Pula - Tourist guide

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Pula is the largest city of Istria, situated at the southern end of the Istrian peninsula, in a well protected bay. Like the rest of the region, it is known for its moderate climate, calm sea, and preserved nature. The city has a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism, and it is also a transit port. The earliest records of permanent settlement in the town of Pula originate from the 10th c. B.C.
Pula is a city with a cultural mix of people and languages from the Mediterranean and Central Europe, from ancient and contemporary time. Pula's architecture also reflects these layers of history. Make sure to visit the Archaeological Museum and the Historical Museum of Istria, the amphitheater from the first century that hosts various cultural events, the Temple of Augustus, library, Istrian National Theatre, the triumphal Sergei's Arch, the Temple of Rome and Augustus, and Hercules Double doors, chapels and churches together with many other beauties that this city abounds with. The Pearl of the national parks Briuni is also in the nearby.
Pula offers accommodation in numerous hotels, villas, apartments and private rooms, campsites. Be sure to visit Fesival Croatian Film and Pop Music Festival in the Arena (in July) and Art & Music Festival - the rock music festival in August.

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