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Half-Day Klis Tour from Split
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Solin, Croatia

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Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

There is nothing else to see in this quiet location, so if you're planning a day out or think that your children are going to be entertained, then you might be disappointed. There are two sites, one of which (the amphitheatre) which you drive straight...More

Thank jarvo2001
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Ancient Solin was very interesting. There of course isn't much to see since everything is in ruins, but you will spend a good couple of hours walking around and pondering about how your everyday life could have been in this ancient city. I would recommend...More

Thank Mikko S
Reviewed 24 February 2017

Solin is a very nice town situated right northeast of Split, on the Adriatic Sea and the river Jadro, surrounded by imposing mountains. Solin developed on the location of the ancient Salona (a very important cultural, commercial, political, military and religious centre back then) which...More

Thank Ana C
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Make sure to visit Salona - the history is just unprecedented! Very nice park and charming church. Love this town

Thank Markk0_13
Reviewed 26 November 2016

The Roman ruins of Salona are a hidden gem. Starting from the old amphitheater, it is a nice historic walk to the old city walls with its thermal baths and aqueducts. Along the walk there are empty sarcophagi. We visited on a rainy day with...More

2  Thank LSMullins
Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

Ce site archéologique est à voir. Celui-ci est assez grand et des panneaux vous permettent de le visiter seul et éviter les tours opérateurs... Dommage que le site ne soit pas plus préservé... des voitures traversent le site et de nombreux préservatifs jonchent certaines allées....le...More

Thank Leboucher E
Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

The first thing to say about this site is that it is big, the excavated areas take a good walk to get round and the museum doesn't quite match up. Leaving those things to one side what you see is striking and, to the extent...More

1  Thank AlisterF_11
Reviewed 2 September 2016

This is a very interesting site, which, when we visited, was very quiet. Some areas are very easy to understand and picture the past. Beware of very uneven paths and there are no barriers or roped-off areas - a complete lack of H&S instructions which...More

Thank HazelJ610
Reviewed 12 August 2016

We stayed for 4 days in Solin and found it to be a quiet and restful place although the local youths can misbehave. The nearby ancient ruins are spectacular and very worth seeing. It is a lovely evening walk from Solin to the first ruins...More

Thank Johna42
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Salona was an ancient city on the Dalmatian coast. At first, there were the Greeks which had set up an emporion (marketplace) here. After the conquest by the Romans, Salona became the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and, consequently, acquired all the Roman...More

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Response from Mikko S | Reviewed this property |
We visited Solin from Split (Marjan) by bikes. The drive is quite short, although there will be hills. For Split public transport, the routes and timetables, go to: w w w . promet - split . hr, and then click on "Linije... More
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