This is where it all happens – the bloody battles, the devastating shipwrecks, the dramatic births and betrothals...
In Antrim, it's a dark descent into the 400 million-year-old Cushendun caves, where sorceress Melisandre gave birth to a shadow baby. At Londonderry’s Mussendun Temple, the 120ft-high cliffs plummet to Downhill Beach, otherwise known as Dragonstone, and where Stannis Baratheon watched as the Seven Idols of Westeros burned.
The brooding 18th-century Castle Ward in County Down may be familiar to you as Winterfell. Overlooking Strangford Lough, this is the house of Stark where Ned greeted King Robert on his arrival.
You've found Westeros – but this time it's real.