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All reviews entrance fee roman ruins information boards main entrance bus station cold drinks national theatre palace hotel the hotel car park sat nav large area long walk century ad small museum emperor diocletian couple of hours centuries
quickest way to find the entrance is to head for the Salona Palace Hotel and turn left when you go into the car park. it is signposted but away from the side of the road so possible to miss (as we did twice lol). 40HRK...More
I spent 3 hours walking, climbing up and down the ruins and investigating the old Roman city of Salona. Literally there’s so
much wonderful history here-city buildings constructed 2 BC and 5 AD among others. I was dumbstruck wandering through the Roman baths, and entering...More
Wow! I have never had the opportunity to touch Roman ruins. At Salona, the ampitheatre, the basilica, and the old town are completely open to the public. You can walk all over them and this really adds to the experience. We felt so close to...More
Whilst staying in Split we decided to visit the Roman ruins of Salona at Solin which is a suburb of Split and only about five miles from the centre of Split. The ruins lie between two major roads, one of which goes to Trogir and...More
If you like roman ruins then this is for you. No barriers or cordoned off areas. Information boards give you enough to put things in context.
Big site and gravel paths not great with sandals.
You should pay to visit but only top entrance has...More
or are interested in early Christian martyrs, or have never seen many ruins, this is for you - otherwise you may wish to avoid. A very important Roman city and the amphitheater where Diocletian matryed many Christians and later Christian communities were established for there...More
Salona stretches over a wide space helping you to get a picture of the city the ruins once were. Could probably do with more care of the ruins. The ticketing system could also have been better organised but the ruins are still lovely to see...More