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The castle is quite a climb upwards but is worth it for the views over Pula and the Arena. If you don't want to go into the castle you can walk round it for very slightly less impressive views but I thought the castle was...More
The best part about the castle is the views from the top. Not much about history of castle, not much to see inside. Great views from the top. We did go to a Croatian Pink Floyd tribute show there one evening and that was very...More
We saw Queen tribute band here from Serbia . It was a great night of entertainment.
The castle itself has great views over Pula . You can see the cranes light up where the shipbuilding industry was -now has just gone into decline and many...More
We enjoyed the fortress views and the maritime museum...worth the effort if you like history. The views are great from the top of the fortress but if that's all you want then I would just walk around the outside of the fortress for free. We...More
For a small fee (£2-3), you can enter the fortress which has a few exhibits inside including artwork, a war veteran's journey and old medicines. The best part is the incredible views from the top of the fortress. You can see out on all four...More
It is a bit of a slog in the summer heat to climb up to this Venetian castle that 'crowns' Pula. We didn't have time to go in, where there is evidently an extensive museum, however you can walk a full circuit around the walls...More
I visited the kastel both during the day and night. It has a lot more atmosphere in the evening and becomes a great view point. Especially to see the cranes in the port that are illuminated and fireworks if your are there during film week...More