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Split, Salona and Trogir

Split, Salona and Trogir

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Split is a city that grew out of a Roman emperor’s palace. The palace is still standing – people have been living in it for over 17 centuries. Split is one of the living and breathing monuments both to the way people lived in the past and to different styles and influences that have been carved into its narrow streets, Roman temples, and Christian churches. Outside the palace, the story of Split continues as it spreads from its center, the palace, to beautiful vistas on the hill of Marjan, to the old town, waterfront (Riva), and its beaches. Salona is where it all started for this region, first an ancient Illyrian city, then the capital of the Roman province Dalmatia. Birthplace of Roman emperor Diocletian, who, after his career, decided to build a palace nearby as a summer home. Salona now lies in ruins, destroyed in the centuries that followed its glory years. But the history and the vast area of once 6th city in the Roman Empire still make memories come to life to every traveler that comes to visit it. Trogir is a small island town that was founded by the ancient Greek settlers in the 3rd century BC. For centuries, Trogir was a place where numerous artists left their mark, leaving an imprint inside the city’s soul. From its famous St. Laurence Cathedral portal to the Venetian fortifications used to fight off the invaders, this small city truly packs a lot of history and art.

Round-trip transportation from-to your hotel in a luxury vehicle.
English speaking certified guide
Salona & Tusculum ticket

Not Included:
Personal expenses during tour (drinks or food).
Tips for guide (non-compulsory).

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Šibenik

Duration of the tour

If the tour starts from Dubrovnik, Šibenik or Zadar duration is 8 - 10 hours.


Split, Salona, Trogir


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