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Split, Trogir & Ancient Salona Private Guided Tour

Split, Trogir & Ancient Salona Private Guided Tour

Hire a private chauffeur, tour guide & premium vehicle for Split, Trogir & Salona Private Guided Tour.

Hire a private driver, licensed tour guide & vehicle for your Split, Trogir & Salona Private Guided Tour.

We provide you with door to door service as well as with luxury vehicle to make your day trip care free.

Being door to door service, your driver will be meeting you at your hotel/private accomodation address in Split.

In case of your hotel/private accomodation is located in strictly pedestrian zone, we will coordinate meeting point with your host or provide you with nearest possible meeting point, same is true return to Split.

Distance between Split and Trogir is 40 km. Duration of Split, Trogir & Salona Private Guided Tour is approx. 6 hours.

Upon arrival back to Split, Split, Trogir & Salona Private Guided Tour is finished.

suggested itinerary

08:00 Departure from Split
08:30 Ancient Salona Walking Tour
09:30 Departure towards Trogir
10:00 Trogir Walking Tour
12:00 Departure towards Split
12:45 Split Walking Tour
14:15 Split, Trogir & Salona Tour is finished

tour includes

Split,Trogir & Salona Tour
Premium Car/Minivan
Professional English speaking driver
Tour Guide for Split, Trogir & Salona
All cost related to the vehicle & driver
Available Wi-Fi in the vehicle
0.5l bottle of water per passenger

What to expect on Split, Trogir & Salona Private Guided Tour?

Your journey begins with meeting your driver at the given hotel / private accommodation address, at previously agreed time of departure.

Only 20 minutes in to our journey, our first stop are ancient Roman ruins of Salona.

Ancient Roman ruins of Salona

Split, Trogir & Ancient Salona Private Guided Tour

The ruins of Salona, ​​the capital of the ancient Roman province of Dalmatia, are located 6 km north of Split.

Salona is an archaeological site located in the modern city of Solin in Croatia.

Salona was the largest Roman city at the time in the area with 60.000 inhabitants. At its peak it had amphitheater, early christian basilicas, great temples, massive stone walls… it was mostly destroyed by invasions of Avars and Croats in the 7th century AD.

Salona remained a Roman city in the 5th and 6th centuries, becoming an important center for the early Christians of the area and remained Roman longer than most other cities in the western half of the Roman Empire.

Once finished exploring these fasciniting ruins our journey to Trogir begins.

Town of Trogir

Split, Trogir & Ancient Salona Private Guided Tour

The historic town of Trogir is considered to be the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe, not just in Croatia.

One of the sights worth visiting is the Trogir Cathedral of St. Lovro (St. Lawrence), located right in the center of this Romanesque town.

Founded by the Greeks from Vis in the 3rd century BC, Trogir can be compared with any city on the Dalmatian coast in terms of the number of historical monuments, and the Trogir Cathedral is one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic.

The historical core of Trogir is one of the reasons why it has been recognized by UNESCO. Located just 27 km northwest of the largest Adriatic city of Split, Trogir is often referred to as the city of museums due to its historical and cultural

After visiting this beautiful Dalmatian town our journey back to Split begins.

City of Split

Split, Trogir & Ancient Salona Private Guided Tour

The historical complex of Split with the Diocletian’s Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Croatia, registered in 1979.

Built by the Roman emperor Diocletian as a retirement home, the 1,700-year-old palace is no lifeless ruin, it is the beating heart of Split, the historical center. Built for Diocletian in the early 4th century AD, Diocletian’s former palace was even more like an entire city than a mere palace, with the emperors’ quarters occupying about half of thesprawling structure.

The ruins of Diocletian’s palace, built between the end of the 3rd century and the beginning of the 4th century AD, are scattered throughout ancient Split. The city was not built on the ruins of Diocletian’s palace, as can be seen in many other places, but that it was built inside the palace.

The former Diocletian’s Palace, which covers the entire historic center of Split, has many historical monuments, including the Basilica of St. Domus. Diocletian’s Palace has become the historic center of Split with numerous shops, cafes, restaurants and even apartments in old buildings on the narrow streets of the palace/fortress.

Upon finishing Split walking tour with yout tour guide, Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour is finished.

Enjoy Split and the rest of your vacation.

What about entrance fees for the attractions?

Entrance fees are not included in the price of the tour therefore please prepare the exact amount when you meet your driver & tour guide at the day of the tour.

Entrance fees for the attractions

  • Mausoleum & Temple of Jupiter, approx. 3,50 EUR (HRK 25.00) per person
  • Ancient ruins of Salona, approx. 4,00 EUR (HRK 30.00) per person
  • St Lawrence’s Cathedral, approx. 3,50 EUR (HRK 25.00) per person

Tour Guide for Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour

Tour guide for Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour is included in the price of the tour.

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What is Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour?

Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour is Pre – Booked Private Day Tour in Croatia offered to our clients.

Starting destination and end destination are previously agreed as well as the pick up time.

Price that is agreed upon is final and there are no additional fees or hidden fees.

For any further information we are at your disposal 24/7.


How do I book my Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour?

For your convenience there is a simple 3 – Step Booking.

After filing up basic transfer / day trip information you will be able to choose payment method.

For any further information we remain at your disposal.

What kind of vehicles can I choose from for my Private Tour?

For Split, Trogir & Salona Private Tour you can choose between premium car (up to 3 persons) & premium minivan (up to 7 persons).

For larger groups in need for a minibus, contact us for offer.

The best way to visit Trogir & Salona from Split?

The best way of visiting Trogir & Salona from Split is by using a Private Transfer Service.

Our Professional and Knowledgeable Drivers will ensure that you experience your Private Tour in best possible way.


If you’re planning a trip to Croatia, you’ll definitely want to add Split, Trogir, and Ancient Salona to your itinerary. These three cities offer a wealth of history and culture, and a private guided tour is the best way to experience everything they have to offer. In this article, we’ll delve into what makes each city unique and why a private tour is the ideal choice for your visit. Split is the second-largest city in Croatia, located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. It’s most famous for Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that served as the retirement home of the Roman emperor. Today, the palace is the heart of the city and home to countless restaurants, shops, and bars. But there’s so much more to Split than just the palace. A private guided tour will take you through the winding streets of the Old Town, where you’ll discover hidden gems like the Peristyle Square and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius. You’ll also get the chance to explore the Riva promenade, a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to relax and enjoy the sea views. Perhaps the highlight of any Split tour is climbing to the top of Marjan Hill, a wooded hill overlooking the city. From the top, you’ll have a stunning panoramic view of Split and the surrounding islands. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even go zip-lining or rock climbing in the area. Located just 30 minutes from Split, Trogir is a small but charming town known for its UNESCO-listed Old Town. The town sits on a small island and is connected to the mainland by a bridge, making it easy to reach by car or boat. Trogir’s Old Town is a maze of narrow streets and picturesque squares, home to stunning churches and palaces. The most famous of these is the Cathedral of Saint Lawrence, a Romanesque-Gothic masterpiece with intricate carvings and a bell tower that you can climb for views over the town. A private guided tour of Trogir will take you through the town’s history, from the Greeks and Romans to the Venetians and Austro-Hungarians. You’ll also get the chance to try some of the local seafood specialties at one of the many restaurants near the waterfront. Just a short drive from Split lies the ancient city of Salona, once the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. Today, Salona is an archaeological park that offers a glimpse into the past with its ruins and remnants of what was once one of the largest and wealthiest cities in the region. Highlights of a private guided tour of Salona include the amphitheater, where gladiators once fought for their lives, and the early Christian basilica with its intricate mosaics. You’ll also see the impressive city walls and gates, which once protected Salona from invaders. Why Choose a Private Guided Tour? While you can certainly visit Split, Trogir, and Ancient Salona on your own, there are many benefits to choosing a private guided tour. For one, you’ll have an expert guide who can give you a deeper understanding of the history, culture, and architecture of each city. You’ll also have the freedom to customize your tour, spending more time in the areas that interest you the most. A private guided tour also eliminates the stress of navigating unfamiliar cities and finding transportation between them. Your guide will handle all the logistics, including transportation, entrance fees, and any necessary reservations for restaurants or activities. When it comes to seeing the best of Split, Trogir, and Ancient Salona, a private guided tour is the way to go. With an expert guide to lead the way, you’ll get an in-depth look into the rich history and culture of each city, all while enjoying the peace of mind that comes from having a personalized and stress-free experience.