1. Meeting Point: In Front of Skybar Nightclub
In front of Skybar, Brsalje ul. 8, 20000, Dubrovnik.
Right by the bus stop Pile, the last bus / taxi stop when heading towards the old town.
Since Season 2 of Game of Thrones, Dubrovnik has been a regular feature on our screens. The city has provided many of the backdrops to some of the small-screen epic’s biggest scenes. From royal weddings to betrayals and beheadings, the streets and landscapes of Dubrovnik have been instrumental in bringing the story to life.
Free photo opportunity on a 3D printed replica of the original Iron Throne!
From €25 per person
Follow in the harrowing footsteps of Cersei Lannister. Gaze upon the magnificent buildings that appear throughout the TV series. And indulge in the real-life history of the city, as your personal tour guide leads you along its ancient streets.
Around every corner of this city, there are iconic Game of Thrones filming locations to be found! The Pile Gate entrance to the Old Town has appeared numerous times throughout the TV series. Most notably, this is where King Joffrey is attacked by an angry mob.
Nearby is Pile Harbour. Flanked by two looming fortresses, this is often shown as the entrance point to King’s Landing. This is where we see Myrcella sail away to Dorne, and where Cersei waits expectingly as Jaime brings her daughter back.
Of course, Dubrovnik’s City Walls also play a large part in Game of Thrones. We often see characters plotting schemes as they walk along these medieval fortifications. They even receive damage during the dramatic Battle of the Blackwater. Thankfully, that was just TV magic, as the walls are a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As part of the Game of Thrones Walk in Dubrovnik tour, you’ll also visit the Fort of St. Lawrence. This fortress and theatre overlooks the sea and is instantly recognisable as the Red Keep in King’s Landing. Many important scenes take place here, such as King Joffrey’s Nameday Tournament. This is also where Cersei plots to remove the Tyrells from King’s Landing.
These stone steps are instantly recognisable as the route up to the Great Sept of Baelor. Many scenes took place here, most notably Cersei’s Walk of Penance. This was the lowest point in her character’s arc, but as we all know, she got her revenge in the end.
There are plenty more famous filming sites throughout the whole of Dubrovnik’s Old Town. And your guide will be sure to show you them all. With so much to see, the Game of Thrones Walk in Dubrovnik tour is not to be missed!
Sarah T. –