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While Game of Thrones may have come to its audience-dividing conclusion back in May, fans still have a lot to look forward to and screen tourism as a result will continue to boom.

HBO has announced an initial 10-episode prequel to the epic fantasy series called House of the Dragon and there are a number of other projects in the pipeline. The new series declaration is fantastic news when it comes to screen tourism in Northern Ireland. 

A new Travelzoo report details that Game of Thrones contributed more than £50 million to the UK economy in 2018. Not only this, but a staggering 1 in 6 of all holiday visitors to Northern Ireland in 2018 were influenced to visit because of the hit HBO show.

The report shows holidaymakers the highlights of screen tourism from across the UK and the key numbers are shown in the infographic below. 

UK screen tourism in numbers
Provided by Travelzoo

Game of Thrones prequels set to continue screen tourism boom
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