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Jealous of your buddies' stunning Dubrovnik pics? King's Landing is so last season. The latest jet-setting Game Of Thrones destination is Dragonstone. More specifically the incredible steps we see Daenerys and Jon striding up and down during their "will they/won't they" phase, before they went full incest. The steps are located in Spain, in the Basque Country. The 241 steps lead to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, a church and monastery, which is also a popular spot for pilgrimage. The pictures below will have you questioning your life choices and trying to work out how to become a location scout for Game Of Thrones.

[Credit: Basque Country Tourism]
[Credit: Basque Country Tourism]

How ridiculously beautiful is that? Calm down though, let's not all book our tickets all at once. Spanish authorities are worried what that the clobbering of so many Game Of Thrones fans in such a short space of time may damage the steps, which date back to the 11th century. Here's a reminder of some of the other beautiful locations featured in the show so we can get our Thrones fix without eroding just one of the incredible locations.

King's Landing — Dubrovnik, Croatia

[Credit: HBO]
[Credit: HBO]

Dubrovnik may be severely overcrowded these days thanks to GoT, but what's one more, eh? Stroll around the streets of King's Landing and visit the site of the Battle of the Blackwater whilst sampling some Croatian cuisine.

Check out this handy list of why you should visit Dubrovnik in the winter — avoiding the crowds whilst still taking in the sights.

Beyond The Wall — Iceland

[Credit: HBO]
[Credit: HBO]

Iceland really got showcased in season two and three of GoT, when Jon Snow journeyed beyond the wall and met Ygritte. The two flirted throughout their icy journey, showing the world the bleak beauty of the tundra of Iceland.

[Credit: Original Travel]
[Credit: Original Travel]

The outrageous flirting culminated in a saucy scene in an underground cave, a natural hot spring called Grjótagjá and a real location in Iceland — definitely worth a visit, but behave guys.

The North - Northern Ireland

[Credit: HBO]
[Credit: HBO]

Northern Ireland is undeniably gorgeous. The lush and rolling green hills make up the shots of the North, featured heavily throughout the earlier seasons.

Dark Hedges [Credit: Northern Ireland Tourism Board]
Dark Hedges [Credit: Northern Ireland Tourism Board]

Stroll around ruins nestled in ardent hummocks or take a stroll down the King's Road under the Dark Hedges.

Tell us in the comments: What Game of Thrones location do you want to visit?

(Sources: Cosmopolitan)

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