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How to Visit all Game of Thrones Locations in Croatia for Under $100

Dubrovnik one of the filming locations for Game of Thrones (Credit: HBO)

A large number of fans of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones have flocked to Croatia since parts of the Dalmatian coast were used as filming locations.

Since 2012 various locations on the Croatian coast have been used to film Game of Thrones. Fans visiting Croatia are always keen to walk the streets of Qarth when in Trogir or stroll across King’s Landing in Dubrovnik.

In fact, a recent study revealed over 244,000 tourists have visited Dubrovnik solely because of Game of Thrones. Apart from Trogir and Dubrovnik, there are a number of other filming locations in Croatia.

For the serious Game of Thrones fan out there who wants to check them all out, bus and train travel search site Wanderu has published a report outlining how people can visit all filming locations in Croatia for just $90 (or approx. 575kn).

The itinerary, which starts in Zagreb, includes the following destinations which were filming locations:

1. Šibenik & Krka National Park

Krka National Park (photo credit: Krka National Park/Facebook)

– House of Black & White
– Countryside and back drop scenes (waterfalls)

(Bus from Zagreb to Šibenik go at an average price of $23.37)

2. Trogir

Trogir (photo credit: Alex Proimos under CC)

– City of Qarth

City of Qarth (Credit: HBO)

(Bus trip from Šibenik to Trogir for about $4.45)

3. Split (Klis)

Split

– The City of Meereen
– The Slave Rebellion

Klis Fortress (Credits: HBO; Asta Skujytė-Razmienė)

(Bus from Trogir to Split for an average price of $1.11)

4. Makarska

Makarska (Photo credit: Ivo Biocina / Source: CNTB)

– Journey to Meereen

Journey to Meereen (Credit: HBO)

(Bus from Split to Makarska for an average price of just $6.68)

5. Trsteno

Trsteno (Credit: Asta Skujytė-Razmienė)

– The Gardens of Red Keep

(Credit: HBO)

(Bus from Makarska to Trsteno for around $10)

6. Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

– King’s Landing
– The Gardens of Red Keep
– Stairs to the Great Sept of Baelor
– House of the undying

(Credit: HBO)

(Bus from Trsteno to Dubrovnik for $2.23)

Check out how to book your trip and more on Wanderu HERE.

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