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The ancient city of Pula

Visiting the ancient city of Pula in Istria is like stepping back in time while basking in the beauty of the Adriatic coast. This historic gem is renowned for its remarkably preserved Roman architecture, with the star attraction being the awe-inspiring Pula Arena, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheaters in the world.

As you wander through Pula's charming streets, you'll encounter well-preserved temples, arches, and gates, each whispering tales of the city's rich past. The Pula Forum, a central square flanked by historical buildings, is a must-see, offering a glimpse into daily life in ancient times.

Beyond its Roman heritage, Pula boasts a vibrant Mediterranean atmosphere. Whether you're a history enthusiast or a sunseeker, Pula's unique blend of antiquity and natural beauty makes it a captivating destination that beckons you to explore and experience its timeless allure.

This is an afternoon/evening tour that starts by our driver picking you up at 17:00 in the afternoon and transfering you to Pula in our air-conditioned van or minibus. There you will meet our tour guide that will give you a tour of the city that ends at approximately 20:00. Then you will have free time to explore the city on your own and grab a cup of coffee or a tasty gellato. We recommend a romantic dinner at one of our partner restaurants and a stroll through the vibrant cobble stone streets afterwards. At 23:00 our driver will pick you up on one of the two designated locations and return you to your accommodation.

Price of the tour: 98€ per person

Included: Tasting of olive oil, truffle products and Istrian brandy, local tour guide, transport van, free time for exploring on your own
Duration: Approximately 8 hours
Physical demand: Easy, suitable for all age groups