What impact of House of the Dragon on tourism?

The countries that have hosted the filming of the new Game of Thrones series are expecting an upsurge in tourism.

Launched in 2011, the Game of Thrones series has revitalized tourism in Croatia, Iceland and Northern Ireland over a decade, with fans eager to visit the natural settings where their favorite series was filmed. A phenomenon experienced by many other series as well.

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And while the new series Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon has just started its broadcast, the tourist offices of the places that hosted its filming are already preparing. For example, the chairman of Visit Cornwall told The Guardian newspaper that places like Mount Saint Michael, Mounts Bay and Holywell Beach are expected to see new crowds following the airing of the new GOT.

Same observation in Spain, where tourist offices are already preparing visits to several specific places. And also in Portugal, which expects to see people queuing outside cafes and restaurants in the Monsanto Village, also shown in the new series. Source: Deadline