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This 3000 year old Croatian town is situated at the tip of the Istrian peninsula. Occupied by Romans since the 2nd century BC this historical town is steeped in historical architecture from the famous surviving Roman Amphitheatre to the 17th century castle. Pula has so many things to see and do. Go for a Fish picnic through the local marina or visit the group of islands Brijuni famous for there beautiful scenery. Or visit the arena from the 18th 25th of July for the Pula film festival.
Take a walk down Sergijevaca Street with its many shops, bars and sweet shops. Of an evening you can relax at one of the great restaurants for either a pizza at the Jupiter near the Arena or find the elegant restaurant Gina. Pula is an internationally known popular destination due to its beautiful surrounding countryside and turquoise Adriatic water.
It offers things to tourists like its great beaches, fishing, cliff diving, sailing to unspoiled coves and islands and not forgetting the interesting wreck dives to World War I ships and ancient Roman galleys. With such easy access to this town through direct flights to Pula airport and bus routes from the main cities of Split and Zagreb, this jewel of the Adriatic is not to missed as a summer destination.