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Game Of Thrones Fans Won’t Want to Miss This Tour!
Have you heard of that little old TV show called Game of Thrones that was filmed in Croatia? It’s just a wee bit popular….
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, and you are planning a vacation to Croatia then you’ll want to get your Unsullied Army ready to march along this Game of Thrones tour. Seasons one through to four of the fantasy drama were shot in Dubrovnik, but now you can be guided by a local on a tour of the filming locations of the current season of Game of Thrones airing on HBO right now which were filmed in Split, on the Dalmatian coast.
What Will You See on The Game Of Thrones Tour?
Metal shields ready, helmets on, be prepared to be enchanted and take a Game of Thrones tour.
Walk the same path that Daenarys did, in a fully guided tour of the 1,700-year-old palace of the emporer Diocletian. You’ll be shown Daenarys’ throne room and the narrow corridors of the city of Meereen that Daenarys conquers, freeing the slaves and killing the slavemasters.
Wander along the cellars of Diocletian’s Palace, where they shot the scene where the slaves conspired with Grey Worm and the Unsullied Army to overthrow the slavemasters.
Stomp up to the fortress and pretend you just conquered it, much like Daenarys and her Unsullied Army did. Just be sure to listen out to the guide as he points out facts about the torrid history of Klis Fortress in addition to the background of the Game of Thrones filming. Klis fortress represents the city of Meereen that she conquers, frees the slaves and kills the slavemasters seen in already aired episodes.
Klis Fortress, near the Croatian city of Split, is where the show filmed Daenerys plotting her return to power.
You’ll visit the 600-year-old water mill on Zrnovica River, that was used as a filming location. The mill is still in working order, milling flour & corn today using an original stone mill.