Duration: 10 h
Availability: Whole year
Min Age: +3
Max People: 15
Suitable for families, young and seniors
TRANSFERS: possible to organise individual transfers with Travel Croatia to the meeting point and back
Departure Details: to be confirmed upon the reservation
Return Details: returns to original departure point after 10h
What To Expect
The tour visits 3 different filming locations in and around Split, Croatia. Meet your guide at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Diocletian’s Palace. Start this exciting 5-hour Game of Thrones-themed tour by heading to the mountainside fortress of Klis. During the ride, learn gossips from HBO show, as well as the history of the places you’ll visit.
Once there, explore the fortress, which acts as the city of Meereen in Season 4. Your guide will take you on a walking tour of the fortress, during which he’ll tell you about the Game of Thrones scenes that were filmed here as well as some of the local Croatian history. Finally, you’ll visit a 600-year-old stone water mill on the Žrnovnica River that still mills flour to this day. This water mill and the Žrnovnica River that runs along side of it were the setting of several scenes from Game of Thrones as well. After Klis and Žrnovnica, head to Stella Croatica Mediterranean garden and ecological olive grove up to the ethno village where the past and the present create the most beautiful scenery for incredible experience of tasting all the best Dalmatian land has to offer… Stella Croatica has prepared many tours for you, such as ”Taste Liquid Gold” and ”Forgotten Recipes of Zagora”. After lunch continue to Diocletian’s Palace. The palace, built in the early 4th century for Diocletian’s retirement, was the setting for several scenes in the city of Meereen.
Follow in the footsteps of Daenerys as you explore this 1,700-year-old palace, visiting the throne room and other featured locations. See the cellars where the slaves worked with the Unsullied Army and Grey Worm to crush their leaders. Today the palace is a living monument, as residences and shops began moving into the then-ruined palace around the 7th century.
Finish your Travel Croatia 2 in 1 tour by learning about the history of Split and the surrounding area.