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The Arena in Pula

Scalierova Ulica 30, Pula, Croatia
+385 52 219 028
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The Arena in Pula is a 1st century Roman amphitheatre. The arena is the 6th largest in the world.
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Scalierova Ulica 30, Pula, Croatia
+385 52 219 028
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Reviewed yesterday

The Istrian Province of Croatia is one of the most exquisite and picturesque places I have had the pleasure of visiting. The scenery will leave you quite breathless and the people are friendly, helpful, immensely proud of their country, and only too delighted to expound...More

Thank Maria N
Reviewed yesterday

This is a really interesting Roman remain in a very interesting small city. The good thing about this arena is that you can walk around the outside of it and take pictures etc with having to pay in. I think they hold concerts there and...More

Thank Lochlainneach
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We loved it here spent time just sitting down and taking it all in amazing don't miss it if planing your trip 😊

Thank b00h00
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a marvel of Roman architecture, of course similar to the Colosseo but with a single row of arches (I would prefer it to the bigger Roman counterpart because of the more tranquil surroundings, as well as the Amphitheater of El Jem that is...More

Thank dringdilara
Reviewed 3 days ago

You really can't visit Pula without taking in this amazing roman relic, one of the six largest surviving Roman amphitheatres in the world. Impressive from the outside and inside. It seemed fitting whilst we were there that preparations were being made for the Ironman 70.3...More

Thank DebraT957
Reviewed 3 days ago

Dominating the town scape you cannot fail to be impressed with this Roman arena. Entry is 50 Kuna, there is an audio guide available for another 40 Kuna, we found this informative, be prepared however to leave some form of security at the kiosk, very...More

Thank lindilou22
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is certainly a place to visit in Pula. Hide arena dominating the town. Even if history is not for you , you can't failmto be impressed.

Thank Pam D
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This was one of the best parts of the city centre. There's a exhibition and gift shop as well. Really interesting history, good to have a wander around and take photos.

Thank Jenny M
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you come to Pula, this is the only thing you need to see in the city. Is a good half day. the architecture is pretty amazing.

Thank WineConn
Reviewed 5 days ago

we went to Pula for the day and this was our first stop, Its a great attraction lots to see even underground, It cost 50KN to enter, you get a little map with English descriptions and information, you can also hire a recorded guide hand...More

Thank le16explorer
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Kerry B
16 September 2017|
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Response from Rantin rover | Reviewed this property |
The games were only held on certain days between 8 June and 11 September 2017 and are held in the evening. For details try Googling "Spectacvla Antiqva Pula". Didn't see them ourselves so no idea how they compare to London... More
Yudit F
9 July 2017|
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Response from nummynum | Reviewed this property |
we had 3 Kids, 3, 5 and 11. It's a little scary as it's very real but we explained it was a game and they enjoyed it. bring lots of water as it is very warm. We bought tickets earlier in the day. It's very very busy at... More