Seville got more than its 15 minutes of fame as part of Game of Thrones
. In town, visit the Real Alcázar (pictured) and step into the Water Gardens of Dorne, where Myrcella was sent to live with her betrothed. Not only are the gardens a must-see on your Game of Thrones
quest, they are utterly breathtaking, too. Just outside of Seville, Osuna and Córdoba feature two Game of Thrones
film locations that are easily accessible by bus. Walk along the Roman Bridge of Córdoba; with the help of CGI technology for some added drama, it was transformed into the Long Bridge of Volantis. In Osuna, you’ll be transported to the village of Meereen, where the Mother of Dragons reopened Daznak’s fighting pit. (It was filmed in Osuna’s bullring).
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