King's Landing and the Iron Throne

Cultural & Theme Tours in Dubrovnik

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We meet by the Amerling fountain at Pile square, outside of the old town, near Dubravka restaurant, search for the blue umbrella - that's our meeting location. You will see all the filming locations and get information from the set. Duration of the tour is between 3 and 3.5 hours and we wrap up the tour on Lokrum island where you'll see the magnificient Iron Throne. • discover why HBO chose Dubrovnik for the capital of Seven Kingdoms • how crowds where handled • how extras were selected • stories from the set • visit Lovrjenac Fort posing as Red Keep • Pile Gate where Riot in The Streets took place • Walk of Shame • City of Qarth, the greatest city that ever was or will be
We meet at the Amerling fountain and initiate with our tour. We explore all the locations around the old town and the highlight is definitely Lovrijenac fort which was posing as the Red Keep. There is a certain amount of stairs to climb, but once you get to the top, the view will take your breath away - prepare your cameras and make sure your phones are fully charged to be able to take all the photos. After the Red Keep, we descend towards the old town, cover the scenes that took place there and afterwards we catch the ferry to Lokrum island which is the host of the Iron Throne.Dubrovnik was not only King's Landing, it was also posing as City of Quarth, the greatest city that ever was or will be. Lush green gardens that belong to Lokrum island were a part of the scenery as well. Just 5 minutes from Lokrum harbor, a delight for all Game of Thrones fans lies – the Iron Throne, and you definitely don’t want to miss out on your chance to get a photo of you sitting on it! Besides memorable Khaleesi scenes, Lokrum has lovely natural beaches, several restaurants, peacocks and bunnies walking freely amongst tourist and the island itself offers many opportunities for relaxing, which all combined with Game of Thrones scenes make the island a desirable location to spend the day. If you'd like to, take your swimming gear with you (bathing suits, towels) because after the tour is done, you can dive into the clear blue Adriatic and swim away the day. Have in mind that the island has certain working hours and when the last boat leaves, the last visitors are meant to be on it as well. 

What’s included

  • Local taxes
  • Local professional guide

What’s not included

  • Entrance fees - 50 kunas for Red Keep and 150 kunas return ticket to Lokrum island
  • Food and drinks
  • Lunch
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Please have in mind the local currency is Croatian kuna and that's the only currency accepted at Lovrijenac castle (Red Keep) and for the Lokrum boat. Total extra charge is 150 + 50 kn equaling 200 kunas.
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