Game of Thrones Full-Day Private Tour of Dubrovnik
Get the total Seven Kingdom’s experience on the Game of Thrones Full-Day Private Tour of Dubrovnik. Follow in the footsteps of your favourite Westerosi monarchs.
For most of the last decade, Dubrovnik has played a very important role in the Game of Thrones story. The city’s historic architecture and busy streets have provided filming locations for not one, but two Westerosi cities. Some of the TV series most iconic scenes were filmed inside Dubrovnik’s Old Town, while others took place just outside of its walls.
Now you have the opportunity to see them all for yourself!
The Game of Thrones Full-Day Private Tour of Dubrovnik is the perfect way to explore the city’s Game of Thrones legacy. Taking exclusive transport, you can sit back and relax while your guide takes you to all of the most recognisable filming locations.
One of which is Fort Lovrijenac. This historic military building plays a key role throughout the TV series, featuring as the Red Keep. The stage for many memorable scenes, this is where the monarch of King’s Landing resides. From here you can gaze out over all of Dubrovnik, as well as what lies beyond its walls.
Exploring the Old Town, you will come across many more iconic sites. One of which is the harbour that featured as Blackwater Bay. This was the scene of one of Game of Thrones greatest and most explosive battles. There’s also the Jesuit Staircase, which doubled as the steps leading to the Great Sept of Baelor. The most notable scene to take place here was Cersei Lannister’s Walk of Shame.
The Game of Thrones Full-Day Private Tour of Dubrovnik also takes you beyond the city limits.
Just a short drive away you will find the beautiful Trsteno Arboretum, which doubled as the King’s Landing gardens. Throughout the TV series, this has been the setting for many important discussions between the main characters. Many schemes were plotted out as they paced between the flower beds.
You will also take the trip to Hotel Belvedere. Sitting on a cliff edge overlooking the Adriatic Sea, this resting place has been shut down for many years. However, the hotel’s circular courtyard was the perfect stage for one of Game of Thrones’ most memorable duels. This is where the Mountain and Oberyn Sand fought it out, with only one of them surviving.
Lastly, you will travel by ferry across to the small Lokrum Island. Covered in natural vegetation and wildlife, this island was transformed into the mysterious city of Qarth. This is also the home of the Iron Throne, which you’ll even get a chance to sit on!