Home to the Roman ruins of the ancient city of Salona

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Why You'll Love It

Solin is a suburb of Split, and the main reason to come here is for the Roman ruins at Salona. You can see the ancient aqueduct of Diocletian from the highway, but what you’re heading here for is the former home of 60,000 people in the Roman capital of Dalmatia. Otherwise, it’s a suburb.

The Details

How To Get There

To get to the Roman ruins, either take the 1 bus or a very reasonable taxi or Uber from Split.

Solo Female Travel

Other than the ruins, I didn’t spend any time in Solin, so I can’t speak to the overall experience of the suburb.

Know Before You Go

I recommend trying to join a small-group tour for the Roman ruins, as there isn’t much by way of explanation.

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