Pula Croatia is the largest city in Istria County situated at the south of the Istria peninsula, with a population of 57,460 in 2011. It’s noted for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, the absolute most famous of which is the Pula Arena, one of the best preserved Roman amphitheaters, and its beautiful sea. The city includes a long tradition of winemaking, fishing, and tourism. It has been Istria’s administrative center since ancient Roman times too.

The city is best noted for its many ancient Roman buildings, the absolute most famous of which is its 1st-century amphitheater, which is among the six largest Roman arenas in the world and locally referred to as the Arena. This is among the best-preserved amphitheaters and continuously has been used today during summer film festivals. During the World War II, Italian fascist administration was attempting to dismantle the arena and move it to mainland Italy, but the idea was quickly abandoned as a result of costs involved.
Two other notable and well-preserved ancient Roman structures are the 1st-century AD triumphal arch, the Arch of the Sergii and the co-eval temple of Rome and Augustus, built-in in the 1st century.

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The Weather in Pula

Protected from the north by the hill cycle of Alps as effectively, the climate is humid subtropical, really nice, with the best air heat averaging 24 °C (75 °F) throughout September and lowest averaging 6 °C (43 °F), in January. Summers are often warm during the day and colder during the night, although some strange temperature wave patterns are also common.
Usually, there is some moisture in the air. Conditions above 10 °C (50 °F) work for a lot more than 240 days a year. There are two different types of winds here – the bora brings cool and chilly climate from the north in winter, and the southern Sirocco in summer brings rain. The ‘Maestral’ is a summer wind blowing from the inland to the sea.
Just like the remaining portion of the place Pula is noted for their delicate climate, tame beach, and unspoiled nature with on average sunny days of 2,316 hours annually or 6.3 hours each day, having an normal air heat of 13.7 °C (56.7 °F)[23] (6.1 °C (43.0 °F) in January to 26.4 °C (79.5 °F) in July and August) and beach heat from 7 °C (45 °F) to 26 °C (79 °F).

Pula Triumphal Arch

Pula - How to Get There

The airport in Pula Croatia can be found north-east of Pula and serves both domestic and international destinations. Similarly to nearby Rijeka Airport, it is not just a major international destination.
There are direct flights from London and Dublin to Pula during the complete year and some other airports in Western Europe during the summertime time. In 2015 European Coastal Airlines started with a daily seaplane service from the seaplane port in the town’s main waterfront. Destinations by April 2015 are Rijeka and the islands of Rab and Mali Losinj.
A train service also operates in Pula right through to Slovenia, however, the line remains unconnected with the other parts of the state railway.
Pula Croatia Bus Terminus/Terminal is the most important one for Istria and is situated west of the Amphitheatre. They provide outstanding service to a wide variety of local, domestic and international locations and it is available through the entire year. There is also a guaranteed direct line from Pula to Trieste or Venice, especially in spring/summer time.
Ferries also operate from the Pula port area to the all nearest islands, as well as to Venice and Trieste from June till September.




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