Pula is not only the largest and oldest city of Istria, but also the economic and cultural center of the region. The history of the Roman past is the well-preserved and magnificent amphitheater. It is one of the most important sights of the city, and is still a major event venue. Absolutly worth seeing is the lively town square, also known as the Forum, where the famous Augustus Temple is located.
|Top Bus Trips to Pula|
|Frankfurt am Main - Pula||from 62.00 €*||Karlsruhe - Pula||from 55.00 €*|
|Mannheim - Pula||from 61.00 €*||München - Pula||from 37.00 €*|
|Stuttgart - Pula||from 52.00 €*||Augsburg - Pula||from 49.00 €*|
|Pforzheim - Pula||from 55.00 €*||Ulm - Pula||from 51.00 €*|
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A lot of bathing pleasure on the Adriatic coast one can found everywhere in and around Pula, from pebbly beaches to sunbathing lawn there are not only beaches for every taste, but also several popular water sports. The summer months are a highlight for art and culture. One of the most famous events is the Outlook Festival, where the Croatian port city is transformed into a party metropolis for a week.