Game of Thrones: King's Landing
Game of Thrones might be best known for its mix of dragons and drama, but it's also one of the most gorgeous shows on TV. Ever wonder where they got that amazing shot? We've found 25 of the best real-life Game of Thrones shooting locations on Google Street View and matched them up with shots from the HBO show.
We'll start with largest city in the Seven Kingdoms: King's Landing, home of the Iron Throne.
Google Street View: King's Landing
The historic walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia, has been used as the location for King's Landing since season 2.
Game of Thrones: Tower of Joy
In a key flashback, Ned Stark heads to the Tower of Joy in the Red Mountains to find his sister, Lyanna Stark.
Google Street View: Tower of Joy
The Tower of Joy is really the Castle of Zafra in Guadalajara, Spain.
Game of Thrones: Kingsroad
The Kingsroad runs from Castle Black to King's Landing. In the scene pictured, Gendry and Arya Stark are on their way to join the Night's Watch.
Google Street View: Kingsroad
In real life, the Kingsroad is near Stranocum, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Game of Thrones: Cersei's walk of atonement
In Season 5, Cersei Lannister walks naked through King's Landing as penance for her sins.
Google Street View: Cersei's walk of atonement
Cersei's "shame" walk was shot on St. Dominic Street in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Game of Thrones: Braavos
Here's Arya Stark looking over the city of Braavos and the Titan of Braavos statue.
Google Street View: Braavos
The St. James Cathedral in Sibenik, Croatia, is the location for many Braavos exterior shots. Kastel Gomilica, Croatia is also used.
Game of Thrones: Daenerys meets the Maesters in Meereen
Across the Narrow Sea in Meereen, Daenerys Targaryen unleashes her dragons on the attacking fleet of Maester ships.
Google Street View: Daenerys meets the Maesters in Meereen
The location used for this epic scene, which appears in one of our favorite Game of Thrones episodes, is the Mesa Roldan tower in Cabo de Gata, Almeria, Spain.
Game of Thrones: Gardens of the Red Keep
Remember the gardens of the Red Keep in King's Landing? That's where Sansa Stark first tells Olenna and Margaery Tyrell that King Joffrey Baratheon is a "monster."
Google Street View: Gardens of the Red Keep
The shooting location for these luscious gardens is Trsteno Arboretum in Trsteno, Croatia.
Game of Thrones: Daznak's Pit at Meereen
In Season 5, the Sons of the Harpy try to assassinate Daenerys Targaryen at the fighting pits in Meereen.
Google Street View: Daznak's Pit at Meereen
The Bullring of Osuna, in Spain, is used for Daznak's Pit in Meereen.
Game of Thrones: Meereen
Daenerys Targaryen frees the slaves of Meereen, a large city filled with pyramids and temples.
Google Street View: Meereen
The location for Meereen is the coastal city of Peniscola in Castellon, Spain.
Game of Thrones: House of the Undying
While in Qarth, Daenerys Targaryen is locked inside the House of the Undying until her dragons free her.
Google Street View: House of the Undying
Qarth's House of the Undying is really the Minceta Tower in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Game of Thrones: Iron Bank of Braavos
The wealthy Iron Bank of Braavos has made several appearances in Game of Thrones.
Google Street View: Iron Bank of Braavos
The St. Jacob Cathedral in Sibenik, Croatia, stands in for the Iron Bank.
Game of Thrones: Brienne of Tarth vs. the Hound
In the Season 4 finale, Brienne of Tarth battles the Hound over Arya Stark.
Google Street View: Brienne of Tarth vs. the Hound
The backdrop for that fight is the Thingvellir National Park in Blaskogabyggo, Iceland.
Game of Thrones: Prince Doran's palace
After attempting to rescue Myrcella from Dorne, Jaime Lannister brokers a truce with Prince Doran Martell at his palace.
Google Street View: Prince Doran's palace
The throne room of the Arabic Palace at the Real Alcázar of Seville, in Spain, is used for the interior of Prince Doran's mansion.
Game of Thrones: Dothraki Sea
In the sixth season, a captive Daenerys Targaryen is taken to a camp at the Dothraki Sea.
Google Street View: Dothraki Sea
The location for the Dothraki Sea is Bardenas Reales in Navarra, Spain.
Game of Thrones: The Long Bridge
The Long Bridge of Volantis looks a little different in Season 5. That's because shops and markets were added to the original structure using CGI.
Google Street View: The Long Bridge
The real location? The Roman bridge of Cordoba in Andalusia, Spain.
Game of Thrones: Daenerys Targaryen-Khal Drogo wedding
In Season 1, Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo tie the knot outside of Pentos.
Google Street View: Daenerys Targaryen-Khal Drogo wedding
The location for that shoot was the Azure Window on the coast of Gozo, Malta.
Game of Thrones: Forests in the North
In the series premiere, Ned Stark and his children find dire wolf puppies in the forests outside of Winterfell.
Google Street View: Forests in the North
The Tollymore Forest Park in Down, Northern Ireland, was the shooting location for the forests.
Game of Thrones: Frostfang Mountains
In the second season, Jon Snow and other Night's Watch members search for Wildlings in the Frostfang Mountains.
Google Street View: Frostfang Mountains
The real Frostfang Mountains are located in Hofoabrekka, Iceland.
Game of Thrones: Iron Islands
The seven Iron Islands are controlled by House Greyjoy.
Google Street View: Iron Islands
The Dunluce Castle, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, is used for one of the Iron Islands on the show.
Game of Thrones: Myrcella Baratheon departs
In Season 2, Myrcella Baratheon leaves King's Landing for Dorne.
Google Street View: Myrcella Baratheon departs
The scene where Myrcella leaves for Dorne was filmed in the West Harbour in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Game of Thrones: Water Gardens of Dorne
This picturesque locale is the exterior of Prince Doran's palace.
Google Street View: Water Gardens of Dorne
The exterior of House Martell is located in Alcazar of Seville in Spain.
Game of Thrones: Winterfell
Winterfell is the ancestral home of House Stark.
Google Street View: Winterfell
Castle Ward, near the village of Strangford, in County Down, Northern Ireland, is the location used for Winterfell.
Game of Thrones: Riverlands
Here, Sandor "The Hound" Clegane is traveling through the Riverlands with Arya Stark.
Google Street View: Riverlands
The Krka National Park. located in Lozovac, Croatia, has been used for multiple Riverlands scenes on the show.
Game of Thrones: Dragonstone Beach
On the Dragonstone Beach, Melisandre first mutters her famous phrase, "For the night is dark and full of terrors."
Google Street View: Dragonstone Beach
The beach used for Dragonstone is the Downhill Strand in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
Game of Thrones: Theon Greyjoy comes home
After spending years living in Winterfell, Theon Greyjoy returns home to the Iron Islands.
Google Street View: Theon Greyjoy comes home
The port where Theon arrives is the Ballintoy Harbor in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.