Game of Thrones Tour Croatia

You are a GoT fan? You have always wanted to see the real-life filming locations and you finally have the chance to do just that? We understand the unbelievable thrill of visiting some of the coolest GoT filming locations. This is why we’ve created Game of Thrones Tour Croatia, which can be completely custom made to suit your every need. Visit Dubrovnik, featured as King’s Landing, surrounded by the crystal clear Adriatic Sea (Blackwater Bay in the TV series). Walk through the Diocletian’s Palace in Split and Fortress of Klis, used for shots of Meereen. Discover the Saint Dominic Monastery in Trogir, depicted in the city of Qarth… and much more!

This is not your typical Game of Thrones Tour Croatia. And, we are not your typical travel agency. True, we will show you all the shooting locations, but that’s where the similarity ends. You can ex-pect a highly personal approach. We will take every aspect of your trip into account. Rest assured that we care just as much about your vacation as you do!

TOUR TYPE

private, bespoke and tailor-made

AVAILABLE

April 1st – October 15th

PAYMENT OPTIONS

credit/debit card, Paypal

LANGUAGES

English, German & Spanish

SUGGESTED DURATION

6 days, 5 nights

SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATION

4-5* hotels & private villas

TOUR TYPE

private, bespoke and tailor-made

AVAILABLE

April 1st – October 15th

LANGUAGES

English, German & Spanish

SUGGESTED DURATION

6 days, 5 nights

PAYMENT OPTIONS

credit/debit card, Paypal

SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATION

4-5* hotels & private villas

SUGGESTED DESTINATIONS

DUBROVNIK

Once you set your eyes on the ancient city walls elevated above the turquoise Adriatic Sea, you will understand why Dubrovnik, once the capital of the mighty sea-faring Republic of Ragusa, is now on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. We’ll take you down the steps of the Great Sept of Baelor in King’s Landing (Jesuit Staircase) and the St. Dominic Street, where Cersei Lannister was forced marching naked. Moreover, you’ll get to see the exterior of Littlefinger’s brothel (Eth-nographic Museum Rupe), the Red Keep Gate (Ploče Gate) and the residence of the Spice King in Qarth (Rector’s Palace). Finally, you’ll get to walk around the monumental Dubrovnik Walls, built between 14th and 17th century, and visit a number of fortresses, which were all used in film-ing scenes that took place in King’s Landing and the city of Quarth.

LOKRUM

For more Qarth scenes, we’ll take you on a trip to enchanting Lokrum Island, 15 minutes drive with a regular taxi-boat line from the Old Town Dubrovnik. We’ll take you to the botanical garden on Lokrum and the Benedictine monastery, where some of the garden scenes were filmed featuring the city of Qarth. You’ll get a chance to sit on a real throne that was actually used during the filming of Game of Thrones. The throne was a gift to Croatia by HBO. You’ll get some time to enjoy swimming or simply walking around Lokrum. Since it is a Nature Reserve and a Special Forest Vegetation Reserve, you’ll get to enjoy perfectly clean air, lots of green vegetation and get to know families of peacocks and bunnies that walk around freely.

TRSTENO

Take a 30-minute drive from Dubrovnik to get to the Kings Landing’s gardens in which all the plots and secrets exchange took place. Arboretum Trsteno doubles up as the beautiful gardens of King’s Landing, in which Margaery Tyrell and her grandmother Lady Olenna Tyrell spend much of their time planning their next step. Independently of Game of Thrones tour Croatia, the beautiful Trsteno Arboretum is simply fun to stroll through and explore. Moreover, it offers some nice locations to swim and simply relax.

STON

Let us take you 60 kilometres from Dubrovnik to the idyllic countryside of the small town of Ston. It offers a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Dubrovnik. Moreover, its defensive walls built in the 14th-century were used as filming locations for King’s Landing as well as for some of the Eyrie. Along with the “European Walls of China”, the town of Ston is also known for the Salt Works and shells. So don’t miss the chance to have a taste of delicious Ston oysters and mussels.

SPLIT

With its stone walls, narrow streets and authentic architecture, Split was a perfect shooting loca-tion for the Game of Thrones series. Over two thousand years ago Roman Emperor Diocletian chose Split to build his lavish retirement palace. The Palace doubles as the former slave city of Meereen and it was the setting for numerous scenes with Daenerys. It was the basement in which Daenerys Targaryen kept her dragons and trained them. Also, it was a stage for Daenerys’ throne room. We’ll take you through this amazing fortress, now the heartbeat of Split’s old town, its beau-tiful Peristyle, formerly the palace’s central courtyard, and the 13th-century St Domnius Cathedral, originally Diocletian’s mausoleum. Moreover, we’ll walk down Papalićeva Street, where the slave rebellion scene took place in the 4th episode of season 4.

KLIS

The medieval Klis Fortress, which also doubled as the city of Meereen, is located in the village of Kliss only 20 minted ride from the city of Split. The famous line “All the slaves are free” shouted by Daenerys was actually filmed on the walls of the fortress Klis. The fortress first makes an appearance in Season 4 when Daenerys and her army conquer the city of Meereen. It was also used as a filming location for Episode 1 of Season 6 when Tyrion and Varys make the walk through the streets dressed as peasants. The Fortress was an actual house of Croatian dukes and kings and played an important role in defending the western part of Europe against the Ottoman Empire.

TROGIR

Trogir is a true gem located on an island only a thirty minutes drive west of Split. This adorable old town is connected to the mainland by old stone bridges. Don’t skip it just because it is so small you can walk from one end to another in ten minutes. Trogir is packed with lots of scenic views, historic sites and great places to eat, just to name a few. The town doubled as the trading harbour of Qarth. We’ll take you to the St. Dominic’s Monastery, which housed many of the scenes shot in the town of Qarth.

KRKA

On its route to the Adriatic Sea, the River Krka created breath-taking multi-layered waterfalls, picturesque lakes, and gorges, now a part of the astoundingly beautiful Krka National Park, only an hour drive from the city of Split. Krka National Park was the backdrop to numerous outdoor scenes of Westeros. Explore scenic trails through forests and past streams, breath in fresh air next to a roaring waterfall, take a refreshing swim in one of Krka’s peaceful lakes and seek out historical monasteries and old mills.

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