Travellers can walk the marble streets of Dubrovnik, a Croatian city set on the Adriatic seashore, and visit spots known from the Game of Thrones. The tour includes sailing around the walls in a boat used on the TV show. There will be also a chance to learn about the history and culture of the city from a private guide and a time to discover Dubrovnik independently during leisure time.
Located within a leisurely stroll from the Old Town and historical sites such as Minceta Tower and Onofrio’s Fountain, Villa Dard offers air-conditioned rooms that come complete with TVs, en suite facilities and Wi-Fi provided throughout the property.
Day One - Game of Thrones Tour with Karaka Cruise and Dubrovnik Walking Tour
- Combination of boat and walking tour exploring the Game of Thrones walking sites in Dubrovnik
- Sail around the walled city of Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Sea in a boat used on the TV show
- Walk around Stari Grad visiting spots where famed scenes took place on Game of Thrones
- Learn about the history of the city and get some insider tips about the show from the local guide
Day Two - Dubrovnik - Privately Guided City Tour
- Explore the famous landmarks and finest sites of this walled city
- Visit the Dominican Monastery and admire its collection of medieval paintings as well as the Cathedral and Treasury
- Walk through the narrow streets of the Old Town and learn about the history and culture of the city
- Listen to stories of the past from a private guide
- Leisure day in Dubrovnik
- Private transfer to the airport
Groupon’s Guide To Dubrovnik
Set on the Adriatic seashore, this Croatian city provides tourists with the opportunity to admire Byzantine towers, glistening marinas of the historical port and the remaining fortified city walls that still guard the city’s marble streets. Day trips will whisk sightseers on a whirlwind tour of the stoned island cluster, with barbecue nibbles and seafood delights.
Ramblers may stroll the full circuit of the City Walls boasting ornate gates and watchful towers that have seen centuries of Croatian history. Travellers may take a glimpse of the vessels at the marina, where a selection of restaurants allures with fresh squid, mussels, and colourful seafood risottos. Dining options are enriched by traditional bars where guests may have a taste of the local grappa. Royal relics and Renaissance art may be discovered at The Rector’s Palace, while Orlando’s column and the Clock Tower compete for skyline dominance in Luza Square. Dubrovnik has a Mediterranean climate with serene winters and hot summers. In spring and autumn, temperatures will go up to 20°C with about seven hours of sunshine a day, while summers are dry and the temperatures may go over 30°C.