Asta Skujytė-Razmienė and her husband are HUGE Game Of Thrones fans and so they decided to do something so totally cool. The couple traveled to Croatia to see the Game Of Thrones filming locations in real-life, and along the way they took some great pictures of their epic adventure.
Asta writes on Bored Panda, “If you are a fan of something, sometimes you have to turn on the ‘hardcore mode’ – just like my husband and I. This summer in Croatia, we traced the filming locations of popular TV series ‘Game of Thrones’”.
The adventure was filled with its ups and downs, some of the locations were easy to find while others were a little bit more difficult. Dubrovnik was one of the easiest to locate and is “just like one huge filming set.” Other locations such as streets in Split were a real journey to find, either found after endless searching or stumbled upon by sheer accident.
Asta said, “I want to share the result of our ‘scene hunt’ hoping that it will inspire others to do this same!”
King’s Landing, Red Keep, Fort Lovrijenac (Dubrovnik)
Outside the Walls of Dubrovnik Old Town
Where the Baroque Staircase (Dubrovnik) becomes the stairs to the Great Sept of Baelor (King’s Landing)
No Sign Of Dragons Here!
Inside Dubrovnik’s Old Town
Outside the walls of Dubrovnik Old Town
Fortress of Kliss—City of Meereen
Baroque Staircase (Dubrovnik) and the famous “shaming” scene
Another shot from area of famous shaming scene
The Gardens of Red Keep in Trsteno Arboretum (Trsteno)
Minčeta Tower (Dubrovnik’s Wall)—House of the Undying
Fortress Of Kliss, City of Meereen
The Basement of Diocletian’s Palace
Papalićeva Street in Split, one of streets seen in slave rebellion scene
The Basement of Diocletian’s Palace in Split