When deciding where to film HBO's hit series Game of Thrones, producers must have seen the wilderness of Northern Ireland as the obvious choice for a cold and noble Winterfell. But for the capital of Westeros, King’s Landing a city made for royals, they needed a one-of-a-kind paradise: sunny Mediterranean climate, crystal clear sea, and massive amounts of limestone. Our Game of Thrones walking tour will give you an exclusive look at this paradise from a director's point of view, comparing freeze-frames from the show with their real-life locations and explaining several scenes filmed in and around Dubrovnik's Old Town. Come to walk the streets of King's Landing, visit the Red Keep, see where King Joffrey celebrated his royal wedding, take your photo on the staircase from season five's “Walk of Shame” and much more! All of our guides are not only Game of Thrones enthusiasts, but also licensed historical guides for Dubrovnik so we can assure you the highest level of professionalism and expertise on every tour.
This tour on request can be organized as a private option, with departure, inclusions and itinerary according your wishes.
Tour starts from our stand on Pile square, according to schedule, towards park Gradac which was set for Joffrey’s wedding party, from Gradac next is climb into Lovrijenac fortress – Red Keep. Than we walk down the stairs to the small bay Šulić where you can see beach from which Myrcella left King’s landing and pear where Sansa spoke with Littlefingers, than we come in the Old town through Pile gate – place of riots when Hound saved Sansa from certain death, walk continues through back streets of old town where you will see brothel where prince Oberyn spent his time, staircase of “Walk of Shame”, at the end of walk you will see place of market and famous speech when Tyrion found out he’s being called “demon monkey” tour will finish with opportunity to take free of charge photo on replica of Iron Throne.
Licensed guide on English and Spanish with screenshots book, free of charge opportunity to take photos on the Throne at the end of tour.