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History Lovers will enjoy

Our little group of Prinsendam cruisers is on a shore excursion with Ante Batarelo to learn about... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2017
Mike P
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Phoenix, Arizona
Mostly unexcavated

According to the information posted by the authorities most of the walls are intact but remain... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2016
Rob C
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San Jose, California
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21 Jul 2017
“History Lovers will enjoy”
19 Feb 2017
“Part of Salona's defense system. A really ancient archaeological find. It's worth more than just a quick look.”
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The elliptic core of the town was surrounded by walls built over several centuries. They are quite well preserved on northern side - there are about a hundred square towers. The walls extend from the amphitheatre to the town northeastern gate, by...more
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Our little group of Prinsendam cruisers is on a shore excursion with Ante Batarelo to learn about the walls of Ancient Salona. The walk is pleasant along the dirt road. On one side we can look down onto the ruins of Salona and the other...More

Thank Mike P
Reviewed 19 February 2017

The quite well preserved walls, that surrounded and intended to protect the town, were built over several centuries. The oldest wall remains, probably date from the Roman Republic times, were built in large stone blocks. The best example of it can be seen near the...More

Thank Ana C
Reviewed 19 April 2016

According to the information posted by the authorities most of the walls are intact but remain unexcavated. There are several parts of the city walls that have been unearthed, and their size is impressive indeed. Best viewed near the Porta Caesarea where both sides have...More

Thank Rob C
Reviewed 29 December 2015

You actually walk on the city wall for part of the tour of the ruins. At other times it's hard to discern what is wall and what is a building as the buildings were built right up to the wall

Thank tradIndy
Reviewed 1 July 2014

We had lovely walk, it was very nice…We love Croatia and its stunning cost. so sunny,so beautiful...

Thank Geoffrey M
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