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Pula: The Croatian City of Ancient Ruins, Palaces, and Roman Buildings

Visit Pula: The Croatian City of Ancient Ruins, Palaces, and Roman Buildings (2021)

Pula is located 270 km west of Zagreb city. Pula town is one of the largest towns on the northern coast of Croatia. The town has a population of over 58,000. Pula is known for Ancient Ruins, Palaces, and Roman buildings. Most tourists come to see the ancient Roman Amphitheatre that is known as the Pula Arena. Pula: The Croatian City of Ancient Ruins, Palaces, and Roman Buildings

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Pula is also known for its shipbuilding and fishing industry. The tourist from neighboring European countries frequently come to Croatia for a few days and often prefer to stay at Pula to enjoy the hospitality of the city and enjoy the coastal life.

Tourists during their stay, at Pula, visit the Venetian fortress, temples, and Byzantine chapel that is spread around the city.

The other places to see around the Pula town are beautiful beaches, the countryside, and National Park. Most tourists in Pula spend a day at the beach and participate in water sports like swimming in the sea, snorkeling, fishing, sailing, and canoeing.