Where is Pula Located?
Our guide to the town of Pula in the Istria region of Croatia. Discover the arena of Pula or spend your holidays on the beautiful beaches. Pula is the largest and oldest city in Istria and with its eventful history today also the tourist and cultural centre of the region. Due to the perfect interplay between culture from the Roman period, beautiful bathing bays and a modern tourism offer, it attracts visitors from all over the world every year!
What Country is Pula in?
Pula gained the greatest recognition through the old amphitheatre, also known as the Arena of Pula. The second largest arena of the Roman Empire was built between 2 BC and 14 AD and is the sixth largest of its kind in the world. Furthermore, there are many other sights in Pula that invite you to discover.
During the summer months, there are plenty of events and exhibitions, from art and culture, music concerts to fascinating film festivals, especially in the arena and in various places. No matter what kind of holiday you want to spend here, the city of Pula offers the best conditions for a beautiful holiday on the Croatian Adriatic.
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