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Brilliant half day trip, or whole day if you don't want to race around and see the the whole thing. It is very spread out, so be prepared to walk and there is very limited shade, but the site is fascinating. The audio guide really...More
A great deal of History was here with the matrydom of Christians. You can actually walk into the arena and stand in the emperor's seating area. If this is important, then go, but if you have seen other amphitheaters, the ruins here will not impress...More
Welcome to Salona. Be aware that this is a huge site. There are two ways to get in. You can enter by the Amphitheatre and also by the main gate. It is a long walk from the main gate to the theatre. I recommend that...More
First day walked across to the ruins, wow,.. What a pleasent surprise, small admittance fee,.. What a treasure. I could have spent longer there had I a guide. Just continue strolling and you will end up at the amphitheatre., passing a city within walls, and...More
We got here by catching the number 11 bus from split bus terminal near the golden gate. An easy 15 min ride that drops you off at the entrance. To get to the colosseum is a good 25 min walk through the entire place, and...More
Roman remains of significant magnitude with very little signage or attention. These could be amazing as a place to visit but the amphitheatre is covered in broken glass and there is almost no information. You pay a fee to a young chap sitting in the...More
We went for a walk through the park whilst on holiday in the area in July. Its a very pretty park and very interesting. However, there could be more signage telling people where to go and what trail to follow as you could easily get...More
We got there by catching bus 1 from Trg Gaje Bulata near Split Old Town, which cost 13 kuna each. The buses do not seem to run according to the schedule and appear more or less random.
The entry fee is 30 kuna/person and we...More
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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
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, cjenik i vozni redovi" - the information is only in Croatian, though...