We offer 2 day pass ticket, giving you the freedom and flexibility to see the city on your own schedule while enjoying the comfort and convenience of our open-air bus and guide service .Our sightseeing bus tours get you closer to Split’s best landmarks and attractions. Discover the city and surrounding over THREE (BLUE, RED & GREEN) carefully designed sightseeing routes.
RED LINE HOP ON HOP OFF BUS – AVAILABLE EVERY 75 MINUTES
*includes free walking tour of Split
Split is a town of ancient history, built and preserved over the course of 1700 years by its loving inhabitants. But, that is only the heart of a city far more interesting. The only way to experience Split as a whole, beyond the walls of Diocletian’s Palace, is on our open-top sightseeing bus. On this tour you can see the places that ordinary tours would never show you. It starts from the Promenade and includes panoramic drive along the sandy beach Bacvice, sports facilities built for the Mediterranean Games (Sport centre Gripe, Football stadium) and museums (Maritime, Archaeological, Mestrovic Gallery).
The drive continues along the slopes of hill Marjan, covered in a dense Mediterranean pine forest and completely surrounded by the city and the sea, making it a unique sight. From the slopes of Marjan you can enjoy amazing sight of the islands, untouched nature and smell of Mediterranean herbs. The tour finishes in the city centre (Promenade).
BLUE LINE – BIG HISTORICAL TOUR *includes free walking tour of Trogir
Join us on our panoramic city bus and see the most important and beautiful sites in Splits surrounding.
Our story begins with the Klis Fortress. The Klis Fortress, located on high cliffs above Split, had great strategic importance at the time of the Ottoman invasions of Europe. Today is known as one of the filming locations of one the most popular TV series – Game of Thrones. You will visit the governor’s residence, St. Vid’s church, gun powder storage and the garrison and enjoy an amazing view of Split with its surrounding mountains and islands.
We are proceeding to Salona. The remains of that ancient Roman city are one of the richest archaeological sites in Croatia. On this site you can feel the Roman and early Christian spirit that takes you back to the past as you walk by the old Basilica Urbana, its baptistery, the Theatre, the Forum and the old Christian cemetery, Manastirine. Visiting one of the three Roman amphitheatres on the east Adriatic coast gives you the chance to experience the emotions of the ancient gladiators that pervaded this magnificent construction. In front of the Tusculum, there is a beautiful garden where you can take a rest and let the peaceful atmosphere relax you…
After passing through the seven Kastels we arrive to Trogir. This UNESCO protected site developed from the ancient Greek town of Tragurion. It is called a “town-museum”, since practically every building in that little town is a historical site with its own story…
Join us on our free walking tour of Trogir and you will discover the buildings which still today wisper the story of its past: the St. Lawrence Cathedral, City Loggia, Cipiko Palace, Town Hall, and Benedictine Convent …
Bus tour stops
|09:15||Departure from Split|
|11:00 – 12:45||Trogir|
|13:30 – 14:15||Klis|
GREEN LINE – AUTHENTIC DALMATIAN HINTERLAND
Join us on our panoramic city bus and see the most important and beautiful sites in Dalmatia’s hinterland.
Stella Croatica is a family owned company which produces traditional Dalmatian delicacies. All their products are based on traditional recipes with authentic ingredients. You will have a chance to learn about Dalmatian cultural heritage through their ethnovillage and collections of authentic furniture, objects and utensils. Taste Dalmatian history through their homemade delicacies and bring some home with you!
The Klis Fortress, located on high cliffs above Split, had great strategic importance at the time of the Ottoman invasions of Europe. Today is known as one of the filming locations of one of the most popular TV series – Game of Thrones. You will visit the governor’s residence, St.Vid’s church, gun powder storage and the garrison and enjoy an amazing view of Split with its surrounding mountains and islands.
Incredibly rich in cave ornaments, it is the most beautiful cave in central Dalmatia. It was declared a monument of nature in 1963. The cave contains 2 main halls and corridors connecting them. While the first hall has been known since 19th century, the second hall was discovered in 1903 by 12 year-old Stipe Punda. Passing through it in a round pathway, one gets the impression of constantly moving through cave corridors between the large stalactites and stalagmites. Visitors go as deep as 85 meters and the temperature is 15 C throughout the year. Explore a different side of Dalmatia which awaits to be discovered!
* Visitors should be advised that the only access to the cave is a steep set of stairs. Physically impaired will find the terrain very challenging.
Bus tour stops:
11:45– Departure from Split
12:15- 13:00– Stella Croatica
13:15 – 14:15– Klis
14:45 – 16:00– Vranjača Cave
Price includes: Red & Blue line, Green line,walking tour in Split,walking tour in Trogir
GPS coordinates: 43°30´24.2″N, 16°26´25.5″E