Pula

Pula is one of the oldest towns in Istria. The city of rich history that dates back over 3000 years. According to the size of structed coast and level of equipment, Pula is the largest and most important sea port in Istria and the well-protected Pula Bay places it among the best natural harbors on the Adriatic. Access to the town is possible by various means of transport and especially it should be pointed that in the immediate vicinity of Pula (6 km) is airport equipped for international air traffic.

Attractions in Pula

National park Brijuni
1. National park Brijuni - 3 bigger and 12 smaller islands make the archipelago of Brijuni, located in the south-west coast of Istria. Brijuni are particular for their dense Mediterranean vegetation, safari park with inhabitated by rare animals and many archeological remains from the Roman, or more specifically the Byzantine, era.

The heritage of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
2. The heritage of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy - A tour of the Austro-Hungarian civilan architecture and military fortifications, boat trip, tour of the military-religious facility.

Amphiteater in Pula
3. Amphiteater in Pula - surely one of the most significant cultural and historical inheritance in Istria, from the Roman age. The amphiteater in Pula was built in the first century, from the time of the emperor Vespazijan, and by its size is the 6th in th World. During that time, the amphiteater was used as a theater for gladiator fights, whereas today it is used as stage for various cultural events, mostly concerts.