When you intern in Iceland, one of the excursions Panrimo provides is a tour of the Þingvellir National Park, which was featured in Season 4 of Game of Thrones. Follow the trail of the Wildlings from North of the Wall, visit the Viking Lodge, see where the Night’s Watch men are attacked by the White Walkers, and experience the land of the Seven Kingdoms as you’ve seen it on TV.
And as a bonus, you’ll also get to see the divide between the continental plates!
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Discover why Þingvellir National Park is such a sought after tourist destination and the significance of its history and geology. Why is it the only UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Icelandic mainland? How did it form? Why is it so popular?
The fourth season of the television series “Game of Thrones” premiered on Sunday, April 6th. The series was partially filmed in locations such as Þingvellir National Park, Lake Mývatn in north Iceland and near Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir hot spring. Þingvellir was featured in the season’s very first episode.
The HBO hit show “Game of Thrones” takes place in a world of fantasy, but dozens of the scenes were filmed at real medieval castles and in wild forests and craggy mountainsides across Europe and Iceland. Google Earth captured images of 33 of these real-life places for fans of “Game of Thrones,” a series based on the books by author George R.R.