Every season of "Game of Thrones" passes by too quickly — and season six was no exception.
The good news is you don't have to leave Westeros so fast. With enough cash, and the will to travel, you can stay in places very much like the land gripped by ice and fire.
Some are in the very countries where the show was filmed.
Here are nine rentals you can stay in if you're not ready to leave Westeros behind:
Keep a careful distance from all the scheming of King's Landing in this five-room villa on Gozo Island in Malta.
"Bellavista" has a terrace with a swimming pool, views of the countryside and it's located only one kilometre from the Xaghra city centre. Pour yourself a glass of red wine and watch the centre of Westeros burn.
The Dornish are crazy, Bronn said. All they want to do is fight and ... well, you probably heard what he said.
This lovely property, also located on Gozo Island, is less suited to the fighting prowess of the Sand Snakes than it is to the idle ruler Doran Martell, hobbled by gout and left to enjoy the luxurious Water Gardens.
Do just like this useless figurehead in the gorgeous "Tal Fanal" resort, where you'll find a 65-square-metre swimming pool, a terrace and more. Your quarters are a three-bedroom apartment. On the ground floor you'll have a terrace, on the upper floor a balcony. All the better to watch the Dornish quarrel around you.
The Ironborn are a seafaring people, known for raiding and pillaging. But you'll do none of that in this resort apartment in Nimmo's Harbour, a resort in County Galway, Ireland.
Here you'll find a three-room apartment overlooking the rugged, beautiful Irish coastline. On a stormy day it's sure to look very much like the land that bore Yara Greyjoy.
One can't recommend a stay in the House of the Black and White (it's dark and dreary). But one can recommend a stay in this three-storey townhouse in Skradin, Croatia, with enough room for seven people.
It has all the trappings of home, such as satellite TV, air conditioning, an open kitchen and more. A listing pitches it as a great starting point for adventures into the Krka National Park, where you'll find stunning waterfalls.
Stay in this two-room, semi-detached home in Croatia's Dalmatian region, and you'll never wonder again why Daenerys Targaryen chose to make it the seat of her power.
Enjoy a view of the town from a terrace overlooking the Adriatic Sea. You're only a 3.5-kilometre trip to the beach.
The Stormlands are a wet region that once hosted the seat of House Baratheon.
They were represented in the show by Country Antrim, Northern Ireland, Fortune reported. So HomeToGo has chosen a similar region not too far away — Clonbur, in County Galway, where you can rent a lovely, private two-room house in the countryside.
Daenerys Targaryen enjoyed a cool reception when she arrived at the trading city of Qarth, where her dragons would be stolen away to the House of the Undying.
You'll find a better welcome in a stunning apartment about nine kilometres from Dubrovnik, Croatia, where the show is filmed. This two-room property offers a terrace with a pool looking out to the Adriatic Sea, and is only 200 metres from the beach.
No, it's not the desert wasteland that housed the Dothraki in season six. It's Tullamore, Ireland, where you can stay in a historical cottage not unlike the buildings in Vaes Dothrak, where Daenerys was forced to live in a temple for the widows of khals.
This quaint stone property is prefect for animal lovers, as you'll find sheep, cats and dogs on site.
If the White Walkers came, they'd most likely be here first — a 540-square-foot farmhouse near Mount Baker in Washington state, a location not unlike the Frostfangs mountains that were home to the Wildlings.
It's a more rustic rental than much of what you'll find here. It's surrounded by trees, perfect for a getaway at any time of year. If you have a car, you're not too far away from a skiing range, a cross-country trail, or a toboggan run.
Perfect for fleeing an army of the dead.
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Iceland's otherworldly landscapes of ice and snow make it an ideal location for all the scenes that are supposed to take place North of the Wall. The producers shot for a month here in 2011, and decided to return for subsequent seasons. The official Game of Thrones behind-the-scenes blog from HBO calls it the "most intense of the shoot locations, with very short days, treacherous ice, and storms that a White Walker would feel right at home in." Photo credit: Reykjavik Travel
Equipment and transportation had to be sturdy and outfitted for the weather, but as this picture shows, even a detachment of Iceland's customized Super-Jeeps sometimes couldn't prevail. For the Season 3 shoot, inclement weather was a major stress factor because the shoot schedule was only eight days, as opposed to one month the first time. For tourists who don't have to worry about getting scenes in the can, a Super-Jeep tour is one of the most fun and adrenaline-packed ways to experience Iceland...especially if you combine it with a hike across the ice or up the side of a mountain! Photo credit: Helen Sloan/HBO
This stunning view of King's Landing—er, sorry, Dubrovnik, is actually what many of the cast probably experienced after shooting the capital scenes by day. Adriatic Luxury Hotels hosted most of the cast and crew during their stay, and some staff were even lucky enough to party with them. Hotel Bellevue, a stylish luxury hotel just a short walk from Old Town Dubrovnik, just launched a "Discover King's Landing" package that includes oceanview accommodations, a welcome bottle of wine (Tyrion would approve!) and a replica of a "key to King's Landing" that doubles in real life as an attractions pass. Photo credit: ALH
Fan sites have compared Qarth, as seen in this still image from the set, to Babylon many thousands of years ago. But in fact, the Qarth scenes were shot on a tiny island called Lokrum, just off the coast of Dubrovnik. It's a popular daytrip destination, easily accessible by ferry from the city. Its unique landscape, which includes a small salt lake and a thousand-year-old abandoned monastery, made it a perfect real-life setting for GOT's pagan oasis city. Photo credit: HBO
This disheveled yet charming port town in Morocco once was a backpacker's stopover; but when the GOT location scouts discovered it, it became one of the main backdrops for Daenerys Targaryen's journey from displaced child-bride to dragon queen. With its colorful bazaar and bustling harbor, Essaouira is ripe for cinematographic transformation into Astapor, or one of the other exotic cities of Essos where Dany comes into her power. Photo credit: Art of Backpacking
What luck for fans worldwide that Game of Thrones enthusiast Mary O'Connell sought out this film site in a remote south-central Morocco region nicknamed "The Door of the Desert," snapped a pic, and posted it on Twitter. Were it not for the rigging and camera crane, the bristling spear brigades standing in front of ancient baked-brick facades would look like a scene from 1,000 years ago. Photo credit: Mary O'Connell
Though perhaps not quite as exotic as some of the other locations, Northern Ireland holds the distinction of being the primary film locale for Game of Thrones, Seasons 1-3. Its castles, quarries and woods served as the setting for most of the Winterfell story lines. As yet, there's no word whether Northern Ireland will remain the production's headquarters for Season 4 and beyond. Regardless, a bus tour of GOT locations is being set up for curious tourists. Photo credit: Northern Ireland Screen
This remote Northern Ireland harbor serves as the real-life counterpart to the Iron Islands, bleak and inhospitable home of the violent seafaring Greyjoys. It's no stretch of the imagination on a cloudy day, with gray cliffs rearing hundreds of feet above a vast and sullen ocean. Photo credit: Flickr/johmuk
And for the final slide, we go back to the beginning. This otherworldly natural arch in remote Southern Malta is where a young and naive Daenerys Targaryen married Khal Drogo in the very beginning of Game of Thrones, Season 1. Ah, the memories! Photo credit: iStockPhoto