Deciding where to travel for your Game of Thrones adventure is a combination of selecting your favourite scene and matching it with your desired real-world experience. For example, are your fave episodes the ones featuring King’s Landing and are you keen to go on a Europe trip? If so, then Dubrovnik is for you. Maybe you were captivated by the White Walkers or scenes from Beyond the Wall? Then better book your next trip to Iceland. How about the enchantment of Prince Doran’s water gardens? Well you’re in for a treat because that's on the list too. There’s no shortage of truly spectacular GoT related destinations. For this list we’ve selected a wide range that will appeal to everyone. Are you ready? (Warning: some mild spoilers ahead – though if you haven't finished the series yet what are you waiting for!?)
Game of Thrones is a worldwide cultural phenomenon. The best-selling novels by George R. R. Martin have spawned an incredible following and award-winning television adaption by HBO. Bringing the characters, locations, and stories to life was a massive undertaking. Fortunately, the screenwriters and production team were up to the task. They scoured the globe looking for the best places to incorporate into their visual storytelling. In this travel guide, we explore some of these real-world localities. Often surprising, these accessible destinations would rank high on anyone’s travel list. Come along as we explore the most incredible Game of Thrones film locations to visit in 2019.
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From the Pile Gate into the ancient city, the Arch of the Renaissance style. After entering the ancient city, you can see the circular Big Oufuno fountain.
The entire old town is baroque and Gothic, with a medieval atmosphere. The
right fans must fight the ancient city of Kadbrovnik. The stone pillars of Orlando are carved by the most famous knight Roland in the Middle Ages. It is said that he helped the Dubrovnik people fight the enemy.
The Spanish-style step leading to the Jesuit Church is the location of the Queen of the Empress Walk of Shame.
In the old town, it is inevitable to go up and down the stairs, so it is recommended not to live in the ancient city, it is especially inconvenient to find a room with a suitcase.
#dubrovnik is a city in southern #croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. It's known for great view of the distinctive #oldtown by walking along massive stone walls completed in the 16th century the enclosure the town and was famous due to #gameofthrone TV drama
The place where I have been to and remembered to go again, first of all, Dubrovnik. Fans of "Game of Thrones" must be familiar with this place. This Croatian port city is located on the Adriatic Sea and in the Middle Ages was the capital of the Republic of Ragusa. Now walking around the city can see the monuments left in various historical periods. Of course, it is a tourist in the year~
taking the cable car up the mountain and looking at the blue Adriatic Sea. Walked a section of the old city wall of Dubrovnik, more than three kilometers in length. Some of them were later rebuilt. The most interesting thing about this ancient city is that it is said that every family has hidden five flags! Not two sides but five! surface!
The game of power is broadcast in the eighth season. Dream back to the city
Dubrovnik, the ancient name "Ragusa". Port city in southeastern Croatia, the largest tourist center and health resort. Located on the limestone peninsula of the southern Dalmatian coast with a beautiful and pleasant climate. Relying on the mountains and the sea, the forest is lush, and it is an ancient city with a medieval style. According to the results of the 2001 census, the city has 43
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two-kilometer wall for three hours, I am right in the wall control.
It feels more common to walk in the city, but finding a commanding height, such as a wall, a seaside fortress or a mountaintop, is completely another scene. The beauty of Junlin City needs to be seen from a height.
When you come to the Old City of Dubrovnik, you must go to the city wall. The wall of Dubrovnik is the most perfect wall defense system in medieval Europe. It has never been attacked by the enemy.
The entrance to the city wall is about 150RMB. There are three sections in the city wall walk. Each section must be inspected once. It takes about 3 hours to complete the journey.
A person walks on the wall, quietly can only hear the sound of the sea. The red house and the Adriatic Sea are incomparably romantic. Tickets for
city walls can also go to Fort Lovrjenac, but you can't enter at 4pm, if you are going to go early.
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City Information: About Croatia, is listening to many friends say want to go, so I added Dub in the trip to Eastern Europe The city of Rovnik. The city is small in size and is on foot.
shooting angle: aerial angle, if there is a drone, it is definitely awesome, aerial photography of the old town and the sea, very beautiful.
The top angle, take the cable car to the top of the mountain to shoot the entire old city, cost about 150 Kuna, and the RMB exchange rate is similar. Because I have drones, I didn't go up.
City wall angle, you can go to the city wall to see the city and the sea scenery, the city wall tickets 200 Kuna, the old city does not need tickets. Prices will be adjusted according to the season, for reference only.
Traffic: Croatia needs Schengen many times. I took the bus from Bosnia and Herzegovina and left Kotor in Montenegro. If you are driving, you only need to take your passport and stamp it. If you are strict, you will check the trunk. Because of the large number of people on the bus, they need to line up to seal the bags. Generally, they will not check the baggage. Occasionally, they will check the individual according to their nationality. The Chinese will not be investigated in Eastern Europe. Dubrovnik's area is small, the road is 2 kilometers long, you can take a taxi, but the taxi starts at 50 local currency, you can walk and walk. The exchange rate in Croatia is the same as in China, so it is better to calculate in RMB. In Eastern European countries, there is a bus, and the suitcase needs to be paid separately for 1-2 euros.
Accommodation: If you can live in an apartment in order to save money in Europe, the apartment is large in size and you can buy food and cook for yourself. I live in the apartment and cook for myself, so I save money. .
Important, don't live in the old city, the kind of stairs will make you regret, just stay outside the old city, or you will definitely regret when you move your suitcase to climb the stairs.
Price: Croatia's prices are expensive in Eastern European countries, about 2-3 times more expensive than Chinese prices.
Others: Dubrovnik's humanities are very good and the quality of the people is very high. The driver drove very quickly and took a look at the road.
I remember that the most important thing to go to the four countries of Central and Eastern Europe was the checkered flag country - Croatia, and the focus of the country to go is the last stop, right! It is Dubrovnik Dubrovnik!
On the way, I remembered the name of a city that was a bit long, and I didnt expect the amazingness of this ancient city to be a little bit!
Dubrovnik is the largest tourist center and health resort in Croatia. It is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea because of its mountains and seas, beautiful scenery and mild climate.
From ancient times to the present, Dubrovnik has experienced numerous battles between emperors and powers, but she is beautiful, and it is no wonder that she has recently become the "game of power".
The famous writer Bernard Shaw commented on this: "Those who are looking for paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik!" I dont even say it, "Paradise on earth" This is the reason I want to stay and live.