Apologies for the radio silence over the last couple of weeks, but we've been as busy as beavers (well, ravens, I guess?) working on the latest publication from Shandy Pockets, and it's out now.
You know how Game of Thrones looks all spectacular and panoramic and dramatic? Well, it turns out not all of those shots rely on a sound stages and special effects teams. No. You can go and see these places for yourself. King's Landing, Winterfell, Dorne, North of The Wall - these places all exist in the real world, and you can find them in Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Spain.
So we thought we'd put together a guide to the best of the Game of Thrones locations and tell you how best to see them. Even if you're not thinking about actually exploring, there's hopefully enough information, quotes, interviews and photos to bring these places to life.
Game of Thrones: An Unofficial Travel Guide is out now in PAPERBACK and FOR KINDLE. If you know nothing about how the show is filmed, this definitely is one way to fix that.