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TRAVEL DIARIES: Lara Dutta shows us how big a Game Of Thrones fan she is with her latest summer holidays!

Lara Dutta has taken off to an exotic Europe trip with her family including husband Mahesh Bhupati and daughter Saira. The actress has been sharing many of her shenanigans on social media but what caught our attention immediately was the post she dedicated to the popular American series Game Of Thrones. While the said show has come to an end, Lara seems to be nostalgic about the beautiful locales of the show decided to visit places where it was shot.

TRAVEL DIARIES Lara Dutta shows us how big a Game Of Thrones fan she is with her latest summer holidays!

Lara Dutta seems to be a big fan of Game Of Thrones and was super excited to see the castle, the backdrop which was shot in the series. She visited the King’s Landing which was shot at Dubrovnik located in Croatia and gave us a glimpse of it in these Instagram posts. She captioned it saying, “For a huge #GOT fan like me this @airbnb #got experience in Dubrovnik was the ultimate high! From Cersei’s walk of shame to the battle of black water bay, to the purple wedding and the murder of King Joffrey, it was an absolute thrill to see all the locations the show was filmed at.”

 

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My queen of ALL kingdoms!!! ????. Day spent at kings landings AKA Dubrovnik! STUNNING!!! #summer2019 #famjam #holidays

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Coming to the rest of the trip, the actress has been enjoying the summers at exotic locations in Italy and Rome. She also gave us a sneak peek of the same on her Instagram page:

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