Game of Thrones fans will be delighted to be able to follow in the footsteps of the series directors and experience the stunning landscapes of Season 7 (2017) in the beautiful region of Extremadura, Spain.
The Game of Thrones team first moved the cameras to the city of Cáceres (Extremadura), where the Plaza de los Golfines, the Plaza de Santa l’Arco de la Estrella and the Palacio de la became the streets where Euron Greyjoy found himself on his return to King’s Landing in the episode 3. The streets of Cáceres appear in the third episode of the seventh season. In the magnificent landscape of Barruecos in Malpartida, the crew spent several days filming the battle in the episode “The Spoils of War”, a battle between the Lannister army and that of Daenerys Targaryen.
Not far from there, some 45 kilometres away, the film crew and several actors travelled to Trujillo Castle to recreate Daenerys’ headquarters at the King’s Landing in the final episode of this seventh season. The castle appears to us in the seventh episode, the last of the season, as the fortress of Casterly Rock where Jaime Lannister and Bronn of the Blackwater watch the coming of their enemies.
Los Barruecos, Extremadura
They also decided to record a part of the battle between the Lannister army and that of Daenerys Targaryen in the municipality of Cáceres in Los Barruecos in episode 4. Los Barruecos is a natural place declared a natural monument since 1996, a perfect place for the series.
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