⚔️ Game of Thrones tours in Seville
Follow in the footsteps of the legendary characters of the series in the real settings at the Alcazar of Seville or Itálica. We have guides specialised in the series and specific tours prepared for fans with images of frames in the same settings you will visit.
🙋👑 Game of Thrones guided tour
💎🇬🇧 Private Guided Tour
Dive into the Game of Thrones. Our Seville private tours are unique and different thanks to our excellent guides. Your guide uses an Ipad to compare TV scenes at each site.
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🙋🇬🇧 Small-group guided tour
A guided tour of the Reales Alcázares of Seville and see where many scenes from Game of Thrones were filmed.
Game of Thrones is a series based on the successful literary saga A Song of Ice and Fire, by American writer George R.R. Martin. The literary saga has sold several million copies worldwide and has been translated into 20 languages. It is more than just a series because it has the means and budget of a feature film.
Fans of the show will recognize the palace as the filming location for the Water Gardens of Dorne.
This is apparent in locations such as Malta, Morocco and Northern Ireland; the quality of the weapons; the animals; the costumes; and the creation of their own language, Dothraki.
There are not many people who haven’t followed this series. Phrases like Winter is coming or Where are my dragons are part of our popular culture. The series Lost may well be the only other one to have had such an overwhelming following.
You can take a guided tour of the Alcazar as the setting for Game of Thrones. Ideal for fans of the series
Game of Thrones in Seville
When you read the description of Dorne in the books of the saga, it transports you to scenarios in southern Spain or northern Morocco. They speak of ripe fruit on the trees and oranges that fall to the ground, impregnating everything with their aroma. It is reminiscent of the orange trees of Andalusia. For this reason, the producers of the series headed for the south of Spain to seek locations to recreate the distant medieval lands of Dorne.
Those in charge had their eyes on several monuments, such as the Alhambra in Granada or the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos in Córdoba. But it was the Alcazar of Seville that was finally chosen. Another place where they are going to record is in the Canteras de Osuna. Within its walls, they will recreate the Water Gardens, an oasis full of gardens and ponds that contrasts with the arid climate and landscape of Westeros and is the summer residence of the rulers of Dorne.
It is part of the settlement called House Martell Sunspear, which stays isolated in Dorne, not getting involved in the wars that follow the death of Robert Baratheon. In the fourth season, we meet a member of this family, Oberyn Martell, known as the Red Viper, who is the younger brother of the Prince Regent of Dorne, Doran Martell.
Many fans of the series are eager to learn about these lands and the importance they will have in power struggles.
The Alcazar set
In the land of Dorne, abundant vegetation and fountains overflowing with water are a symbol of wealth, due to the hot and arid terrain. The Alcázar is the ideal setting to recreate this opulence since it does not need many transformations to achieve the desired image.
The Alcazar was the setting of several episodes of the 5th season of the series, such as Kingdom of Dorne
The scenes were shot in October 2014 over nine days. One of the places we know for sure you will see is Mercury Pond. But the funny thing is that they dyed the fountain and the pond blue, with an ecological product that evaporates several days after application. The first three days of filming took care of the exterior scenes and then they moved to the Mudejar Palace.
Dorne is the Alcazar
At last, a guided tour tailored to fans of the Game of Thrones series!
We present an original guided walk through the Sevillian scenarios that were used in the filming of the 5th season of this legendary series. The program includes a guided tour by an expert connoisseur of the series and the filming that took place in the gardens of the Alcazar, which represented the Water Gardens of Dorne, the headquarters of the Martell House. You’ll see the impressive rooms, many decorated with Mudejar-style mosaics, that were used as the interiors of the Water Gardens.
You’ll see the fountains and routes that Doran Martell passed through, and discover why some ponds were dyed light blue for filming.
If you still want more, you can book the extended option that includes a visit to the city of Osuna, where the old bullring was used as the Daznak Pit and where many bloody fights were filmed. Then enjoy a tapas tasting in a local bar that has inspired its creations in the characters of the series.
The bullring of Osuna is another beautiful recognisable setting of the series
The Alcázar of Seville is an interesting historical site in Spain that attracts many tourists from all over the world. It is a royal palace that dates back to the 11th century and has undergone numerous renovations and additions over the centuries. Here are some reasons why the Alcázar of Seville is interesting:
Architectural Style: The Alcázar of Seville is an outstanding example of Mudéjar architecture, which is a unique blend of Islamic and Christian architectural styles. The palace has a stunning mix of intricate tile work, arches, and domes, which are a testament to the skill of the artisans who designed and built it.
Historical Significance: The Alcázar of Seville has played an important role in the history of Spain, serving as a royal palace for several centuries. It has also been the site of important historical events.
Gardens: The Alcázar of Seville boasts some of the most beautiful gardens in Spain. The gardens are a perfect combination of Islamic and Christian landscaping styles, with fountains, pools, and exotic plants. They provide a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and offer breathtaking views of the palace.
Game of Thrones, the popular HBO fantasy epic television series, was incredibly successful for several reasons:
Adaptation of popular books: The series is based on the “A Song of Ice and Fire” novel series by George R.R. Martin, which already had a huge fan base.
Complex characters: The show features a large and diverse cast of characters, each with their own unique backstory, motivations, and personalities. This made the characters relatable and interesting to audiences.
Unpredictable plot: Game of Thrones was known for its shocking and unexpected plot twists and character deaths. This kept audiences on the edge of their seats and constantly guessing what would happen next.
High production values: The show was known for its stunning visuals, elaborate costumes, and detailed sets, which helped immerse viewers in the world of Westeros.
Large scale: Game of Thrones was a grand and ambitious production, with epic battles, large-scale set pieces, and complex visual effects. This made it a spectacle to watch and added to the show’s popularity.