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We started a tour of the krka national park at burnum. We got a ticket for the park which was 180 kuna each. The good thing was that it was quiet and the staff explained what was included in the ticket as it was initially...More
To tell the truth, there is not a great deal at this site. The amphitheatre is actually in a better state than some of the photographs that appear here. When I visited in October, there was no evidence of building or repair going on. The...More
After seeing the famous Skradinski buk area of Krka, we were convinced by a local shop owner to visit this area of the park. I only wish we had had more time. The Roman military amphitheater area is still being excavated and my husband who...More
We visited Burnum last Friday. I could say it was extremely hard to find the Archeological site, but in the end we managed somehow.
The entrance fee was 40 kuna (around 6 euro) for one person, which we found a little bit expensive since there...More
I only visited the amphitheatre. Even though I am interested in actual archaeological sites, I do not consider this to be one. It is a complete reconstruction made of new materials! Any museum could have one, and some museums actually have better reconstructions. The site...More
This is a huge, mostly unexplored Roman military camp that has been added to touristic map of Croatia just recently. It consists of Roman amphiteatre, Roman castrum and small, but really nice museum that holds the collection of artifacts that have been and are still...More