Alcazar Seville was built between 1364 and 1366 during the Christian era in the Andalusian Mudéjar style. Alcazar Seville got its name “Alcazar Seville Game of Thrones” for being a part of the famous series Game of Thrones. Being the filming set of “Game of Thrones” as the kingdom of Dorne, it is on the top of every GOT fan’s bucket list. Take a stroll through the charming Alcazar Seville Game of Thrones locations where the Kingdom of Dorne was set.
Keep reading the guide of Royal Alcazar Seville Game of Thrones to know all about Game of Thrones filming locations, while learning about the palace’s real-life history.
Walk around the lovely palace and film locations at the Kingdom of Dorne from Game of Thrones! Stroll around the picturesque gardens and enjoy the Dornish sunshine. Check out the main seat of Dorne and recognize the places from the “only desert in Westeros” from “Game of Thrones”. Learn about the production of the show and the Martell family in the kingdom of Dorne as you walk through the palace.
Recall the scene of Season 5, where Jaime meets with Prince Doran and reveals that he came to retrieve Myrcella at the Ambassadors’ Hall. Take a walk through the most impressive and breathtaking rooms in the royal palace known as the Hall of Ambassadors or the Throne Room. Admire the beautiful and impressive walls decorated in Moorish style. Take a look up to see the opulent domed ceiling with gold carvings and geometric shapes.
Also known as Mercury's Pond, the mercury’s Pool is a fountain. The large pool is decorated by frescoes and stonework with a statue of the Roman god Mercury in the center of the pond. Recall this location from Season 5, Episode 2 where Ellaria Sand goes to speak to the prince as she demands retribution for her lover’s murder.
The Baths of Lady Maria de Padilla is an underground series of rainwater tanks named after King Pedro’s mistress, Maria de Padilla. This place appeared in the GOT series when Ellaria Sand meets with her daughters to plot their revenge for Oberyn Martell’s murder.
The famous Garden of the Royal Alcazar Seville is depicted in many scenes of the Game of Thrones series. The Alcazar Seville gardens are so massive that you’ll need at least an hour to explore them. Filled with orchards, fruit trees, and many fragrant flowers, the royal gardens are breathtaking. These gardens were the location where Myrcella and Trystane used to walk in GOT and where the Sand Snakes arrive and ambush him.
Yes. Many scenes from Game of Thrones were filmed in Alcazar.
Game of Thrones was filmed in four parts of the Alcazar: the Ambassadors' Hall, Mercury's Pool, the Baths of Maria Padilla, and the gardens.
Many scenes where the Kingdom of Dorne, known as the only desert in Westeros was introduced were filmed in Seville.
The scene from Season 5 of GOT where Jaime meets with Prince Doran and Ellaria Sand meets with her daughters to plot her revenge was filmed at Alcázar of Seville.
Many scenes of the fifth season of Game of Thrones were shot in several locations in Seville.
The Seville Shipyard, Royal Alcázar of Seville, The Baths of Lady María de Padilla, The Hall of Ambassadors, and many places were used as filming locations for Game of Thrones.
In the show, the real-life Alcázar was used with just simple props like curtains, furniture, and plants to make it look more like a functioning palace.
Yes. You can take a tour of Alcazar Seville's Game of Thrones, which focuses on the scenes and locations used in GOT.
You will require a minimum of 2 hours to visit the parts of the Alcázar used in Game of Thrones.
No. There are no props or costumes on display from Game of Thrones at the Alcázar.
Yes. The Osuna Bullring, the Roman Ruins of Itálica, and the Castle of Almodóvar del Río are other filming locations for Game of Thrones near Seville.
Book a guided tour of Royal Alcazar Seville to learn more about the history and architecture of the Alcázar while visiting the Game of Thrones locations.