Historical guided tour

Approximately 1 hour

Istria is the largest peninsula in Croatia and is situated in the northern Adriatic. Known for its wonderful climate, specialist wines, gorgeous beaches, and coastal tourist resorts, Istria is a destination not to be missed!

The island’s economic center, Pula, is situated on the south-western shore amongst a beautiful bay.

Historically, this is a place where Slavic, Romanic, and Germanic cultures first merged somewhen between the late antique period and the start of the middle ages. Over past centuries, Pula has overcome numerous invasions, first by the Romans, then the Venetians, then by allied forces during World War II. Al of these have left notable marks on the city.

The island’s most popular attraction is the ancient Ampitheater that resembles those found in Rome.

You will see

Your tour is likely to begin at the Pula Arena Ampitheater- the only remaining Roman amphitheater to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved. This makes it one of just six largest surviving Roman arena in the world, and the best-preserved ancient monument in Croatia.

Furthermore, you’ll see the Church of Saint Anthony along your journey. This Romanesque style church has a strong structure that has beautifully survived the test of time. It was built by famous specialists, including architect Eng. Guido Brass, and stone master Sebastiano Bianchini, along with other notable experts. The tower’s 45m height mean it can be seen clearly from all corners of the city.

You will see

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