Pula is a place that offers you a taste of its history, with a rich flavor of Roman and Venetian architecture. The rich history of the town that has seen multiple rulers, showcase a lot of monuments and architectural masterpieces that not only woo one's attention but also speak volumes about the reign of these rulers. From the Forum to the Roman Catholic Cathedral or the ruins from the post WWII era, there is a lot to learn about the place and the diaspora belonging to the native regions of all its rulers that add to its beauty.
A truly urban city, Pula is the largest city on the Istrian Peninsula. The city is located in close vicinity to other major Croatian cities such as Petrovic, while being only a boat ride away from the city of Venice in Italy. The urban city has something in its locker for everyone, a blend of medieval and modern acrchitecture, great history to boast of and a lot of activities for everyone to indulge in. With excellent local and continental food options at some of Istria's best restaurants, cafes and bars tourists can have a blast in Pula. From the visible delight of the Lighting Giants festival to the sipping the special Malvasian wine along with the Coronica Malvazija, a lip-smacking local delicacy should definitely be on your list of things to do when in the Istrian city. Nature and beach lovers can also explore the Cape Kamenjak, the cape of the Istrian peninsula by the Adriatic sea.
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