Where was the Vikings series filmed?
This final confirmed 10-episode season premiered on December 30, 2020 in the United States. While in Latin America, only a few days later, it was available on Netflix.
On the one hand, the series provides snapshots of impressive sites that any fan would definitely want to visit. And although many believe that it was registered somewhere in Scandinavia, the truth is that Almost all seasons of the Vikings were filmed almost entirely in County Wicklow in Ireland.
Some Vikings are available on Netflix
- Ashford Studios, Ireland: The first seasons were filmed in July 2012 in this studio. They then filmed scenes in the Poulaphouca Reserve in Luggala, in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains.
- Love Tai: It is the most used space for the chain; Here is where the Viking city is a reserve near the coast. However, some of the exterior is digitally interfered with to add mountains or snowy elements that give it a more Scandinavian touch.
- The Wicklux method: This beautiful lake is 35 minutes away from Dublin. This site belongs to the Guiness family.
- Cascada PowerscourtThis 121-meter-high waterfall is also filmed within its locations, as well as the palace and gardens on Powerscourt Estate.
Likewise, Vikings production included other sites in other countries in different seasons. For example, in Season 4, landscapes from Canada, a forest in Northeastern Ontario, are used. Likewise, Morocco, Erfoud and Errachidia are also listed as Mediterranean cities.
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