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About Pula
Lying on the southern end of the Istria peninsula in the Adriatic Sea, the quaint Pula is an ancient city, dating back to the age-old Roman times. Ruled over the centuries by a number of government powers, the city of Pula offers glorious history with a tinge of Venetian and Roman architecture. Urbanized to a significant extent, Pula makes for the Istrian Peninsula’s largest city. The vibrant city of Pula is packed with a myriad of architectural masterpieces and monuments that are sure to offer a treat to the eyes of the visitors.

Pula blends perfectly it's medieval charm with its modern glory to present before the world the best things of both the worlds. Packed with scenic sights and picturesque beaches, Pula is a true delight for the nature lovers. Offering impressive roman ruins on one side and the best of glorious culture on the other, Pula tops the list when it comes to ranking the most beautiful places in Croatia. Pula attracts tourists with its heritage monuments, the Pula Film Festival, and excellent restaurants. Some of the best tourist attractions in Croatia that you can see in Pula city, include The Arena, The Pula Cathedral, Temple of Augustus, and Brijuni National Park.

While in Pula city, you can marvel at the brilliant Roman architecture of its fortifications, monasteries, arches, and cathedrals. You can also spend time relishing Malvasia wine and the exotic Coronica Malvazija. You can also unwind at the cape of the Istrian peninsula. Pula enjoys warm weather in summers with the temperature remaining lower for the rest of the year. The best time to visit Pula is summer, when you can do sightseeing, swim at the pristine white sand beaches, and enjoy various musical events.
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