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Travel Tips to Pula (PUY)
Pula: Impressive City with Lots to See
Pula is near the southern tip of the Istria peninsular. The Croatian city on the Adriatic enthrals because of its many historical sites as well as its location. It is also famous for its annual film festival that has been in existence since the 50s. Admire the sights for yourself with a flight to Pula.
Augustus Temple: A Roman Relic
The famous Augustus Temple in Pula was built between the first and 14th years after Christ. You’ll find in in the “Republic Square” which is generally known as the “Forum”. Apart from the impressive exterior, it is worth looking at the interior of the temple. There is a small exhibition there where amongst other things, ancient Roman portrait busts and stone statues can be seen.
Pula Amphitheatre Pula: Old Walls Lived Anew
The amphitheatre in Pula is not only the trademark of the city, but is also the sixth largest Roman arena in the world. In ancient times about 26,000 spectators could watch proceedings. The imposing building was constructed as long ago as the first century. In the summer, there is a great variety of events here like classical concerts and film showings. A feature is the impressive arcade arches which are over 30 metres tall. Tip: Admire the amphitheatre at night because the building is illuminated in the dark which gives the impression of having landed right back in the past.
Archaeological Museum of Istria: Impressive Archaeological Collection
The Archaeological Museum was founded as long ago as 1902. It presents to its visitors more than 3,000 exhibits which come not just from the Istria of antiquity but also from the middle ages. Admire and immerse yourself in times long past. Book one of the flights to Pula with FlyDoha and experience the sights of the city and the Adriatic for yourself.