If you follow our website, you must know how huge fans of The Witcher we are. We have been closing following any leads as to when or at least where the season 3 filming will begin. But we have not gotten any substantial evidence of the filming until now! Yes, we can now confidently say that filming for The Witcher season 3 has begun. And we even know the locations.
Looks like The Witcher fans can finally get excited.
The Witcher season 3 begins filming
Exactly a year ago on 31st March 2021, The Witcher finished season 2 filming and now on March 31st, the filming for the newest season has begun. Isn’t it exciting how they picked the same dates?
It was reported earlier that Henry and Freya are among the first cast members to have reached the supposed new filming location in North Slovenia. But now thanks to Redanian Intelligence we now know the entire shooting schedule for next week.
The Witcher Season 3 Filming Locations
First stop Laghi di Fusine, Italy
After some uncertainty, it has been confirmed that filming for Season 3 of The Witcher will begin in Italy. More specifically, the Laghi di Fusine, a pair of beautiful lakes near the Slovenian border. Kranjska Gora will apparently not be used for filming because it just acts as a mini-hub for The Witcher team and a stable for the horses.
The filming here should not be more than two days as per the sources. After Italy, the cast will march on towards the south.
Shooting to continue at Predjama Castle
Reportedly the cast and crew will hit record at the beautiful Predjama Castle on the 4th and 5th of April. Now we are not sure whether the sequences shot are of the interior of the castle or the exterior. Nonetheless, it is a beautiful location.
Finally to Nanos plateau
After shooting at the Castle, the crew will move to Nanos plateau which is not that far from the castle. In fact, recently the producer of the show who was scouting the locations Steve Gaub uploaded a picture from the plateau on his Instagram account.
After wrapping up things in Nanos the crew should move to Pula and Krk Island in Croatia. However no official news on that but be sure to check our website as we’ll keep you updated.
Let us know what you think about the new filming location for The Witcher season 3. Are you as excited as we are?