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Ever longed to walk the walls of Winterfell? Dreamt of storming the battlements of the Red Keep? Then you seriously need to reassess your life ambitions. Start a family or something.

We're kidding - we're as obsessed with Game of Thrones as the next single twenty-something who spends their Sunday evening embalmed in a duvet on the sofa.

The notion of exploring the real world locations of the hit HBO series is thus deeply appealing, and thanks to this topical travel guide courtesy of Cheapflights UK, it's now a much easier trip to plan. From the ancient cities of Croatia to the dark forests of Northern Ireland, the guide provides details on some of the most iconic locations of the series.

Now all we need is Peter Dinklage as a road trip buddy, a few wolf-skin capes and we're all set to make some memories.

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(Infographic credit: Cheapflights UK)

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