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Pula Mini Guide
Pula is a city in the county of Istria in Croatia. Its history dates back to Roman times and there is a fantastic old amphitheatre there which is now used for holding events and concerts.
Other amazing landmarks are the Temple of Roma and Augustus as well as the Arch of Sergii. The area is also famous for having a fantastic coastline and many regions of natural beauty.
The main industries there were fishing and shipbuilding, though the excellent wines have also been made in Pula for hundreds of years. Today though tourism is the main draw to this attractive city which sits at the south of the Istria peninsula.
One of the best reasons for going to Pula is the weather and a gentle Mediterranean climate means that temperatures never get too high or too low. The lowest temperature in January is about 10 degrees Celsius and at the height of summer it reaches 28 degrees Celsius.
It is also used as a base for those who want to go skiing in the nearby Alps Mountains and if you are hiring a car with the purpose of going skiing we can assist you with necessary additions such as ski racks and snow tyres.
More than 62,000 people live there and although most of them are Croatians there is a real mix of ethnicities including Italians, Slovenians and Serbians.
Like many great cities Pula was built around seven hills and it also has an excellent strategic position because it was possible to build a port there.