Essential Split Accessible Cruise Excursion
Visit two UNESCO World Heritage cities in one day on this 4 hour accessible Split cruise excursion! Explore the incredible old town of Split and visit the fascinating city of Trogir, settled by Greek colonists around the 3rd century BC. This tour includes wheelchair accessible transportation and step-free walking/rolling routes.
Your guide and driver will meet you at the cruise terminal in Split to begin your accessible driving tour. You’ll not only get to visit Diocletian’s Palace in Split, but you’ll also see the neighboring town of Trogir.
The city of Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and was settled by Greek colonists around the 3rd century BC. Here, you’ll walk/roll along the streets of this ancient city as your guide points out the beautiful and diverse Romanesque, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. You’ll also see the formidable Kamerlengo Castle, a massive fortress that was built in the 15th century by the Republic of Venice.
Enjoy the scenic views on your accessible Split cruise excursion while driving between Split and Trogir as your driver and guide point out Roman ruins and historical sites along the way.
In Split, your guide will take you along the step-free route through the ruins of Diocletian’s Palace, which was completed in the year 305 AD for the Roman Emperor. The ruins are in the heart of the Old Town of Split, and comprise the best Roman Ruins on the eastern side of the Adriatic. Not only will you get to walk/roll along the ancient pathways through the columns and arches that make up the above ground section of the ruins, but you’ll also get to go underground to the cellars beneath the palace.
The Essential Split Accessible Cruise Excursion features:
- Convenient accessible van transportation with a wheelchair ramp
- 4 hour walking/rolling and driving tour
- Lively commentary by an officially-certified, English-speaking tour guide
- Tour guide can push manual wheelchair users (depends on the total weight of the wheelchair plus wheelchair user)
- Pick-up and drop-off at any centrally-located hotel or at the cruise port
- Memorable sightseeing and great photo opportunities in Split!
If you’d prefer a shorter, more affordable tour that does not need transportation, we recommend the Private Accessible Split Walking Tour.
- Historic Split old town (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Diocletian’s Palace
- Trogir (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Kamerlengo Fortress
The Essential Split Accessible Cruise Excursionhas a 4 star Sage Accessibility Rating because it uses a wheelchair accessible van, follows a step-free route. It did not receive a higher rating because you will encounter mild to moderate cobblestones along the route.
There is a mix of smooth streets, large paving stones, and mild to moderate cobblestones along your route on the Highlights of Split Accessible Shore Excursion, like those shown on the left, and those shown on the right at the North Gate.
Inside the underground ruins (shown on the right), the floor is smooth, with some slight slopes.
The city of Trogir is mostly flat, and much of it is paved with smooth stones that are easy to cross, like those shown on the left. However, you will encounter a few places where you may need to cross over mild to moderate cobblestones like those shown on the right.
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Tour duration: 4 hours
Cost: Accessible van: €750 for 1-2 people, €890 for 3 people, €1120 for 4 people
* €50 off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: 9am or when ship arrives
Meet-up place: Split accessible hotel lobby or cruise dock
Dress code: Covered shoulders and knees for interior church visits.
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Not included: snacks/meals, and gratuities.
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