Walking tour in the city of Split.
Walk the path of the Romans starting from the ruins of town of Salona. Salona was a Roman province with over 60 000 people built in the 3rd century BC and the metropolis of the Roman province of Dalmatia, where you can still see walls, a forum, an amphitheater–the most visible above-ground remains today – public baths and an aqueduct.
The tour continues through Diocletian’s Palace from UNESCO heritage list, letting you imagine what the life of Diocletian was like and visiting the magnificent basements. Peristyle, as the central square of the Palace, intended for the Emperor Diocletian celebrated as the living son of Jupiter, finds its place among many temples.
Duration: 4 hours
- tour of the palace and the city center
- departure for Salona
- visit of the Salona
- departure to the harbour
Price: 65 € per person
Children under 11 year – 50%
Min: 6 pax
- Certified guides
- Tickets for basements, St. Dujam cathedral and Salona
Upon request: Babysitter / Animator service, extra charge for each tour available.
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