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Pula (PUY) lies on the southernmost tip of the Istrian peninsula and is the largest city in Istria. The city may not yet be known as a city break destination, but it still offers its visitors some interesting sights and destinations in the surrounding area. While the countryside becomes a little more barren towards the eastern coast, the southern and western coasts are more tourist-centric. If you would like to discover the prettiest corners of the city, you can do this relatively easily on foot as many of the sights are within walking distance of one another. The best times to travel are March, April, September and October. Temperatures can hit 28 degrees in the summer months, which is not always best for a city trip.
Despite being relatively unknown, Pula (PUY) has some wonderful sights to offer. Book your Pula (PUY) flights now and go on an exciting journey of discovery. The amphitheatre should be interesting for culture lovers in particular. This Roman building is one of the most important sights in the whole region. The Pula (PUY) Arena, where gladiatorial contests were held in Roman times, is near the amphitheatre. Other interesting sights include the Franciscan monastery, the small Roman theatre, the triumphal arch and the market hall in Pula (PUY). Art lovers should take a trip to the city's museum, where there are more than 3,000 displays on the city's history.
If this is your first visit to Pula (PUY), you should take a guided tour through the city as a guide will also be very familiar with the secret nooks and crannies. Book your Pula (PUY) flights now and visit Sergijevaca where there is a Gothic chapel built in the 15th century. Not far from here is Republic Square, which houses the Temple of Augustus in its centre. In central Pula (PUY) is the historical Cathedral of the Assumption. The city's old town hall, built in 1296, is one of the most important historical buildings.