Game of Thrones - Croatia (8 Days)
For those who are in love
with HBO series the Game of Thrones, this tour will
highlight all the filming spots and locations where GOT
$2,150 per person
Fly in city:
Fly out city:
April - October
Visit Fort Lovrijenac (Dubrovnik) – Red Keep (King’s
Baroque Staircase (Dubrovnik) Becomes the Stairs
to the Great Sept of Baelor (King’s Landing)
Kliss (Split) – City of Meereen
The Basement of
Diocletian’s Palace (Split) – Daenerys’ Throne Room
This tour can be further customized to meet any travel
Arrival to the Split, the second
largest city in Croatia and the city that has it all: Roman
ruins and grand museums alongside fashionable cafes and
trendy shops. Meeting with the tour director at the airport
and transfer to the hotel. After check in, free time to
relax. Overnight in Split.
After breakfast meeting with the local guide and
Split sightseeing. First, you’ll take a walking tour of
the 1700-year-old Diocletian’s Palace in the heart of
Split’s old town. You’ll wander the streets that became
Meereen, the palace basements and Daenarys’ throne room.
Next, departure to the mountain village of Klis, about
20 minutes outside Split. In this tiny village lies Klis
Fortress, which stands tall on the end of a rocky cliff
offering the absolute best view of Split, the Adriatic
Sea and neighboring islands. Your guide will take you on
a walking tour of the fortress, during which he’ll tell
you about the Game of Thrones scenes that were filmed
here as well as some of the local Croatian history.
After Split sightseeing departure to Šibenik, a historic
town in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the
river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. The town was
founded in the 10th century. It consists of a labyrinth
of narrow streets and small squares climbing from the
level of the Cathedral of St. James to the fortress at
the summit of the old town.
On your way to Šibenik stop in Kaštela. Located
between Split and Trogir, the “town” of Kaštela is
actually composed of seven coastal villages built around
15th century castles. At the time, upper-crust families
in Split felt greatly threatened by the march of the
Ottoman Turks into Europe. One by one, they filed into
Kaštela bay and built fortified mansions for themselves.
Because of it, Kaštela serve perfectly as a set for the
mystery region of Doreen the mighty. After Kaštela we
welcome you to the New Throne, known as the City of
Šibenik, whose fortified walls and ancient architecture
were seen in the fifth season of the Game of Thrones.
Šibenik is known as The King’s City, for it was the
court of Croatian King Krešimir the 4th in the 11th
century, and now you’ll witness it fusing with the world
of the Game of Thrones. A perpetual stronghold for many
rulers, Šibenik is protected by four fortresses on each
of its side: the Fortress of St. Nicholas, St. Michael,
St. John and the Šubičevac Fortress. In series, Šibenik
and its fortresses represented Braavos, the greatest and
most powerful of the Free Cities. After Šibenik continue
to Krka National Park, the backdrop to numerous nature
scenes in the show’s fourth season. It is a breathtaking
place, and its cascading waterfalls will leave you
mesmerized and refreshed, as you swoon into the greens
of its flora and the blues of its crystal clear water.
We’ll finish the day with a dinner in a typical
Dalmatian village – Etnoland Dalmati where you’ll enjoy
both the ambient as well as a delicious three-course
homemade meal. After dinner return back to Split.
Overnight in Split.
After breakfast embark on a boat
and start your sea adventure. First stop is lovely Island of
Hvar, the sunniest place on Earth, a favorite destination to
those who know how to travel well, and a perfect backdrop to
A Game of Thrones. A peaceful retreat or perhaps Slaver’s
Bay? The island’s capitol is an ancient town of the same
name, rich with history and a thriving art scene. Hell’s
Islands, or ‘Paklenjaci’ is a group of small picturesque
islands just outside of Hvar, and a destination easily
reachable by speed boat. Many have found peace and seclusion
on Hell’s Islands, as they are home to charming taverns and
small family hotels. Time moves slowly here. Second stop in
our nautical journey is the Island of Vis – raw, isolated
from the mainland, charismatic and beautiful. Your tour of
Vis wouldn’t be complete without visiting a tiny nearby
island called Biševo. With an official population of fifteen
souls, the limestone Island of Biševo is the home of the
Blue Cave, one of the most magical places in the
Mediterranean. Located in the Balun Bay, the Blue Cave was
initially described and painted by Baron Eugen von Ransonet,
and until the 18th century, was accessible only by diving.
Illuminated by both the Sun and the Moon, the inside of the
cave glows with an incredible aquamarine light and it will
leave you breathless. Return to Split in the late afternoon.
Overnight in Split.
After breakfast departure to
Dubrovnik.On the way to Dubrovnik stop in Ston. Gothic
medieval city, surrounded by 6 kilometers of city walls and
its famous salt pains and oysters (Second largest city walls
after Chinese wall). The bay of Mali Ston has been famous
for seashell cultivation since the days of the Roman Empire
as it hosts the largest oyster cultivation facilities in the
Adriatic. Oyster production in the family that we will take
you to has been a long tradition which they have developed
over the years into an exceptional tourist attraction. The
excursion starts with a panoramic boat ride on a beautiful
wooden boat through the Bay of Mali Ston all the way down to
the oyster beds. You will not only have the opportunity to
see and learn something about the oyster production but also
to taste some oyster, local wine, and rakia in these amazing
surroundings Overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast meeting with the
local guide and explore GOT filming locations in Dubrovnik.
For most of its history, a republic of its own and a beacon
of diplomacy, Dubrovnik’s independent spirit is as strong as
ever. You already know this city, for this is King’s
Landing, a host to the revelries of Robert Baratheon, the
excess lifestyle of Prince Joffrey, and the cunning wit of
Tyrion Lannister. Walk onto Red Keep, here known as
Lovrijenac Fortress. Follow the trails of Arya Stark, and
see where Daenerys, the Queen of Dragons, gave freedom to
her fire - breathing flying creatures. Walk through the
palace gardens of King’s Landing, where gossip and intrigue
foreshadowed battles, a place known in our world as
Arboretum Trsteno. This luscious combination of green
plant-life and superb architecture of yesteryear tells tails
of royalty, and is the oldest arboretum in this part of
Europe. Return back to the hotel in late afternoon.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast discover the
impressive Elaphiti Islands archipelago and enjoy the most
beautiful parts of the 3 largest inhabited islands.
Experience stunning nature with orange, lemon and olive
trees and beautiful bays. The Elaphiti Islands are a small
archipelago northwest of Dubrovnik. The name comes from
Greek and can be translated as the Deer Islands. One
possible explanation is that deer-hunting Greek settlers
once lived on the island. The islands are mostly covered
with pine forests, along with some orange, lemon, olive and
laurel trees. Beautiful bays, tropical vegetation and ideal
moorings for boats and ships all add to the charm of these
islands, where you can holiday surrounded by untouched
nature. In just 1 day, visit the 3 largest inhabited
islands. The captain will welcome you aboard your boat with
a regional grappa. After a short visit to the islands of
Koločep and Šipan, lunch will be served at a local
restaurant on the island Šipan. Feeling revitalized, you
then have plenty of time for swimming and strolling around
the island of Lopud. Return back to Dubrovnik in the late
afternoon. Special supper dinner will be served in one of
the most famous Dalmatian restaurants called "Konoba" where
you will be able to try delicious local dishes and listen
the sounds of traditional Dalmatian group so-called "Klapa".
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast leave for
Montenegro. Kotor, city located on the only natural fjord of
its kind in the world and in a bay that has made the list of
Most Beautiful Bays in the World. meeting with the local
guide and Kotor sightseeing. Discover the ancient,
beautiful, fortified town of Kotor on this fabulous walking
tour. The town is one of the best preserved medieval towns
in the Adriatic. You will take a stroll through the
beautiful medieval street to the most beautiful cathedral in
Montenegro before walking around the 405 kms of
fortifications overlooking the town (optional). This is a
wonderful tour for those wanting to learn more about the
history of Kotor or for those who simply want to enjoy the
wonderful architecture and magnificent views that this town
has to offer. After Kotor sightseeing continue to St.
Stefan. Hotel check in and free time at leisure. After
breakfast meeting with a local guide and departure to Budva,
a town built of stone and love. Budva is a vibrant coastal
city with a modern flair. . The old city of Budva, a small
labyrinth of narrow streets beholds the Citadela, an ancient
castle and the most significant fortification building of
the Montenegrin Coast. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
End of tour.
Depart from Dubrovnik.
Recommended time to travel: April - October
Price:- From $2,150 per person. Please contact
us for availability