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  • Dubrovnik: The Ultimate Game of Thrones Tour

    1. Dubrovnik: The Ultimate Game of Thrones Tour

    Immerse yourself in the city of ‘King’s Landing’ with a guided tour of Dubrovnik’s famous sights, as seen in Game of Thrones. Explore Westeros’ capital city with local guides, who will take you to the most famous filming locations and let you in on the secrets of its production. Instantly recognize where parts of the story played out while your guide shares anecdotes and shows you iconic images from the series. Visit the impressive Lovrijenac Fortress (Red Keep) and admire the seemingly endless fortified walls where Tyrion Lannister and Varys took a stroll. See the Pile Gate where King Joffrey was faced with a citizens’ riot and was pelted with dung or put yourself into the shoes of Cercei as she was taking her walk of shame through the city. Listen to the behind-the-scenes stories and as your guide may well have been a Game of Thrones extra or stand-in and have the opportunity to ta...

    It is a must do tour if you are a fan of game of thrones. The guide JOSIP was super nice. And I would recommend to have him as your guide as he was super nice and funny.

  • Dubrovnik: Game of Thrones Walking Tour with Photo

    2. Dubrovnik: Game of Thrones Walking Tour with Photo

    Follow in the footsteps of your favorite "Game Of Thrones" characters and discover what the real "King's Landing" looks like. Dubrovnik was selected as the location set for the hit HBO TV series in seasons 2 to 5 (and some of season 6). Your guide is licensed by the Croatian Ministry of Tourism, fluent in English, and a big "Game of Thrones" fan. In addition to sites in the walled old town, visit the Fort of St. Lawrence. As you journey to each location, look at a book of photos from the series that explains the scenes and locations where filming took place.

    The guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining - so much more information than we expected. Would highly recommend this tour

  • Split: Games of Thrones Locations Tour

    3. Split: Games of Thrones Locations Tour

    Explore the historic city of Split on a locations tour of sites used to film the legendary HBO TV series “Game of Thrones,” and learn the history of the city as you follow in the footsteps of all your favorite characters. Your guide is a true “Game of Thrones” fan and will take you on an amazing journey on a fun tour that combines the real history of Split with a special accent on the exact places where the famous TV series was shot. Visit several film locations in the center of Split, such as the cellars of Diocletian's Palace, where Daenarys kept her dragons in season 5, and the site where the Meereenese slaves from season 4 lived. Marvel as the magic of the show is brought to life before your eyes. Hear fascinating facts and stories about the filming process, and learn things about Split, its history, and its importance in Dalmatia that you won’t find in the guidebooks.

    Great tour. Our guide was excellent and had a great sense of humor. Our two year old was not being a team player the entire time but our guide took it in stride and didn't treat any of us badly for it.

  • Full-Day Iceland Game of Thrones Tour

    4. Full-Day Iceland Game of Thrones Tour

    Take in Iceland's breathtaking scenery, used as filming locations in the gripping television series "Game of Thrones." Experience the dramatic gorge at Þingvellir — the stomping ground of White Walkers and "north of the Wall." Soak up the raw, dramatic atmosphere surrounded by magnificent nature at Þingvellir and learn the significance of the setting to the show's plot. Explore Þjorsárdalur and the "Settlement Era Viking Lodge," the filming location where a whole village was massacred. Visit Þórufoss waterfall, and put yourself in the footsteps of the young boy who witnessed Drogon attacking the goats he was looking after. Meet special characters from the series and get up close to some of the Icelandic horses that starred in the series on your way back to Reykjavík city.

    We had a female guide who was quite knowledgeable and entertaining. Her tips on how to pet the Icelandic horses made the visit to the horse farm both safe and endearing. She helped give perspective on the Game Of Thrones filming locations by showing stills of the scenes corresponding to the locations where the dragon ate the goat, the Hound brought Arya to the Vale, Ygritte and the wildlings leveled a grassy village, and Brienne battled the Hound. There was enough time left over also for us to visit a bonus waterfall and drink from it too! Great GoT tour if you have an ear to deflect a lot of 4-letter words, and can decipher the guide’s narratives while the bus driver is talking to the CB radio in Icelandic.

  • Dubrovnik: Love Stories Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

    5. Dubrovnik: Love Stories Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

    Visit the Love Stories Museum in Dubrovnik and discover unique personal love stories and items of great sentimental value donated from all around the world. Benefit from skip-the-line entry by pre-booking your ticket. Once inside, explore all the museum’s exhibitions, included with your ticket. Learn local historical and mythical love stories, and enjoy real-world love stories collected from across the globe. Experience the drama and romance of legendary films and TV shows filmed in Dubrovnik, like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and Robin Hood. Find out about the people who inspired some of the most famous love songs of all time. Visit the selfie corner, kids’ room, and the selfie room “From Dubrovnik with Love.” Before leaving, sign the “Love Wall” with your significant other and leave your own story in the museum.

  • Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour

    6. Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour

    As avid "Game of Thrones" fans know, the Old Town of Dubrovnik was chosen as the filming location for King’s Landing, after the crew was forced to replace the previous Maltese location after the show's first season.   When filming in Dubrovnik started, the film crew openly stated that they couldn’t have found a more suitable location to depict the capital of the Seven Kingdoms from G.R.R. Martin’s books. Wander through the city's cobbled streets and see why Dubrovnik is the perfect setting. Explore locations from the series, such as the magical town of Qarth. Discover iconic sights, including the location of Cersei's walk of shame, and see where her daughter departed for Dorne. Visit Littlefinger's brothel, recreate Joffrey's death, or wander through the gardens frequently visited by Margery and Sansa. Feel like part of King's Landing, regardless of which house you look up to. The to...

    Jillena. Was a great guide. Luckily for us it was only the four of us so a very personal tour and plenty of good conversation and information from the guide who has been an extra in GOT. Would definitely recommen!

  • Dubrovnik: Game of Thrones Locations Private Tour

    7. Dubrovnik: Game of Thrones Locations Private Tour

    Walk in the footsteps of some of your favorite stars from the blockbuster TV series “Game of Thrones” on a 2.5-hour tour of Dubrovnik’s Old Town. Spot locations from the most memorable episodes of Season 2, and get your picture taken in iconic settings. Dubrovnik’s Old Town was chosen as the setting for “King’s Landing” after the film crew were forced to replace the previous Maltese location from Season 1. As filming started, the crew openly admitted that they couldn’t have found a more suitable location for the capital of G.R.R. Martin’s “Seven Kingdoms.” Stroll around the cobblestone streets and walk along the city ramparts to recreate such memorable moments as Daenerys, Jorah, and Kovarro arriving at the “House of Undying,” Tyrion inspecting the wild fire deposits at the “Alchemists Guild,” and Tyrion, Podrick, and Bronn leaving the “Tower of the Hand.” In addition to “King’s Landi...

Planning Your Visit

  • What should you know before you arrive in Westeros?

    Westeros is a continent located in the west of the known world. The majority of the continent, excluding the lands beyond the Wall, falls under the Seven Kingdoms and is ruled by the King of the Andals and the First Men. Although the continent is in open civil war, Queen Cersei currently sits on the Iron Throne in the capital city of King’s Landing.

    The name of the realm dates back to the time prior to the War of Conquest, during which seven independent kingdoms existed on the continent. The realm currently consists of nine distinct regions, the remaining two being formally established after the Targaryen conquest. Regardless, all nine provinces are subject to the rule of the Iron Throne.

  • Planning Your Trip to Westeros - King's Landing

    The nine regions of Westeros offer a diverse range of incredible experiences guaranteed to help every traveller love where they’re going. If you crave the excitement and nightlife of cities, visit King’s Landing and walk the streets, shop in the markets, and chant in the temples of this bustling capital city. Sail around the city and marvel at the formidable Red Keep where the Lannister family rules as well as the infamous Blackwater Bay. Make sure to check for neon liquid before lighting any candles.

  • Planning Your Trip to Westeros - Winterfell

    If you prefer a winter wonderland, grab your fur pelts and head north on the King’s Road to the largest region in Westeros. The Kingdom of the North is ruled by the strong and benevolent Stark family. Spend the night at Winterfell, where the castle is gearing up for the great battle against the Army of the Dead. Every man, woman, boy and girl is training to defend Westeros, so expect to learn some valuable new skills during your stay.

  • Dangers to Be Aware Of in Westeros

    Dragons: There are three dragons currently residing in Westeros. Do not attempt to touch or ride a dragon unless you are a Targaryen (or the Night King). If you see one overhead, and find yourself near delicious livestock, seek shelter immediately. If you hear the word, “drakarys” don’t bother running because you are already toasted.
    White Walkers: The Long Summer has ended, and winter is coming, which means the Army of the Dead is coming for you. Only dragonglass and fire kills White Walkers; so order your dragonglass from Dragonstone prior to your trip (not included in Prime shipping) and befriend a dragon upon arrival.

Good to know

  • Language
    Common Tongue of the Andals
  • Currency
    Gold Dragons

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 1,224 reviews

A very funny and surprising tour that not only shows you specific locations of the series in Dubrovnik, but also includes curiosities about the filming, the actors, the involvement of the city on the set, etc. Highly recommended!

Extremely nice, motivated guide who worked on the production himself and passed on great information. We recommend! You see Dubrovnik from a different perspective.

Sparkling and smiling, she does not seem tired of making visits and puts all her energy into it.

The real GOT fans will certainly get their money's worth with this tour!

Friendly, funny, professional tour with a lot of insights