Fictional Places We’d Love To Visit

Today we’ve rounded up our top seven iconic fictional locations that we’d love to see in real life! So, let’s get straight into it…

Number 7 – Camp Half-Blood

Camp Half-Blood is a summer camp for demigods created by Rick Riordan in his novels, Percy Jackson and the Olympians. We’d love to be demigods and ride a Pegasus!

Number 6 – Ravka

Ravka is a country dominated by the magical Grisha in Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy and Six of Crows duology. Featuring Russian elements, this is a beautiful fictional country. We want to sail a flying boat too!

Number 5 – Kingslanding

Who wouldn’t want to visit the Red Keep or see the Iron Throne? The only problem with this location is the imminent danger you could be in if Cersei Lannister decides she doesn’t like you…

Number 4 – Mirkwood

The iconic forest of J.R.R. Tolkien’s wood elves just had to be on our list. How cool would it be to swing through trees with Legolas Greenleaf? We also liked the magical element of this location and the beauty of the forest. Just don’t end up in the dungeons and watch out for spiders…

Number 3 – Idris

The homeland of Cassandra Clare’s shadowhunters is often called the city of glass, and it’s obvious as to why. the demon towers that protect the city are made of pure adamas, the material which shadowhunters use to kill demons. It creates a stunning effect, causing the whole city to glow.

Number 2 – The Wall

There’s just something about a seven hundred feet tall wall of ice that catches the eye, isn’t there? George Martin’s magnificent creation had to be on our list. Just imagine standing on the top, staring out beyond the edge of the world. It would be pretty awesome, wouldn’t it?

Number 1 – Hogwarts

Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry is our number one. Being able to be sorted into a Hogwarts house, learn magic and play Quidditch would be the best trip into a fictional world. Also, who wouldn’t want to meet Harry Potter and the other incredible characters that J.K. Rowling has created?

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