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Ruins of the Solin Amphitheatre, Solin

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We had Salona to ourselves - a short bus ride from Split. Weather wonderful and we all felt so peaceful there and breathed in the antiquity. Remarkable ruins dating back to Roman times and the vegetat...  more »
  • If only the rocks could speak, but they don't - so to best appreciate this site, as in most other sites around Split (and probably Croatia), best come armed with foreknowledge or with a guide - the to...  more »
  • There is nothing else to see in this quiet location, so if you're planning a day out or think that your children are going to be entertained, then you might be disappointed. There are two sites, one o...  more »
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  • It doesn't matter if you are interested in history or not - this is the place to visit
  • There is not a lot left of the amphitheatre and it wasn't a very large one compared to other sites we have visited in places like Terragona. You really have to use your imagination to get a feel of what it looked like at the peak of its splendor. There was a little shop/info office by the ruins but most people there didn't speak English and the only one that did was rude and not very helpful
  • Amazing place. Worth popping in to see the tiny museum and chatting to the friendly staff to hear more details of the history. Bonus - it has a toilet!
  • Peacefull and calm.
  • It's fully ruined... It's okay...