Welcome to Dubrovnik -- an enchanting 1,400-year-old medieval walled town famously dubbed the Pearl of Adriatic. The ethereal beauty of this walled city was immortalized the words of writer George Bernard Shaw, who suggested that, "those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik."Perhaps it is no surprise, then, that in 2011, HBO chose Dubrovnik as a filming location for its award-winning show The Game of Thrones.
The chemistry between HBO and Dubrovnik has proven to function perfectly. The city and its surroundings have been featured in a show for three consecutive years (seasons 2, 3 and 4) in the role of King's Landing and the magical town of Qarth -- 'the greatest city there was or ever will be'. Because truth is never far from fiction, today you will get acquainted Dubrovnik's real-life 'game' -- a medieval epic straight from the pages of history, covering how the small, but influential, medieval city-state of Dubrovnik has played against ruthless enemies and larger competitors to win its survival and preserve its precious freedom.
A team of devoted Game of Thrones fans has carefully and thoughtfully constructed this tour, which showcases the spectacular Dubrovnik locations featured in the show. As you stride from one iconic GoT scene to the other, enjoy the familiar and breathtaking landscapes. It is an unforgettable journey that follows in the footsteps of your favorite characters, through the scenic sets of Blackwater Bay to the House of the Undying. Season 3 and 4 introduced the Trsteno Arboretum -- a lovely Mediterranean park. Iconic scenes involving Lady Margaery, Ser Loras and their witty grandmother, Lady Olenna Tyrell (the Queen of Thorns), take place here.