Split — Klis — Solin


This tour is a great oppor­tu­nity to dis­cover the his­toric trea­sures of Dal­ma­tia! We will take you back to the 3rd cen­tury A.D. to the antique city of Salona, for­mer cap­i­tal of Roman province Dal­ma­tia. We will explore the his­tory of ancient Salona and the ruins of its amphithe­atre, the basil­ica and other mon­u­ments. After Salona, the tour con­tin­ues to the Klis Fortress (cru­cial strate­gic point and entrance to Dal­ma­tia), but also one of the most beau­ti­ful fortresses in Croa­tia. It was first men­tioned in the 5th cen­tury, but its appear­ance dates from the last Venet­ian restora­tion. From this impres­sive fortress, you can will enjoy the panorama of the whole city of Split and the sur­round­ing islands. After that, we return to Split. We will visit the Diocletian’s palace, the best-​preserved Roman palace in the world and a UNESCO World Her­itage Site since 1979. The ruins of Diocletian’s Palace, built between the late 3rd and the early 4th cen­tury A.D., rep­re­sent the most valu­able exam­ple of Roman archi­tec­ture on the east­ern coast of the Adri­atic. The walk­ing tour also includes sights such as the cathe­dral of St Dom­nius, Jupiter’s tem­ple, the Peri­s­til, the statue of Gre­gory of Nin, most of which are located near the Split Riva promenade.


  • depar­ture from your accom­mo­da­tion in Split in the morn­ing hours
  • 15 minute drive to Solin
  • guided tour of the Amphithe­atre in Solin
  • 10 min drive to the Fort Klis
  • guided tour of the fortress
  • panoramic drive around Mar­jan penin­sula and Split
  • guided walk­ing tour in the town of Split
  • drive back to your accom­mo­da­tion in the late after­noon hours


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The price includes:

  • door-​to-​door trans­porta­tion in a com­fort­able car or minivan
  • licensed tour guide/​driver
  • road tolls and parking
  • all taxes and VAT



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