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Amphitheatre forms part of the town defence system and it could have accommodated about 15,000 spectators. It is located at the northwest end of Salona's town limits. Close to the amphitheatre, to its south, there was a cemetery for gladiators that...more
This is part of the ancient site of Solin. Not as well preserved or restored as other theaters I've seen in Turkey and Greece but the location overlooking the sea was very nice and the entire Solin complex is well worth a 1/2 day trip...More
We eventually found this (the road down to it looks very incongruous) and couldn't believe it just appears as if out of nowhere! There's an information board in English to tell you the importance of the building. It's obviously in ruins but it's easy to...More
Ante Batarelo has led our shore excursion group of Prinsendam cruisers that was organized on Cruise Critic Rollcall to the Amphitheatre ruins of Salona. We are told it was built at the end of the 2nd Century. It once seated 17,000 spectators who came to...More
After a long international flight, this site will put you in the mood for the Diocletian's palace in Split. The ruins of the amphitheater are not intact but this area anteceded Split in Roman building and settlement so it is a good stopping off point...More
This monumental building was built on the northwest end of city’s limits, in the second half of the 2nd century A.D. It must have been one of the most remarkable buildings of Roman architecture back then. The building was ellipsoidal in shape, with three floors...More
My wife and I visited here using the number 1 bus from Split. The journey took about 15-20 minutes. Don't take any of the other buses that go to Solin - it is not the same place. If you take a different bus then you...More
Nice amphitheater close to our hotel President. It would be even better if lightening were much better and signalisation as well.all in total we liked it but would prefere if we were able to have english guiding at the spot.
This is the most obvious of the Salona ruins. It's a big oval ruin with lots of the supports but none of the seats. Don't skip the Parac house on the edge. It has some cool sculptures found on the site.
It is best not to visit these ruins on a blistering hot day. Having said that, a couple of things could possibly have saved it, even so.
When you first arrive to the site, you can walk through the Manastirine Necropolis and see the tomb...More
I think that the archaeology park of Solin is really interesting: it's an amazing and suggestive place, and everything is well-explained!I study archaeology and I usually visit or dig roman ruins, in Solin I found a great place where I never ever seen some things,...More