Croatia is a country of great heritage, with significant lumps of past civilizations lying around in its major cities. Pula’s amphitheatre and Split’s Roman palace are just two of the most obvious examples. What is perhaps less well known is the sheer multitude of archeological sites scattered around the country including Salona, the former capital of Roman Dalmatia, Burnum, the 1st-century Roman military camp or the Augusteum of Narona, a temple complex that honoured the Emperor Augustus.

Map showing all the archaeological sites and museums I have visited in Croatia: