The Neck and the North
Dramatic. It's the only word that can truly capture the Antrim plateau – with windswept plains and basalt outcrops creating a spiny ridge against the sky, it's no wonder this location was chosen to represent the Neck. This craggy landscape is the site of one of the most tense scenes in the show, where Sansa Stark learns from Littlefinger that she is betrothed to the terrible Ramsay Bolton.
If you have more time
Clamber towards Knock Dhu, a Bronze Age promontory fort that sits high above the landscape. Or try Sallagh Braes, a popular walking spot known for its stunning views of the basalt cliffs and the Irish sea. It is here that Ned Stark punished a deserter of the Night's Watch, and where the series began.