Are you a die-hard fan of Game of Thrones? Are you still trying to get over the show's conclusion? Or are you just a major Emilia Clarke fangirl? If you've ticked one—or all!—of the boxes, then perhaps this travel idea will cure that G0T hangover. Introducing, the Cruise of Thrones, an exclusive luxury cruise that covers some of the show's most iconic film locations throughout Europe. It's the brainchild of a fellow fangirl like you, so you can bet it'll be worth every penny.
"It's for fans, from a fan," shares Lynette Durovic, owner of Dalmatian Travel and Events who is at the helm of this latest cruise offering. She's been an ardent lover of A Song of Fire and Ice, the book series by George R.R. Martin that inspired the hit HBO series.
Cruise of Thrones offers two unique eight-day itineraries. The first option is the Northern Cruise, in which you'll get to see The Wall and beyond! Traverse through Iceland, North Ireland, and Ireland to visit landmarks such as Winterfell and the Fist of the First Men. The second option is the Southern Cruise, which will take you through the Mediterranean. You'll pass by Spain, Malta, and Croatia, a.k.a. Dorne, Essos, and King's Landing.
Feel like experiencing both itineraries? You can! Just avail of the 16-Day Known World Cruise. It even includes a bonus trip to the Steps of Dragonstone! There's no trip more comprehensive and immersive than this.
If you're seriously considering pandering to your GoT fangirl self, the package starts at $5130 or P261,912.15. It might increase depending on how big (and fancy) the room you want to avail. And just in case you're worried that the rooms are outfitted for an authentic Game of Thrones experience (a.k.a. no modern amenities), you can breathe a little easier: The rooms are luxuriously furnished so you can enjoy your stay in comfort.
Cruise of Thrones starts sailing on September 2021, so start saving some money—or buy your tickets, stat, if you can't wait any longer!