"Game of Thrones" by HBO is currently one of the world's most followed TV series, with its gripping storyline, and the producer's equal attention to detailed costumes and breath-taking scenery. One of the most stunning places on earth is Croatia's Dalmatian coast, exactly where the fictional drama was filmed. Named 2016's most searched for travel destination, here are the top five places to visit in Croatia every "Game of Thrones" fan should get to see.

1. St Dominika Street, Dubrovnik - Cersei's walk of shame

The regal feel of Dubrovnik's old town was initially due to the once powerful city-state of the Republic of Ragusa, which was located here back in the day. This city was the perfect setting for King's Landing, and St Dominika street in particular is used for many scenes depicting life in King's Landing for peasants. In addition, one of the most infamous scenes of "Game of Thrones" features Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) walking through this street naked amidst an angry mob of religious zealots.

According to Paste Magazine, however, don't miss out on the actual history of Dubrovnik while in this city. The place is also home to Croatia's Renaissance playwright Marin Drzic, who served as inspiration to Shakespeare. It is unsurprising that a city known for producing talented artists also becomes the backdrop to one of the most artistic TV shows this decade.

2. Diocletian's Palace, Split - Daenerys' throne room

This UNESCO protected old town has been around for 1,700 years, with the Diocletian Palace having been built during the Roman era. Currently, the vicinity is a great place to find hippie bars and museums. Although the upper part of the palace had been destroyed, the basemend tunnels remain fully intact, having been used to store waste, according to Radio Times. This location served as Meereen's pyramid, where Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) sat at her throne with her loyal advisers like Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and trained her three dragons.

3. Klis Fortress - Where Daenerys crucifies Meereen's slavers

A joy for many hikers to climb, this fortress has protected many ancient Croatian kings. It currently boasts panoramic views of the city and valley underneath it, and has served as the sit on "Game of Thrones" where Daenerys Targaryen brutally crucifies the cruel slave masters of Meereen.

4. Trsteno Arboretum - King's Landing's lush gardens

This 15th century garden features spectacular views of the Adriatic sea from its viewing platforms hanging off the cliff faces. The lush greenery and beautiful ocean backdrop was used for emotional scenes featuring Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg) and Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner). It is also here that the Queen of Thorns plots to overthrow Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) with Lord Varys the Spider (Conleth Hill).

5. Pile - Blackwater Bay

The calm pools and jetties at this spot was once Dubrovnik's most important transport hub, used by the western part of the city. Boasting views of Lovrijenac Fort and Bokar Fort, "Game of Thrones" used this location as Blackwater Bay, where Stannis Baratheon's (Stephen Dillane) army was defeated by an uncontrolled use of wildfire by Tyrion Lannister and his men. Scenes in this part also featured Sansa Stark and her handmaiden Shae (Sibel Kekilli) watching ships at the harbor, and Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) giving Sansa a way to escape King's Landing.