The quantity and quality of the things to do in Pula is immense. This city in Croatia gives off an air of ancient Rome and offers tourists a walk through its history and its mythological origins.
Of the first things to see in Pula is the amphitheater-Flavijevska, a place that in the past was home to important gladiators shows. The subterranean passageways are one of the best places to visit in Pula, and are currently used as exhibition halls dedicated to the local wine scene and and culture of the olive. One of the best attractions in Pula, this amphitheater is a a marvel from both inside and outside its walls.
More places to visit in Pula include the Arc de Triomphe of the Sergius, Golden Gate, and the Temple of Augustus, built between 2 BCE and 14 CE. More Pula attractions include the Gate of Hercules, the church and monastery of San Francisco, and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. More Pula attractions include walking along the old medieval walls in which old twin doors built between the second and third centuries are located.
Another of the most popular Pula activities is a visit to see the remains of the mosaic called 'The Punishment of Dirce'. If you are after more stuff to do in Pula, there are many old Roman mosaics that excite visitors and locals alike.
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