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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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The most popular beach in the city, and one of the most beautiful by the way, offers great views of the bay, the Old Town with its famous Walls and the island of Lokrum.

#5Lokrum Island in DubrovnikLokrum Island

The small island located 700 meters away from Dubrovnik is a perfect place for a quiet weekend. You will enjoy its beautiful nature and stunning views around.

#3Stradun (Placa) street in DubrovnikStradun (Placa) street

The most famous and popular street in Dubrovnik connects two main entrances to the Old Town - Pile Gate and Ploče Gate.

#6The Dead Sea in DubrovnikThe Dead Sea

A small lake on the Island of Lokrum has its gloomy name because of the salt water - in fact it is a picturesque place with clean seawater.

#4Srđ mountain in DubrovnikSrđ mountain

413 meters high mountain offers bird's-eye views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic coast. There are two viewpoints, Civil War Museum, a restaurant and an amphitheater here.

#22The Botanical Garden in DubrovnikThe Botanical Garden

The Botanical Grden on the Lokrum island with fabulous peacocks living here turned into oasis in a desert for "Game of Thrones" filming.

#29Cave Bar More in DubrovnikCave Bar More

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#12Panorama Restaurant in DubrovnikPanorama Restaurant

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Here, in the "Red Keep", one of the most important events of the Games of Thrones took place in the second season - the Battle of the Blackwater.

#13Fort Royal in DubrovnikFort Royal

The fortress on the top of a high hill on Lokrum Island was built by the French occupiers in 1808. You can enjoy great views from here!

#10Nude Beach on Lokrum Island in DubrovnikNude Beach on Lokrum Island

A secluded rocky beach, where you can sunbathe on the slanting rocks, which are equipped with stair descent to the sea.

#1Dubrovnik Cable Car in DubrovnikDubrovnik Cable Car

The only cable car on the Adriatic coast runs between the Old Town and the peak of the Mount Srdj which is at the height of 405 meters above sea.

Photo credit © Vicki Scheck