With the massive fame of tv-show “Game of Thrones” the town became a backdrop, major touristic hotspot for the fans of the iconic series. You will not believe it, but I am one of the few who has not watched any episode of “Game of Thrones”, and Dubrovnik has not in any way slipped me in this regard. Already, I was here just for the sake of its beauty, age and architecture. The city might be expensive and overcrowded but it is also so worth the visit! I put together this Dubrovnik guide with a list of top things to do in Dubrovnik. If you arrive in Dubrovnik by plane, the local airport is located some half an hour ride away from the city. With so many years of history, the narrow streets are filled with small shops, restaurants serve fresh fish and seafood. But you can also find Italian, Vegan, Japanese and Bosnian restaurants in town. Don’t avoid the stairs – they lead up to the town’s most picturesque, residential areas. Remember to look in all directions: up, to see masterfully crafted balconies and colorful strings of drying laundry. As you walk you’ll notice that nearly all of these buildings share the same floor plan, and that’s because of a citywide decree on building designs following an earthquake and fire in the 17th century.