What does GOT have in common with our Destination?
Yeah you guessed it..that where most of the filming was done!
Republic of Croatia, is a country at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe.
Admit it – you’re a complete GOT nerd. Who isn’t? Set your fandom above the rest by actually visiting the real-life fantasy land of King’s Landing! Okay, so maybe you won’t see dragons or white walkers, but these spots in beautiful Croatia will leave you feeling like a true Stark, Baratheon, or Lannister.
Get to explore hidden alleyways and pass by the walls of King’s Landing, all while feeling like a member of the Lannister Family. Visit some of the most celebrated landmarks in the city, like the towering Lovrijenac Fortress and the picturesque Trsteno Arboretum. All throughout this exciting adventure, you’ll be accompanied by a fun and engaging tour guide who will share riveting stories and fascinating trivia regarding the filming and production of the television show.
You’ll even get to ride the ship of Daenerys Targaryen to Lokrum Island and sit on the Iron Throne. This tour will definitely allow you to indulge your fandom and it’ll surely make your trip to the city more memorable.
This is definitely not your usual trip but it will definitely be memoreable to day the least. You can also tour the other cities Split & Zagreb where more filming was done.
FUN FACTS ABOUT CROATIA:
- Croatia is home to the world’s smallest town.
- The waterfront in Croatia is known as the Dalmatian coast.
- The hit HBO series ‘Game of Thrones’ was filmed on the Dalmatian coast in Split and Dubrovnik.
- A person from Croatia holds the Guinness World Record of the biggest white truffle.
- The most famous beach in Croatia is in Bol, which is on the island of Brac.
- Croatia is home to the amphitheatre in Pula which was once the home of the bloody Roman gladiator fights.
- Wine is made in Croatia thanks to the Greeks' influence from two and a half thousand years ago.
- At least 10% of the land in Croatia is made up of 8 national parks, 11 nature parks and two nature reserves.
- The lucky people in Croatia enjoy 2,715 hours of sunshine a year.
- According to Alfred Hitchcock, the seaside city of Zadar in Dalmatia holds the title of the best sunset in the world
P.S Visa is not required for a maximum stay of 90 days for holders of a double or multiple entry C visa issued by a Schengen Member State valid for all Schengen Member States.