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A new House of the Dragon attraction in Spain is now open for public



Although Game of Thrones‘ TV run ended quite some time ago, the fever of Ice and Fire still thrills a sizable portion of the fan base worldwide. This is especially true given that our beloved Westeros will undoubtedly return in new guises, the most recent of which being House of the Dragon, whose second season was just shot in Spain. A new tourist attraction in Spain has just opened up in Spain, where you can revisit a memorable spot that was used in House of the Dragon Season 1.

The Gardens of the Dragon opens up in Lloret de Mar

Spain is one of the premiere locations that has been used extensively for the filming of House of the Dragon. One of the locations that was used for filming in Season 1 was the garden of Santa Clotilde, which took the form of the gardens of Kings Landing in Season 1. Now renamed The Gardens of the Dragon, it is now open to the public for tours not just to relive your favorite scenes from the show but also to enjoy the scenic beauty.

Which House of the Dragon scenes were filmed in The Garden of the Dragons

The following scenes from House of the Dragon Season 1 were filmed in the garden in Lloret de Mar:

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  • The conversation between Rhaenys Targaryen (Eve Best) and Corlys Velaryon (Steve Toussaint) with King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) to discuss the monarch’s marriage to his daughter Laena.
  • The first mention of young Laenor Velaryon (Nova Foueillis-Mosé) to King Viserys
  • The start of Princess Rhaenyra’s (Milly Alcock) talk with Rhaenys, the Queen Who Never Was , about why women never rule Westeros.

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