Things to see and do - Pula
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Pula Travel guide
Pula : Michelin's recommendations
The rhythm of this lively city of shipyards is unmistakably Mediterranean. Dotted with splendid ancient monuments (amphitheatre, double gate, forum, etc), it stands on a site which was already prized by the Romans in the 2C BC. The dark blue water of its bay is lined with exuberant vegetation where cedars and olive trees take pride of place. Heaven for strollers!
Tourist attractions Pula : Things to see and do
Uspon svetog Stjepana HR - 52100 Pula
This triumphal arch, built in the late 1C and decorated with finely carved motifs depicting bunches of grapes (interior façade of the arches), stands at the end of Sergius Street. Known as the "Golden Gate" (Portarata) by the town's inhabit..
Carrarina 3 HR - 52100 Pula
This museum has three beautiful archaeological exhibits, including the floor mosaic representing two cockerels, found in a 1C Roman villa, and the superb pergola, whose interlacing is characteristic of "early Croatian" art. On the second fl..
Ulica Amfiteatarska HR - 52100 Pula
The emblematic Pula monument perches on a hill overlooking the port, beyond the ramparts of the Roman city. Built in the early 1C, then extended under the Flavians (69-96), this is one of the best-preserved in the Roman world. Its originality lies in..
Amfiteatarska 6 HR - 52100 Pula
A few steps from the Pula Arena amphitheatre and Pula Marina, this hotel offers stylish, air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs and free internet. Mediterranean cuisine is served in the restaurant. Hotel Amfiteatar’s spacious rooms are decorated..
Tommaseova 10 HR - 52100 Pula
Dobrićeva 6 HR - 52100 Pula
Centrally located in Pula just steps away from its most famous sights, Hotel Omir offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. The 1st-century Roman amphitheatre Arena can be reached in a 5-minute walk. Each room has wooden furnishings..