Game of Thrones in Croatia: The Real-Life Locations Behind the Scenes
With Game of Thrones highlighting all-new locations in Croatia this April, the only thing better than seeing the dreamy castles and coastal sunsets filmed for Season 5 on the silver screen is experiencing them live.
The new Game of Thrones in Croatia tour reveals new sites filmed for 2015, along with the series’ most intriguing destinations of seasons past, including the Fortress of Klis – the same castle that that Daenarys Targaryen walked through before chaining her dragons – and the Zrnovica River, site of a still-operational, 700-year-old water mill frequented by Daenarys’ army of Unsullied and slave girl, Missandei.
Your guide, a native of Split and passionate Game of Thrones enthusiast, will give you the real history behind each location as he explains its significance on the show, revealing ancient battles as intriguing as those fought by the Five Kings and natural wonders you might not believe exist in real-life if you weren’t there to experience them.
The seven-day Game of Thrones in Croatia tour starts at $1,495 per person and includes all Game of Thrones-themed tours with local English speaking guides, private transfers with a knowledgeable English-speaking chauffeur, breakfast daily and luxury accommodations.
Dying to see more of the Adriatic? You can also customize your experience by adding private guided tours to the neighboring countries of Slovenia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Albania, or additional cities in Croatia, from the historic village of Zadar to the cosmopolitan capital of Zagreb.
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