A "Game of Thrones" experience is waiting for the fans in Northern Island.
Ireland enjoys the influx of visiting tourists into the country because of the campaign it has dealt with HBO which airs "Game of Thrones."
"Star Wars" fans are flocking the iconic Skellig Michael in Ireland where Luke Skywalker chose to hide away in a Jedi temple.
Travelers have more reasons to visit these "Game Of Thrones" locations in Iceland.
Game of Thrones is coming and the second to the last season will feature some similar locations, along with some new ones, for this year.
Three months from now, the seventh season of Game of Thrones will be aired and will have fans hold on tightly to their seats. Meanwhile, for those who can't wait, try going to Blood & Wine, a Game of Thrones-inspired pop-up bar in Edinburgh.
Gatwick Airport is the world's most efficient airport in 2016. Statistics reports that it holds 43 million passengers last year, a 7.1% increase in 2015.
When watching "Game of Thrones," most viewers marvel at the location of the series and some more wonder where these scenes are located. Here is a rundown of places travelers may want to visit on some of the incredibly scenic filming locations around the world.
GoT fans are waiting for next year's release of the seventh season of the famous show. But 2017 holds another treat for people who wants to get a closer look at the Game of Thrones.
'"Game of Thrones" fans have been eager to visit the locations where their favorite characters interacted with each other. Find out the exact locations filming took place so that you too can take pictures of yourself recreating your favorite scenes from the hit TV show.
Dubrovnik is a one-town tourist industry on its own, with endless things to do all year round. As stunning as the clear blue sea around it, the former centre of the independent Republic of Ragusa invites superlatives and attracts the lion's share of Croatia's visitors.
The clip that lasts for one-minute was posted by the Syrian Ministry of Tourism on their Facebook page highlighting the other side of the war-torn city. Interestingly, they opt for a mainstream theme song to go with it, which is the opening music from the "Game of Thrones" series, according to Time.