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Old Portin Dubrovnik, Croatia

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The Old Port in Dubrovnik, is known as the Royal Harbor among those who watch the Games of Thrones. It's long been a key place in the city.
Old Port, Dubrovnik
Indeed, the Old Port is the oldest place in Dubrovnik. Previously, it was a commercial port with the main defense fortification of the city, and today it is a harbor for yachts and a popular tourist destination.

This place became a cult among the fans of the series of the Game of Thrones. According to the plot, it is called the Royal Harbor and serves as a strategic point as the fortification of the Old Port did.

The Royal Harbor hosted the key battles of the Lannister Army and other major scenes.

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Location: Old Port, Dubrovnik

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#8Gastro Tour, Hedonist's #1 ChoiceGastro Tour, Hedonist's #1 Choice

Imagine having history of Dubrovnik brought to you on a plate, in some of the city’s finest restaurants. It is a perfect opportunity to dive into the renowned Dalmatian cuisine.

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Photo credit © Vicki Scheck