT-themed destination wedding? For everyone else, the island of Gozo is enough for you to relieve the iconic episode and imagine it unfold right at the venue of Azure Window.

3. Iron Islands in Ballintoy Harbour, Northern Ireland

The Iron Islands’ capital Pyke, off the coast of Westeros and Greyjoys’ home is a gem to find in the small town of Ballintoy in Northern Ireland, situated close to Giant’s Causeway. Although, the harbour of Ballintoy has hardly as harsh weather conditions as is portrayed in the show. In fact, this small town is an idyllic little haven, perfect for cliff-side walking and staring out at the epic views of the ocean.

4. Ancestral Home of The Starks in County Down, Northern Ireland

Remember Castle Ward, the ancestral home of the Starks? Well, if you thought that was a man-made set, we urge you to visit this actual castle located in County Down. It’s no surprise that the place is a tourist magnet now and even offers a Westeros Cycle Trail, which includes other filmed locations in the region as well.

5. Haunted Forest of Winterfell in Tollymore Forest Park, Northern Ireland

As for the Haunted Forest in Winterfell where the Stark clan finds the dire-wolves, Tollymore Forest Park is where you can witness the magic unfold IRL. All you have to do is be there and rewind the episode in your head all over again while you trek through the forest with a Stark-wool clock draped around you.

6. Bay of Dragons in Morocco

On Southern coast of Essos in the southeast of Westeros is the Bay of Dragon’s, or the erstwhile Slaver’s Bay, before Queen Daenyrys Targaryen put an end to slavery in the region. Astapour, where Daenerys meets Unsullied for the first time, was created in the port city of Eassouira while the village of Aït Benhaddou is the site of Daenyrys’ battle with the Second Sons. Visitors can have a tour of the clay houses used in the pre-Saharan setup.

7. Dothraki Sea

Shot across Northern Ireland, Spain, and Malta, we are willing to bet that it took some searching for the makers of the show to make Dothraki Sea a believable reality. Binevenagh Mountain in Northern Ireland is where Daenyrys finds her wounded dragon atop a summit; the badlands of southeast Navarre in Bardenas Reales of Spain feature in Dothraki Sea throughout season 6; Mtahleb Valley in Malta saw the burning of Khal Drogo’s funeral pyre after which Daenerys took on the title of Queen of Dragons.

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