Salona Open-Top Bus Sightseeing + Free Diocletian’s Palace Walking Tour is an exciting journey through the ancient Roman ruins. You will explore the UNESCO Diocletian’s Palace in Split on a free walking tour. This tour starts with a fully guided open-top bus tour. The tour is a departure from Split to Salona and comes with commentaries in 8 languages.
Salona was a multicultural settlement, and home to various ancient religious cults. In the course of the wars between the Illyrians and the Romans, the city fell under the rule of the young Roman Republic. You will hear about the time when Salona became the capital of the entire province called Dalmatia.
We will visit the second one is a free guided walking tour of Diocletian’s Palace – included in the tour’s price. Emperor Diocletian’s Palace in Split was built as a residential villa to which the Roman Emperor Diocletian retired after his abdication in 305 A.D. Today guests from all over the world visit this outstanding monument, which according to UNESCO is the globally best-preserved sample of late-antiquity imperial architecture.
No wonder it was officially inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List back in 1979.
The entire tour lasts 3 hours, and it includes a 45-minute-long drive from Split to Salona and back. You will have plenty of time to explore the ancient ruins and history without rushing.
Above all, you will discover the former capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and one of the most important urban centers of late antiquity, Salona.
Learn about the fascinating history of the Roman province of Dalmatia and see the largest twin basilica complex in the entire area of Eastern Adriatic.
Make your holidays memorable and take the opportunity to explore Split from the sea! Morning or Sunset tour – cor even both! Swimming, snorkeling, rowling..kids and adults!
You consider yourself a bit of a history freak, but at the same time you love activities that will make you sweat a little bit? This hiking tour on Marjan hill is then made just for you.