The largest city of the Istrian county has mild climate, natural wealth, eye and soul paradise, a long tradition in the city, a win-win for winemaking and fishing – all contributed to Pula being the administrative headquarters of Istria since the Roman period.

Take advantage of every moment at your disposal to breathe the spirit of this city, strolling through vibrant streets of the sun and happiness. Keep in mind that you move on the pavement with which the emperors once walked, so stop for a moment and allow that feeling to overwhelm you. Breathe in Paul.

Whatever side you are going to be, you will be impressed with the beauties in front of you: Pulski Amphitheater, Archbishop of Sergijevac, August’s Temple, Roman Theater, fortress at Kaštela, forum, Roman mosaic, Marija Formosa, Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas, the double door, the archeological and historical museum will tell the story of a city where even ancient Rome can be applauded. The celebrated film festival reminds all nostalgists of the place, which was the center of the film on the ex Yu space, and the beaches, in any case, the images of the blue Adriatic speak more than words.

The Pula Amphitheater is something you should not miss if you are in this town. The history of the twentieth century tells stories and sings songs you can not even imagine, and still holds true for one of the best-preserved world amphitheaters.

The patron of the town of Pula, Herkul, got its doors in the 1st century AD, and you can see it today at the same place, over 4 meters high and over 3.5 meters wide.