Pula is located at the southwest foot of the Istrian peninsula seven hills and a natural protected bay and harbor, reachable directly from the sea and through Fazana channel. Pula dates back to the 10th century when this area was settled Illyrian tribe Histra, but most remains that today, we may find in the area of the town of Pula are those from ancient times when the city of Pula was the Roman Empire, the most Amphitheater or Pula Arena in which today held a number of events such as: Pula Film Festival, the days of opera, and various concerts. In medieval times it held knights game, and while the Romans gladijatorske struggle. In the underground premises of the permanent exhibition "Olive oil and wine in Istria in ancient times." Apart from the Arena (Pula), are known: Via Flavia (the road that was built during Emperor Vespasian, and is still one of the main city roads), "Golden Gate", the temple on the Forum (now in the function of exhibition space), and numerous streets and monuments, lesser known, but the same cultural values.
Apart from cultural monuments, Pula is extremely attractive to many tourists because of its mild Mediterranean climate, clear sea, and very good traffic connections with the rest of Istria, which allows to visit and other Istrian towns in the vicinity of the town, such as Motovun, Grožnjan and Porec with its plažema. Of course with all that is infallible and the famous "Wine Road". Pula is near the most famous Croatian national park, National park Brijuni, whose beauty, says the fact that dozens of years already resting state leaders from Croatia and the world.
Pula has many coffee bars, and nightlife neizostavan trump tourist offer, especially during the film festival.