The Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Self-Guided Walking Tour

Airing on TV screens in 170 countries, Game of Thrones is most popular show in the world. While the series is filmed in about 7 different countries, Dubrovnik is used to film most of the exterior shots of King’s Landing. I didn’t start watching the show until right before my trip to Croatia, and then I binge watched the series so that I could be one of the cool kids. Keep reading for comparison photos, maps and an easy self-guided, Dubrovnik Game of Thrones walking tour.

Tips for the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Walking Tour

SAVE MONEY BY PURCHASING A DUBROVNIK CARD. Not only does it give you access to the walls and Fort Lovrijenac, but it includes admission to Rector’s Palace as well (all sights you will be visiting on the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones tour). A 1 day Dubrovnik Card costs 190HRK ($30USD) or 171HRK($27USD) online . If you purchase the admissions separately, the walls cost 150HRK ($24USD includes entrance to Fort Lovrijenac), and admission to Rector’s Palace is 100HRK ($16).

Buy the Dubrovnik Card HERE

PURCHASE YOUR DUBROVNIK CARD OR CITY WALL TICKETS BEFORE STARTING THE TOUR You must purchase tickets outside of Old Town’s Pile Gate. Do it before you begin the tour so you don’t have to backtrack

SET YOUR OWN PACE I’ve separated the tour into 3 parts. You can choose to do the whole tour in 1 day, or split it up into sections to work with your vacation and schedule.

START EARLY If you choose to complete the tour in 1 day, know that there is a lot of ground to cover, so start early! As of August 2017, the mayor is in talks to limit the number of tourists inside the city walls at one time to 4,000. Arriving early will ensure your entry.

QUEUE UP THE THEME SONG Download the Game of Thrones theme song to your phone and use it as background music while you wander through the streets. Trust me, you won’t be the only one.

BRING WATER Pack a water bottle, and re-fill it as you go. There are several fountains with drinkable water throughout the city.

SAVE THE GOOGLE MAP Within the city walls, Dubrovnik is tiny and the streets are narrow. I’ve listed directions to all the locations but some streets may not have signs. Referring to the pins on the Google Map will be the easiest way to locate the next spot during the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones tour. Most are within 2-5 minutes from each other.



The Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Walking Tour is separated into 3 parts, Old Town + Fort Lovrijenac, The City Walls and Lokrum Island. You can do the whole tour in 1 day, or split it up into sections to work with your vacation and schedule. On the Google map above, the markers are color coded.

Yellow: Sites along the city walls | Green: Sites on Lokrum Island | Purple: Sites at Pile Bay and Fort Lovrijenac | Teal: Sites within Old Town Dubrovnik | Peach: Additional Locations Off the Beaten Path

If you choose to do the tour in one day, I recommend doing all three parts in order as outlined below.


PART I: Old Town and Fort Lovrijenac

Fort Lovrijenac

Begin the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour standing in front of Pile Bay.

To get here, begin at the main square right outside of Pile Gate. Walk away from Old Town on the left side of the street, and turn left on Ul. Svetog Durda, walking toward the water. Wind your way down this street until you reach the entrance of the bay.

Pile Bay

You’ll recognize the multiple areas of Pile Bay (aka Blackwater Bay) from several episodes in the series:

To your right is a little middle earth-esque cliffside staircase.  During season 2 episode 1, King Joffrey orders all of Robert Baratheon’s bastard children to be killed so that they don’t threaten his claim to the throne. One of the scenes shows the Gold Cloaks raiding homes here.

Game of Thrones Filming Locations in Dubrovnik

To the left, around the wall, you’ll see the pebble shoreline where the Lannisters stood on the shore and sent Myrcella off to Dorne in Season 2 episode 6.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Locations

It’s also where Cersei meets the boat after Jamie brings Myrcella back to King’s Landing in season 6 episode 1.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour: Filming Locations

On the Jetty straight ahead is where Sansa and Shae sit while playing a guessing game about the ships ahead in season 3 episode 1. Littlefinger approaches and talks to Sansa about getting her out of King’s Landing.

Game of Thrones Tour: Pile Bay aka Blackwater Bay Location
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour: Pile Bay Location

From Pile Bay turn right and start to walk up the steps (there are about 200..) to Fort Lovrijenac. Entrance into the fortress is free with your ticket to the city walls.

Fort Lovrijenac

Fort Lovrijenac is the filming location of The Red Keep: the residence of the King of the Andals and the capital of the Seven Kingdoms.

When you first enter the fortress you’ll see a long corridor to your left, which you might remember from Season 2 episode 1, when Cersei and Littlefinger talk about finding Arya. He lets on that he knows about her relationship with Jamie quoting “knowledge is power.” She threatens his life stating “power is power.”

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones DIY Tour: Locations
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Self Guided Tour
The Red Keep aka Dubrovnik's Fortress Lovrijenac

Head upstairs to assault yourself with one of the best views of Old Town Dubrovnik. You’ll also be standing in the same spot as the filming location for King Joffrey’s Nameday Tournament in season 2 episode 1.

Fort Lovrijenac aka Game of Thrones Red Keep Location
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Self Tour: Fort Lovrijenac

Fort Lovrijenac Address: Ul. od Tabakarije 29, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

After spending some time wandering around Fort Lovrijenac, exit the fortress and make your way back to Old Town’s Pile Gate.

Old Town Dubrovnik

Pile Gate

There are two entrances to Old Town Dubrovnik, Pile Gate and Ploce Gate. The entrance to Pile Gate was used in season 3 episode 10 when Jamie arrives in King’s Landing to visit his sister.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones DIY Tour: Pile Gate
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour: Pile Gate

As you walk through Pile Gate, you’ll be standing in a long entryway. This was where the King’s Landing riot was filmed in season 2 episode 6. After the Lannisters see Mrycella off to Dorne, they’re met with an angry crowd of townspeople. Someone throws fruit at King Joffrey and a riot ensues. The doorway at the end of the corridor (which in reality leads to a little park) is where Sansa runs to try and escape the men chasing her.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: King's Landing Riot at Pile Gate
Dubrovnik King's Landing: Filming Locations

Pile Gate Address: Ul. Vrata od Pila, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Continue walking through the entryway into Dubrovnik’s Old Town. The busy main street straight ahead is the Stradun, start to walk down it and turn left down Ul. Gariste. I believe it’s the second small alleyway on the right. When you hit Ul. Za Rokom, turn left, then right on Ul. od Domina. Finally make a sharp right onto Ul. od Rupa and the Ethnographic Museum will be on your right hand side.

Ethnographic Museum

The next stop on the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones tour is the Ethnographic Museum. This was used to film exterior shots of Littlefinger’s brothel. You’ll see it in season 4 episode 1 when Tyrion asks to speak to Oberyn Martell outside, and again in season 5 episode 3 when Lancel Lannister humiliates the The High Septon by making him walk naked through the street.

Dubrovnik: Ethnographic Museum aka Littlefinger's Brothel

Ethnographic Museum Address: 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

From the Ethnographic Museum, It’s about a 5 minute walk to the Jesuit steps. Turn around and head back down Ul. od Rupa. Make a sharp left on Ul. od Domina, then make a right onto Ul. od Puca. Turn right onto Gundulićeva poljana. The stairs are tucked back past Gundulićeva poljana square on Ul. uz Jezuite and they’re easy to spot. 

Jesuit Staircase

The Jesuit Staircase is an important location in Season 5. We first see it in episode 1 as Cersei arrives to the funeral and walks up the steps past the mourners and into The Great Sept, making everyone wait.

Dubrovnik King's Landing Locations
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: Jesuit Staircase aka The Great Sept Steps

They appear in episode 3 when Cersei rides up to Margaery’s wedding, and again in episode 4 when Tommen wants to see the High Sparrow but is blocked.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones The Great Sept
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: Staircase

Of course, the Jesuit Steps played a major role in the finale of season 5 during Cersei’s walk of atonement. During my visit, I witnessed a fan re-enacting this scene while ringing a gong whose sounds echoed through the streets..

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: Walk of Atonement Steps
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: Jesuit Steps

Jesuit Steps Address: Ul. Josipa Jurja Strossmayera 2, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

From the bottom of the Jesuit Staircase, head back down Ul. od Jezuite and turn right on Gundulićeva poljana. Walk past the Troubador Jazz Cafe and then turn right towards the Stradun. Rector’s Palace will be on your right. It’s a 2 minute walk from the steps. 

Rectors Palace

Rector’s Palace receives a cameo in season 2 episode 6 as a background for the Spice King’s palace in Qarth. The Spice King and his entourage stand on the staircase as Daenerys asks the him about acquiring ships to cross the Narrow Sea.

Game of Thrones Dubrovnik: Spice King's Palace aka Rector Palace

Admission Fee: Entrance into Rector’s Palace is free with the Dubrovnik Card or admission is 100KN ($16 USD).

Rector’s Palace Address: Ul. Pred Dvorom 3, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Leaving Rector’s Palace, turn right toward the Stradun. When you reach the small square at the end, you’ll see a large arched entryway on your right side. Go through it and follow St. Dominic Street for about 3 minutes (Don’t go out onto the port). You’ll see the staircase on your left hand side. It’s a 4-5 minute walk from Rector’s Palace. 

St. Dominic Street

As Tyrion and Bronn are walking through the streets in season 2 episode 5, they witness a protest speech regarding King Joffrey. The speaker stands on top of the staircase on St. Dominic Street.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: St. Dominic Street

Keep following St. Dominic Street in the same direction until you reach Dubrovnik’s second gate, Ploce Gate. It’s a 1-2 minute walk.

Ploce Gate

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones: Ploce Gate

Dubrovnik’s Ploce Gate and Revelin Fortress were used as one of the entrances of The Red Keep. It’s the gate Cersei enters after her walk of shame in season 5 episode 10.

Ploce Gate also served as background in season 2 episode 5 when Tyrion talks with Lancel Lannister.

Ploce Gate: Dubrovnik Game of Thrones

From Ploce Gate head back the way you came on St. Dominic’s street and turn left onto the port. If you’re doing the tour in 1 day, it’s time to hop on a boat to Lokrum Island. If not, you can pick up here tomorrow. 

PART II: Lokrum Island

Lokrum is Dubrovnik’s closest island. It takes less than 15 minutes to get to by boat. Head onto the pier and look for the Lokrum Ferry. An employee will be waiting in front of the boat selling tickets which cost 40HRK ($6.40 USD).

The ferry will drop you off at Lokrum’s port. Walk straight up the path onto the island and you’ll run into to the Lokrum Visitors Center. 


Lokrum Visitor’s Center

Lokrum Visitor’s Center currently has a special Game of Thrones exhibit. You can watch interviews with the cast and producers about how they logistically film in Dubrovnik. Most people weren’t watching the videos, but I highly recommend sitting in on 1 or 2. They were fascinating.

The Visitor’s Center is also home to the infamous Iron Throne, which you’re free to sit on.

Game of Thrones Iron Throne in Dubrovnik

From the Visitor’s Center make your way to the Benedictine Monastery (1-2 minute walk). The gardens were difficult for me to find. It looks like you’re entering a cafe, but walk through the entryway and you’ll find yourself in Qarth.

Benedictine Monastery

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Walking Tour

Lokrum Island has been used to film exterior scenes in the city of Qarth. You’ll most likely remember the garden party scene in season 2 episode 5, where Daenerys attends the party and meets the warlocks.

Dubrovnik's Lokrum Island aka Qarth in Game of Thrones
Qarth Garden Party: Lokrum Island Dubrovnik

If you choose to spend some time on Lokrum Island before making your way back to the mainland, check out this article for a list of things to do (Things to Do in Dubrovnik That Aren’t Old Town). If not, head back to the ferry and get on the next boat for Dubrovnik

PART III: The City Walls

The last stop on the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones tour is the city walls! If you’re getting off the boat from Lokrum, the easiest entrance to the city walls is near the Ploce Gate entrance on St. Dominic Street. Otherwise you can go to any of the 3 entrances/exits: near Pile Gate, St. John’s Fortress (next to the Maritime Museum), or Ploce Gate.

Related Post: Walking Dubrovnik’s City Walls: Visitor Information, Tips 360 photos. 

View of King’s Landing 

If entering from the Ploce Gate entrance, walk counter clockwise and head up the wall toward the west side and Minceta Tower. The entire North side of the wall gives you an amazing view of Dubrovnik (minus the CGI) which is used for many establishing shots of King’s Landing.

Dubrovnik aka Kings Landing: Filming Locations

Minecta Tower

Minceta Tower is located on the far Northwest corner of the walls. You can’t miss it. 

Minceta Tower was used as the exterior location for the House of the Undying. Daenerys travels here in season 2 episode 10 after her dragons are stolen. She circles the tower looking for an entrance as Jorah follows behind.

Minceta Tower aka House of the Undying: Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour

Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik: Minceta Tower aka House of the Undying

Practice Field

Heading counter-clockwse from Minceta Tower, you’ll start approaching the practice field, directly off the right hand side of the wall. 

The practice field is where Cersei visits The Mountain and she chooses him as her champion in Tyrion’s trial during season 4 episode 7.

Game of Thrones Dubrovnik Filming Locations

In season 5 episode 4, the practice field is also where Loras is arrested by the Faith Militant.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Walking Tour: Filming Locations
Dubrovnik Practice Yard: Game of Thrones

Bokar Fortress

Continuing to walk counter-clockwise, Bokar Fortress is only a 2-3 minute walk from the practice field. It sits directly in front of Fort Lovrijenac. 

Several scenes were filmed on Bokar Fortress from the city walls. In season 2 episode 8, Tyrion and Lord Varys walk around on top of the fortress while discussing war. You can see Fort Lovrijenac in the background of some shots, and the seaside wall in others.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Self Guided Walking Tour
Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik

In season 7 episode 1, Cersei and Jaime stand on Bokar Fortress and watch the Iron Fleet arrive.

Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Filming Locations
Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Walking Tour

Need Even More Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Immersion?

If you finish the Dubrovnik Walking Tour and find yourself wanting more, check out these other filming locations which are a little less easily accessible.

 Trsteno Arboretum

25 minutes away by car is Tresteno Arboretum, a popular go-to location for the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones unit. The arboretum doubles as the Red Keep’s gardens so many scenes have been shot here. You can also see the bridge used in season 4 episode 3, when Ser Dontos helps Sansa get into a boat and escape King’s Landing.

From the gardens, head down to the beach and see where Bronn teaches Jaimie to fight with his left hand in season 4 episode 4.

How to get to Tresteno Arboretum: From the Main Bus Station in Dubrovnik, catch the local bus (12 or 15) to Tresteno. The journey lasts about 30 minutes. Check the timetable in advance as there are only about 8 buses per day.

Admission to Tresteno Garden: 45HRK ($7 USD)

Hotel Belvedere

Hotel Belvedere is an abandoned luxury hotel that was destroyed by the war in 1991. The hotel has since been re-purchased is currently undergoing a remodel but I have seen reports of people getting inside. Do so at your own risk.

Hotel Belvedere was the location for the battle between Oberyn and The Mountain in season 4 episode 8.

Villa Sheherezade

Walk along the shoreline from Ploce Gate and you’ll find yourself at Villa Sheherezade in about 10 minutes.

The villa is an exclusive luxury rental so you won’t be allowed on the property, but you can rent it for about 7,000 euro per night. Not bad, right?

The exterior shots of Illryo’s mansion in Pentos were filmed here.

Address of Villa Sheherezade: Ul. Vlaha Bukovca 2, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Gradac Park

From Fort Lovrijenac, Gradac park is about a 5-10 minute walk. Head West on Ul. od Tabakarije and then make a sharp left onto Ul. don Frana Bulica

This was used at the location for King Joffrey’s wedding reception aka The Purple Wedding in season 4 episode 2.

And that’s it! Once you finish the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones tour check out these other things to do in Dubrovnik:


Did you complete the Dubrovnik Game of Thrones DIY Walking Tour? Let me know!

52 thoughts on “The Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Self-Guided Walking Tour”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this! We followed your entire post and saved so much money by avoiding the expensive guided tours. It was great having the comparison shots and the detailed descriptions. Amazing!!!

  2. Fantastic info thank you so much!! Just back in my room for a brief siesta, a cold beer and a planning session for the evening and stumbeled onto your blog. Have seen some of these sites already but your walk gives such great direction and the photos are so helpful i’ll retrace my steps tonight! Loving every bit of Croatia and enjoying the view from my room of Fort Lovrjenac!

    • Hey Melody! Thank you so much for your comment and for making me jealous of your view, itinerary and beer haha. Have so much fun in Croatia!!

  3. So much work and imagination to put all of that together. I was truly mind boggled with the cleverness of it all. You should forward to Rick Steves and show him how it’s done. Fantastic.

  4. Hi! This is so helpful! Thank you very much for posting in a such detailed manner.
    We are great fans of GOT and we are going to exactly follow your recommendations!

  5. Omg this is an amazing tour. You have done an amazing job with your directions and descriptions of the scenes. The photos also bring the memories back from each episode too.
    One question
    We will be arriving on a cruise ship at 8am and leaving at 5pm. Do you think this is doable? Also catching the ferry over to lokrum island too.
    I feel it is, even though it looks very extensive I feel it could be done with in our time frame.
    What are your thoughts Please?
    Thank you again

    • Hi Dianne!
      I do think it’s doable but it’ll be a pretty busy day so make sure to have all everything planned out, including food stops. The city is small but the locations are spread out so you’ll be covering a lot of ground.

      I was surprised at how much time walking the city walls took. When you’re on the walls, keep track of where the exits are. I think there are only 3 entrance/exit points total.. so to save time, it might be better for you to walk backward and exit near Pile Gate, rather than walking the remainder of the perimeter (after visiting the last location on the walls).

      Let me know if you have any other questions and good luck!!


  6. I’m going to be taking a cruise in July that will stop in Dubrovnik. Docking at 1:00 and leaving at 7:00. I know I won’t be able to get to all of these spots. Big cruise ship that will probably dock at the new port north of the old city. I can do one of the cruise excursions that is a GOT tour but I’d rather follow yours. Do you think I can get to and from the port and see Fort Lovrijenec and the walls?

    • Hi Lisa!
      Yes definitely. There is a bus station at the port which will drop you off right in front of the Old City and Fort Lovrijenac. The journey is only 5 minutes. Fort Lovrijenac is right outside of the Old City walls, so you can access both very easily.


  7. Hi Lindsey
    I really want to thank you for the wonderful job you’ve done putting together this tour!
    My husband and I’ve been to dubrovnik on a cruise one day trip and being big GoT fans tried to find a self guided tour based on the series. Well yours was definitely the best choice!
    We’ve followed through all part one and two and have been amazed by every part of it!
    Thousand times thank you!
    I’ve also linked your great job to my review on trip advisor hoping it will be helpful to other Italian people getting there!

    • Hi Ilaria!
      Thank you so much for taking the time to come back and comment! I’m so glad you found the tour helpful and I really appreciate you spreading the word on Trip Advisor!

      Hope you loved Dubrovnik 🙂

  8. We are currently visiting Dubrovnik for 2 days from Normandy (France) and we loved your self guided tour !!
    The rector palace was closed for rebuilding but we found most of the stops. Thank you very much !

    • Hi Dalneah! Thank you so much for coming back and letting me know, I’m so happy you loved the tour.

      Also thanks for the update on Rector’s Palace, I will include a note in the post for others.

      Happy travels!

  9. Dear Lindsey,
    Thank you for this amazing tour guide! I spent so much time preparing for our visit to Dubrovnik, and you managed to compile the most important information here with a great choice of pictures. Wonderfully done!
    Million thanks!!!

  10. Wow thank you so much for posting this article. My husband and I will be going to Croatia on a small cruise in Sept and this will help us so much. You really have done such an amazing job putting this information together. I do have one question you may know, how long is the Croatia/Dubrovnik pass valid for ? We will have to break up the tour by doing one part at the beginning of the cruise the last bit at the end, and was wondering if the pass will still be valid.

    • Hi Vicki!
      First of all, thank you so much for your kind words! Unfortunately, the Dubrovnik Card lasts for only 24 hours from the first time it’s scanned. They have a 3 day and 7 day card as well but monetarily, that might not make sense. Another suggestion would be to try and do the walls + Fort Lovrijenac on one day (using the Dubrovnik card), and then for the 2nd day you could do Lokrum and Old Town (buying tickets to Rector’s Palace a la carte).

      Hope this help!

    • Hi Sophie, thank you SO much for letting me know. I had no idea there was an issue. I’m working on getting it fixed asap and I’ll let you know when the images are back up!

      • I am so glad to find this site. I am heading there tomorrow. Hopefully I can see all that I need to in 1 day. Your photo comparisons are awesome and I’m hoping to do some of my own, perhaps even with more recent scenes from the show.
        Thanks for this

  11. Hi Lindsey,

    Thank-you so much for your wonderful blog. It is exactly what I was looking for! I am visiting in a couple of weeks and will definitely be using this. I am going with a 16 year old and a 5 year old. I was thinking of doing part 1 and part 3 on the same day to ensure that I don’t let the 1 day card run out and then have a more relaxed day on the second day and visit Lokrum. Do you think this would work? Do you think that I am being a bit ambitious with a 5 year old in tow! Thanks for your help!

    • Hi Liz!
      It’s definitely possible to do part 1 and 3 in the same day. That’s how I did it when I was putting together the tour! I don’t have kids so I’m not sure what it’s like to travel with a 5 year old but I imagine it might be a lot of ground to cover with a little one. I remember it taking a lot longer walk the perimeter of the walls than I had imagined, so a short attention span might get a little tired after awhile. With that said, you can always download the Google map with the points of interest and cut out certain stops if it gets to be too much. Hope this helps! Good luck!


  12. This was such a great guide, we went to Dubrovnik earlier last month and we intended to do a select few of the shots, thanks to you it was so easy to identify where they were!

  13. This was awesome…i could find everything… except for the Lokrum part as the island is closed in the winters… however i found a game of thrones merchandise shop where they had the iron throne and a big sword….u have to buy a souvenir to sit on the throne and take photos ….special for the Google map pins

  14. Thank you so much for all of this information!!! I’m planning my trip and was a little anxious about getting on those guided tours with a lot of people and not getting the complete information with it. But you, your photos and details saved me!! Thank you so much!

  15. Great post, definitely going to do this as opposed to a paid tour. How long would you reccomend it takes to do the full thing?

    I feel like I could get it done in one day (getting a bus in from Split early morning). Do you have any reccomendations for food as we go round please? And for anything else to do in Dubrovnik whilst we are there?

    Thank you very much,

    • Hi Ciaran,
      There’s a cool restaurant called Panorama Restaurant that you can take the cable car to. The views are incredible and the food was good. As far as the tour goes, we split it up into a few days but if you want to do the whole thing, including Lokrum island, it will be a full day. Here’s a link to a handful of posts I did about Dubrovnik, with more recommendations for what to do. Have fun!

  16. Hi
    Just back from Dubrovnik. Great time and your guide very helpful. Update cable car rides suspended indefinitely as result of breaches of safety operating procedures by the operator.

  17. I just love you so much right now lol ;P

    I was just searching for the perfect GOT tour on Viator, Get your Guide, etc and I found this pearl. Loved not only the step by step from every scene, but also the suggestion of getting the Dubrovnik Card.
    Thank you so much, I am totally doing it by myself now (I’m traveling in Sep with my husband)

  18. Hi
    We are coming in May and want to do the GOT tour but we will only have the morning. We are keen to see the throne and sit in it
    Can you please advise which tour we should take?
    Thank you

    • I would recommend either Fort Lovrijenac and/or the sites within the Old Town Walls (purple and teal on my tour) to see the most in a short period of time.

      The throne is on Lokrum Island so it does take up time getting there and back. There is a replica throne at the Dubrovnik City Shop souvenir store. I believe it’s plastic but if you look up pictures, you can’t really tell so it could possibly suffice.

      Have fun!

  19. Hi. Thank you so much for posting the information about seeing the places where Game of Thrones were filmed. We are so excited. We are coming in on a cruise for a day. Do you have suggestions on how to get to the port to where we can start your walking tour? What is the best way? Taxi? Do you know how far it is from the port? I read somewhere you had to pay to get into the “inner city walls” is that true and will we need to do that? Thank you so much! We are going in September and trying to plan ahead. Hoping we can do this on our own and not have to pay for the expensive tour that the cruise ship offers. Thank you!! Any suggestions you may have would be wonderful!

    • Hi Nicolette,
      The port is 3km (1.8 miles) away. I stayed outside of Old Town and the bus that took me to there always made a stop in front of the cruise ships, so check info on the local bus lines. I believe it was line 1. Taxis and Uber are also available in Dubrovnik. Yes, it costs money to walk the walls. I have info within this post about it but I would double check recent prices as they might’ve been raised. I believe it is 200kn per person in 2021. Have fun!


  20. Hi. I just sent a comment. Was also wondering if there was a way to contact some of the people that have done your walking tour to see if they had recommendations. Thanks

  21. We completed your self guided tour. Want to say thank you for taking the time to put together such great map. Highly recommend to any GOT Fan.


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