This is the full list of filming locations in County Durham from series 2 of The Witcher.

Series 1 of The Witcher saw Netflix crews film across Hungary, Poland, Spain, and more.

But when Covid-19 spread throughout the world, The Witcher's production team set out a plot to film the entire season in the UK, spanning across 15 different locations.

The cast and crew, including Hollywood actor Henry Cavill, spent around one month in the country filming for the hit show.

Fans of the show can now visit the exact locations seen on Netflix's The Witcher.

The Northern Echo: Photo via Netflix/The Witcher.Photo via Netflix/The Witcher.

Filming locations for The Witcher in County Durham

After filming in the Lake District in Cumbria, production crews headed to County Durham.

The Witcher crew used the Low Force Waterfall in Teesdale, an 18-foot-high set of falls on the River Tees.

You can find Low Force Waterfall in the North Pennines’ Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the European Geopark.

Read more: List of all the UK filming locations used for Netflix's The Witcher 

The bridge that crosses over Low Force Waterfall is known as Wynch Bridge, originally built in 1830.

Though it is advised only one person crosses it at a time due to its stability - the perfect setting for a show like The Witcher.