Duration: 12 h
Availability: Whole year
Highlights: Explore nearly 1,700 years of history and discover top attractions with ease on this 2-hour Split walking tour. Continue to Salona, and explore the Roman ruins. Drive up to the famous Klis Fortress, a castle for many Croatian kings and also Game of Thrones TV show filming place. Stop for lunch at eco estate Stella Croatica, try homemade eco olive oil and their other products. Finish the day with Vranjača cave.
Max People: 48
Suitable for families, young and seniors
TRANSFERS: possible to organise individual transfers with Travel Croatia to the meeting point and back.
Departure Details: to be confirmed upon reservation
Return Details: returns to original departure point
What To Expect
Star your day trip in Split. Follow your guide on a sightseeing tour of Split. Admire famous landmarks such as the Diocletian’s Palace, the Catholic Cathedral of Saint Domnius, the Peristyle, the Golden Gate and the statue of Gregory of Nin — a medieval Croatian bishop. During your sightseeing tour, discover hidden secrets many visitors miss and gain insight into this ancient city’s colorful past. Explore the Roman ruins of Salona and stand in the amphitheatre where early Christian fought lions.
Our first stop is the ancient Salona and its remains from the 4th century BC. From the ancient Salona; once the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, its size, well-being and splendor are presented by imposing walls with towers and gates, a forum with temples, an amphitheater, a cemetery with Salonitan martyrs (Manastirine, Kapljuč, Marušinac); to the times when Queen Jelena ruled and King Zvonimir was crowned in the Šupljak church in 1076, Solin is truly a monument town.
Head to Klis Fortress, the scene of many Game of Thrones episodes, and enjoy the stunning views over the Adriatic islands and see the imposing medieval fortress, perched high on a hilltop. This fortress became castle to many Croatian kings and served as a defense against the Ottoman invasion during the early 16th century. Continue to Stella Croatica for lunch; try their local eco olive oil as well as other products. After this visit, we continue to Vranjača. The total length of the corridors of the cave is 360 m. The temperature inside the cave is from +10 to 15 degrees Celsius all year round. From the first cave hall leads a small natural corridor into the next hall, filled with stalactites and stalagmites of different shapes and colours. When you walk through the cave, you get the impression that more and more new pathways keep appearing. In the second cave hall are 9 small rooms which have their own names. After Vranjača cave, we return to Split and end this day tour.