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Pula lies at the southern tip of the peninsula of Istria and is the largest city in the region. Pula's unspoiled natural surroundings are breathtaking, set beneath seven hills and with views of the Adriatic. Renowned for its mild climate and calm, fine sea.
Pula also has a long history of viticulture, fishing and shipbuilding. There are also many ancient Roman buildings here, including the well-preserved, beautiful amphitheater.
In addition, Pula has a long history of winemaking, fishing and shipbuilding. It also houses many antique Roman buildings, including the well-preserved, magnificent amphitheater.
A wealth of Roman art elevates from the humdrum otherwise-workaday Pula (former Polonium; Pola in Italian). The show's highlight is the surprisingly well-preserved Roman amphitheater, right in the city's center, which dominates the streetscape and doubles as a venue for summer concerts and festivals.
Historical attractions aside, Pula is a busy seaside commercial city that has managed to maintain a friendly appeal from the small town. In the resorts that surround the Verudela Peninsula to the south, a series of beaches awaits only a short bus ride away. While marred by residential and holiday projects, the coast is dotted with scented pine groves, seaside cafes and a decent restaurant clutches.
Pula's party people head here to meet like-minded souls in the daytime cafe or dance till dawn in the evening disco rooms. And it's not far from the town center.
While local law forbids the opening of city-center bars after midnight, Pula has a variety of sociable and picturesque locations just outside the city center.
The country is a tourist hub. For this reason, the transport system is well developed and matches up to the best in the world. If you would like to marvel in the wonders of the numerous tourist destinations in the country without a hurry you might want to consider getting a self-drive vehicle.
The best choice will be to contact a cheap rental car company and rent a car. Other travel options include buses, taxis and trains.
Most visitors flock the country from April to September months. The weather is still too cold for any April swimming, but in April, the city of Split is typically warm and cheap. What you need is to rent a car and fly to any location you want whenever you want.
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Everything went super well. I had a great car and the rental team was very helpful and kind. Big recommendation!