Panoramic Split Accessible Driving Tour
This 8 hour accessible driving tour from Split includes spectacular views, ancient ruins, Diocletian’s Palace, and more on a full day of accessible site seeing in Croatia!
Your Panoramic Croatia Accessible Driving Tour From Split begins when your guide and driver pick you up from the cruise terminal in Split in a wheelchair accessible van. From there you will drive to several nearby sites including the ruins of ancient Salona, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Trogir, and the mountain village of Klis.
If you enjoy visiting ancient ruins, the Roman city of Salona will be an interesting and fun stop on this full day accessible driving tour from Split. The site was once a great city and included a forum, theater, amphitheater, public baths, and an aqueduct.
The city of Trogir is also recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, and here you’ll get to see the impressive and imposing Kamerlengo Castle—a great fortress built in the 15th century. It’s the perfect opportunity to take some awesome pictures next to this massive medieval structure.
In the Mountain Village of Klis, you’ll have some spectacular views and photo opportunities as well! Due to its ideal location, he Fortress of Klis was used as a strategic stronghold beginning in the 3rd century BC!
Finally, back in Split, you’ll visit the famous Diocletian’s Palace in the historic old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore both the aboveground and underground ruins of this wonderfully preserved ancient complex—dating back to the late 3rd century AD.
At the end of your Split accessible driving tour, your guide and driver will drop you back off at the cruise terminal where you can board your ship.
The Panoramic Croatia Accessible Driving Tour From Split features:
- Convenient accessible van transportation with a wheelchair ramp
- 8 hour driving tour
- Lively commentary by an officially-certified, English-speaking tour guide
- 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 only have half a day or less to spend in Split, or would prefer a shorter tour, we recommend the popular Highlights of Split Accessible Shore Excursion, which includes Diocletian’s Palace and an accessible beach! Or, if you’d rather visit Split and the neighboring city of Trogir in half a day,the Essential Split Accessible Cruise Excursion is a great choice!
- Historic Split old town (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Diocletian’s Palace
- Mountain Village of Klis
- Fortress of Klis
- Ancient ruins of Salona
- Trogir (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Kamerlengo Castle
The Panoramic Croatia Accessible Driving Tour From Split has a 4 star Sage Accessibility Rating because it follows a step-free route, includes wheelchair transportation to drive between sites, and your guide can push a wheelchair if needed. It did not receive a higher rating because you will encounter mild to moderate cobblestones along the way.
There is a mix of smooth streets, large paving stones, and mild to moderate cobblestones along your route on the Panoramic Croatia Accessible Driving Tour From Split, like those shown on the left, and those shown on the right at the North Gate. Your guide will help push a wheelchair if needed.
Inside the underground ruins (shown on the right), the floor is smooth, with some slight slopes. The Central Square of Diocletian’s Palace (shown on the left) is paved with flat, smooth stones.
The city of Trogir is mostly flat, and much of it is paved with smooth stones that are easy to cross, like those show 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: 8 hours
Cost: €500 for 1-2 people, €550 for 3-4 people, €600 for 5-6 people, €650 for 7-8 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
Entrance tickets: Not included. Approximately €10 for entrance to Diocletian’s Palace and churches
Cancellation policy: 80% refund with at least 7 days notice, 50% refund with at least 4 days notice, and no refund with less than 4 days notice. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, and gratuities.
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