We very much enjoyed visiting here! We got some beautiful pictures of the arena against the blue sky! Our teenage son did the audio tour and then told us afterwards many details that he learned. We highly recommend going here!
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It is really profound expirience to see building that stands for 3000+ years and that you know that here was gladiators fight and that Arena has such old and rich history.... just something you need to see if you come to Pula.
Could not park our car because coins are required. We spent 50 minutes of walking into nearby shops and trying to get change. Nobody wanted to help us. We bought something small at the gasstation nearby to get change after asking if we could change....More
Very well preserved Roman amphitheatre, especially the outer structure. Not as big as that one in Rome, but the arches are way better preserved and they look magnificent. Entry fee is 50 croatian kunas. Opening time in april was 8.00-20.00. Once inside, you can walk...More
The Amphitheater is the most famous monument in Pula. Built of stone blocks. Walking around you can realize the magnificent construction made in the 1st century AD and it is in very good good conditions. Bring confortable walking shoes and camera!
Took a bus ride from Medulin to Pula to see the Arena. A magnificent structure and well worth the visit. Wandering around Pula also proved to be interesting.
This was built in 1 Century and is very complete. Made of limestone, partially cleaned to show how white it really is, it is still in use for concerts. Below the rooms that were for the gladiators are filled with information, and the map that...More
This amphitheater is really well maintain, you can breath history once you are in, is quite small compare to others, but really handy 1 hour is more than enough to walk it, price is quite fair & the best is that is really handy to...More