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All reviews olive press game of thrones lemon cake the main bus station nice fountain enjoy nature small port worth a visit kings landing filming locations overlooking the sea entrance fee walk around few hours stunning views old town plane trees
Famed for the young King's bride in GOT TV show walk with her aunt, talking about the plot to kill the king, it is a small garden so no great shakes, but an awesome viewpoint out to the coast islands from the sitting viewpoint. Note...More
Trsteno the oldest arboretum in that part of the world over 500 years old. 300 species of exotic and decorative trees and shrubs that date back to the Renaissance. Very hard walking to and from where you park.
Stopped here on the way to Ston. It's a peaceful and quiet walk throughout the arboretum. All the trees are labeled which makes it interesting the learn about. It's worth walking down to the harbor. For any GOT fan, this is a filming site for...More
Of particular interest for its variety of trees and, in particular the enormous plane tree on the main road by the entrance to the place. This tree was a finalist in the European tree of the year contest. The gardens themselves are not especially interesting....More
Gardens were very quiet and peaceful. Pleasant to walk round with some stunning views. Some amazing trees, all labelled. Worth a walk down to the picturesque harbour. Pity there were no refreshments in October. Got a taxi from Dubrovnik but got a bus back.
Lovely place to walk around for an hour or two, with some good coastal views and a nice fountain centrepiece. Plus of course a GoT filming location. It’s worth making the effort to come here, particularly if you have your own car.
We visited as part of a game of thrones tour and it was spectacular to see where they filmed some of the beautiful garden scenes. Aside from this though, the garden is beautiful and would definitely recommend a visit.
If the heat of the Adriatic and the bustle of Dubrovnik get too much for you, then head here! Get a bus 12 or 15 from Gruz main bus station, they are cheap, clean and reasonably frequent.
Look for the brown tourist signs, or ask...More
Spent a lovely 2-3 hours wandering around the gardens . The place is well laid out and the entrance fee also includes a map so it is very easy to find your way around . I am not really a gardener but I did enjoy...More
Visited here as part of a Game of Thrones tour (the gardens are used for various scenes set in Kings Landing, for fellow fans). Our guide shared the history of this beautiful place and there were many a welcome shady spot to enjoy as it...More
We've just visited Dubrovnik in mid April. Once again Jinx & Jinxy was great experience and they now have A/C. Dubrovnik is a diamond Tip: visit the Trsteno arboretum
April 27, 2008|
Trsteno Arboretum (2 Replies)
I have just seen pictures of Trsteno Arboretum in a magazine and would love to visit it while we are in Cavtat. (We fly out tomorrow 14 July) Is there public transport that will get us there, or do any of the local excursions do a visit there? Thanks in advance for any answers. Julie :)
July 13, 2012|
Response fromJulie D|
Thank you apt 22 - that was really helpful and is much appreciated :-)
Trsteno Arboretum (7 Replies)
Does anyone know if you have to pay to get into the Trsteno Arboretum? I am trying to plan a "Game of Thrones day" when in Dubrovnik and am looking at booking a Viator Tour. I wondered whether to upgrade my tour to include the arboretum (for double the price which seems a bit excessive to me) or just visit the arboretum on our own and walk round leisurely? If tickets aren't extortionate I feel this might be the better option but opinions would be appreciated.
January 12, 2017|
Response fromRichard A|
Yes you do have to pay to get in. I can't remember exactly how much, but I think it was in the region of 50 kunas.