Great to visit during the day, awsome during a concert. At night it lights up in colors. Just beautiful.
About The Arena in Pula
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Me and my girlfriend visited Croatia few days ago, and we had a great time. We decided to visit Istria – biggest peninsula in Croatia. When we came there, first we visited Pula, beautiful town with one of the most preserved Roman amphitheatre ‘The Arena...More
On the friends facebook profile i saw few pictures of the interesting Pula Colloseum. I didn't see it, but many of my friends did. So I decided to do it with my cousins from Italy. Pula Colloseum is the part of the Croatian history and...More
I visited this beautiful structure 2 days ago and i was stunned. Can't believe i decided to visit this monnument just now and i live very close to it. Everything was great. Walls sorounding the Arena are just magnificent, there were so many people who...More
Through my friends in Istria me and my family found out about CroatiaPASS ticket. Thanks to the ticket we got a discount for various attractions in this wonderful part of Croatia. It looks spectacular and perfectly shows the history of Croatia in the time of...More
Nice small arena close by city center. Very well preserved. We spend there about 30 min and it was seen. entrance was 50 kunas(if i remember correctly).
This Coliseum is reportedly in better condition than the Coliseum in Rome but somewhat smaller. If you can get back there after dark they do a wonderful job of illumination on the attraction. Located downtown, also ask for directions to the old Roman Gate and...More
Surprisingly well preserved amphitheatre. Despite being the main historical attraction in Istria it was still comparitively quiet. Make sure you don't miss the underground exhibition. There are a couple of cafes with tables right up against the amphitheatre so that you can look down into...More
It looks pretty good, great to see such architecture in Croatia, but to be honest I was not blown away by it. It was alright. Worth the visit if you're in the area, but nothing more than that.