“Game of Thrones” S7 Spanish Filming Locations


The ending of the most recent sixth season of “Game of Thrones” finally gave us the lead-in to Daenerys Targaryen’s long-awaited invasion of Westeros.

Consolidating her power and armed with the forces of the Unsullied, the Dothraki and allies such as Dornish, what’s left of the Tyrells, the Greyjoy siblings, Tyrion Lannister and Lord Varys behind her, it’s expected one of the biggest storylines of the new season will be her army’s march towards King’s Landing and a skirmish with Queen Cersei’s forces.

With production kicking off on the new season a few weeks ago, fans have been keenly studying the locations of filming on the new season with several places in Spain that have not previously been featured in the series set to serve as key locations.

Spanish fan site Los Siete Reinos (via WinterisComing) reports that shooting will take place in three Spanish locations starting in November – The Royal Shipyards of Seville, the Ruins of Italica in the town of Santiponce, and possibly at the Alcazar de Seville.

The production will also spend an entire month shooting on a private estate in Malpartida for scenes that will require 500 extras and 100 horses according to the report. The same report also says a wagon convoy is attacked in the scene, and one character will fall into water and is then rescued by a dragon.

“Game of Thrones will return on HBO, HBO Go and HBO NOW in Summer 2017.