We Love Pula!
Pula - 3000 Years of History and Stunning Nature to Discover
The turbulent history of the city, at times dominated by Histrians, Romans, Venetians (1331-1797), Napoleon (1805-1813) and the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (1798-1805 and 1813-1918) is prevalent in the city. The landmark of Pula is the very well-preserved Roman amphitheater, which still serves its original purpose of entertainment for the masses. There is a host of events taking place at the iconic venue throughout the summer season.
Walking through the city, there are, temples, gates and the triumphal arch at the Portarata Square all stemming from Roman times. The forum is also a good place to imagine life in this era. If you look carefully, you will also discover a number of Venetian lions on stones church walls and other medieval buildings in the city.
Discover the Stunning Coastline by Boat
Pula offers tens of kilometers of different beaches. We have listed the most popular beaches among local residents in the article The Most Popular Beaches in Pula, but we also recommend the beaches along the Lungomare. The beautiful, long and varied coastline of the city and its surroundings from Medulin to Fazana is one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the country. Our tip for exploring are private or public boat tours from the ports of the city. You can book snorkeling, dolphin, Brijuni, party and other tours right here on inistrien.de.
Enjoy an make the most of your stay!