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More About Pula

Pula is a large regional centre with a wealth of Roman ruins to explore. The highlight is a remarkably well preserved Roman amphitheatre that dominates the town centre and is often the scene of concerts and shows.

Despite the busy commercial life, Pula retains an easy-going small-town appeal. The nightlife, restaurants and cultural activity are the best in Istria.

Although there are no beaches within the city, a short bus ride takes you south to the resorts on the Verudela Peninsula.

Venezia Lines ferry connects Pula with Venice five times a week, travel time is around 3hr.

Hydrofoil services operate from the wharf both around the Croatian coastline, and across to Venice. These are pricey, though provide a quick journey and provide some great views.

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To Do & See in Pula

The Roman Arena
The Arena, the 6th largest surviving Roman amphitheatre. Towering over the nearby buildings this huge structure was barely saved from destruction several times during its life, mostly by various Venetians with plans to take it to Venice stone by stone as demonstration of the might of the Venetian empire. Many stones were taken to build houses and other structures around Pula, but fortunately this practice was stopped before the whole structure was destroyed. Entry (20 kn) gives you access to wander the inside of the Colosseum and visit the caverns beneath. The audio tour is very worthwhile.

The Forum is the main square in the center of the city. The square is built on the place of the ancient Roman forum. On the square there is city hall that was built in 10th century (parts of an old temple were used for the building as it can be seen on the rear side of the hall) and the Temple of August, from the first century.

Visit Brijuni. Group of islands famous for their scenic beauty. They are a holiday resort and a Croatian National Park. They were also setlement in roman times and were part of Republic of Venice. There is also now famous Tito (leader of former Yugoslavia) residence. Boats go from small town near Pula named Fažana .

Go on Fish picnic. You can take a walk through local marina and check out timetables and prices. Prices are usually around 30€ (250hrk)per person.

Visit Pula Film Festival takes place in Arena and lasts from 18th to 25 july.

Walk down the Sergijevaca street where are many small shops, souvenir shops, bars and even sweet shops.
Spend a whole day on beaches of Kamenjak, near Premantura (8km from Pula). This peninsula is southernmost point of Istria, and features stunning landscapes and protected nature.

Discover abandoned Austro-hungarian fortresses, constructed just before WWI, when Pula was most fortified city in Europe. Some of those fortresses are hidden in the forests, and some are now occupied by Pula residents for different purposes, including Punta Christo, which operates as a summer club and music festival venue.


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