Violence, gore and nudity are well known ingredients of The Game of Thrones that the show runners often treat as useful plot devices just as much as suspense, intrigue and fantasy. In fact, the excessive use of female (and to lesser extent… Continue reading
It is finally official – Dubrovnik will be featured as one of the locations for the new Star Wars movie! Hrvoje Hribar, the director of HAVC (Croatian Audiovisual Center) has confirmed that a three-week-long speculation was true in his recent interview for the… Continue reading
Dubrovnik is a place where the former visitors often wish to return and the Game of Thrones proved to be a trigger for Peter and Beth who came back after 50(!) years from their first visit.
The inclusion of Dubrovnik to Game of… Continue reading
It often happens that the groups I’m touring with are combined of different people. Some of them are die hard Game of Thrones fans that also read the books, others just enjoy the show, while some of them just like “the little guy and the… Continue reading
I have always held that the “word of mouth” is the best form of advertising. This notion has been confirmed once again last Friday when another satisfied Game of Thrones fan recommended our tour to his friend that visited Dubrovnik as a part of… Continue reading
Another Game of Thrones fan that toured with me a year ago got in touch and sent me a couple of images from the tour that happened in June 2014. This was probably the slowest tour that I’ve ever done as both me and Neil… Continue reading
In the last three years I met and toured with countless ‘Game of Thrones’ fans that came to Dubrovnik from different parts of the world. I have a lot of great memories of these tours and am really happy when these fans get… Continue reading
…or should I say King’s Landing?
Dubrovnik is the southernmost town of Croatia, located at the tip of the sunny Dalmatian coast by the border with Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina. The magnetic appeal of the perfectly preserved medieval fortifications is often quoted as… Continue reading