Be prepared to be amazed . This beautifully preserved Amphitheater allows one to go back in time and envision what the gladiators went through. The town of Pula is spectacular. We will be back next summer
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We were fortunate to have a terrific guide from Pula who really knew the amphitheatre. Many of the details dealing with the architecture and why it was built that way was very intriguing. Following this we toured the town and its sites and actually saw...More
The Arena in Pula is 1 of 200 surviving Roman amphitheatres, being in the top 6 size wise makes it a worth while trip. The price is reasonable knowing the full cost is going towards keeping this fantastic site open for many more years. I...More
Lovely complex ,clean and nice staff, bus route into Paula,shops on complex clothes shops etc big hotel on complex a few swimming pools wasn't much entertainment on when we were there but it was out off season
Did not take tour, but perimeter walk gives many views and picture opportunities with good views of both exterior and interior. Well lit at night and worth a walk round also. Apparently second largest colosseum in existence and in many ways appears in better condition...More
Must see and definitely GO inside as there is so much more on the inside. DON'T just look in from the road you will regret it.
We have seen several arenas in different countries and this is probably the best preserved one. We thought it was definitely worth the entrance fee to walk around inside and to see the underground area. While it is smaller than Rome's, it is more intact...More
The Arena is the must see place to visit in Pula. It's very well preserved and you can walk round the outside and take pictures. However, it's well worth paying the entry fee to go inside and visit the underground museum. Afterwards, have a local...More
I highly recommend spending an hour here and getting the audio tour. It is one of the best preserved arenas in the world.