Opcina Pula
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Opcina Pula Travel Guide

Opcina Pula is a city in Istria, Croatia. It has many popular attractions, including Amphitheatre de Pula, Temple Of Augustus, St. Nichola's Church, making it well worth a visit.
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What to Do
Looking for things to do in Opcina Pula? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
Amphitheatre de Pula
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Old Town
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Port of Rovinj
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Kamenjak National Park
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Temple Of Augustus
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Arco dei Sergi
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Brijuni Islands
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Chiavalon Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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Il Mercato di Pola
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Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in Opcina Pula, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
Ribarska Koliba Resort
4.3/518 Reviews
Park Plaza Arena Pula
5.0/542 Reviews
Park Plaza Histria Pula
D&A Center Apartments
4.4/52 Reviews
Crazy House Hostel
4.0/57 Reviews
Hotel Galija
3.7/524 Reviews
Boutique Suites Joyce
4.3/512 Reviews
Adrion Aparthotel
4.7/512 Reviews
Hotel Grand Brioni
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Hotel Scaletta
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Hostel Antique
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pula Arena
Pula market
pula is the eight larger cities in Croatia,located at the peninsula of Istria.The old town of Pula have great spot to take picture,lots of restaurant and sovernier shop and great place to shop
pula marina is a great place to see sunset,beautiful scenery .
In the summer I was able to explore new places by driving all over Eastern Europe by car. This is what I found in Croatia. A wonderful colosseum like the one in Rome. Exactly located in Pula in Dalmatia. A beautiful place by the sea. Perfect for summer vacations!
The Arena of Pula, the amphitheatre of Pula is one of the six largest Roman arenas in the world. It is also the only arena in the world that completely preserves all Roman architecture. Built between 27 BC and 68 AD, this building is the largest and best preserved historical site in Croatia. The arena was used mainly for fighting performances. This magnificent Roman period ruin once accommodated 20,000 spectators. Nowadays, the arena is used as a venue for many cultural events in the summer, standing in an empty arena, imagining the hustle and bustle of the old people and the fierce fighting of the gladiators. The historical site of Croatia is only the first stop, it has been shocking.