Nice place to be.Our hotel was located in the city central. We have never heard for Solin but our friends recommended us Hotel President Solin so we decided to come.
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Solin is the town where the Salona roman ruins are located. We spent 2 and half hours at the ruins and saw all of it except for some sections of the wall (we figured the sections we saw were representative) and the Necropolis of Marusinac...More
We took a short drive to the suburb to see these ruins and we were most impressed. The Amphitheatre is connected to the main ruins via a beautiful walk, with many additional paths and ruins to explore along the way. Given that it was late...More
Marvelous afternoon spent at Salona ruins near Split! Amazing site of 2nd/century city and home to Diocleatian !
We took a bus from Split with a bunch of old granny's. They had one hell of a laugh when we started to panic thinking we were on the wrong bus. Alas, we arrived in Solin. After about a 20 minute walk up a dirt...More
I didn't know what to expect when travelling to Solin (near Split) to see the ancient Roman site of Salona, but what I found was an expansive complex of ruins with great information on info boards. Bring lots of water with you, and use the...More
The ruins at Solin is a perfect place for a sunset stroll. Peaceful, calming, breezy, and the perfect place to retreat, reflect and ponder about anything that one fancies. Yes, it may not have the most pretty view, but to me, it was so spectacular!
just a short bus ride outside split is the ruins of Solin.do not be put off by the "there is nothing there but some old walls"reviews.This is an amazing site,interesting and well worth the effort of visiting.the bus stops right by the site and there...More