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[22 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The centre of Pula was recently enriched by a small city boutique hotel called Amfiteatar featuring an exquisite restaurant. The hotel, in which more than three million euros were invested, is located less than a hundred metres away from the famous Arena – the Roman Amphitheatre. The building works were completed after a year and the hotel is now leased by Denis Zembo, one of Croatia`s best chefs and the owner of he famous restaurant ‘Le Mandrać’ in Volosko.
The three star hotel has 18 rooms and is decorated in …

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[16 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

After this year`s tourist season, Pula`s hotel company Arenaturist, plans to refurbish the famous hotel Histria in Pula from scratch. In the glorious 1980s this hotel was the pride of Pula, together with the apartments Punta Verudela. These tourist facilities should be able to receive guests next year with more comfort and more stars.
25 million euros will be invested in the hotel and the resort, together with the surrounding infrastructure and above all horticulture. Construction works should be completed in 5 to 6 months. The hotel and resort will …

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[16 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

In the near future there should be a four star hotel constructed in Pula`s marina Veruda, with accompanying facilities and additional berths.
The marina currently has 630 berths and its own charter fleet. In preparations for the new tourist season a lot has been invested in the modernisation of the existing facilities and piers. A new dry berth has been built on a surface of 3000 square metres at the entrance to the marina, which can accommodate between 250 and 300 boats.
A platform has been built on one of the …

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[15 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

Underground tunnels in Pula, which were formerly used as shelters during air raids, are becoming a new tourist attraction of this Istrian city, famous before all, for its Roman amphitheatre Arena. Recently opened for the public was the old Austro-Hungarian underground tunnel close to Dvojna Vrata in the town centre. For now, tourists can tour about 400 of the 900 metre tunnel as well as the central hall from which two more tunnels branch off. In the tunnel, which is governed by the History Museum of Istria, depending on the …

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[14 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The people of Pula are proud of their glorious Roman history and preserved ancient buildings which amaze visitors from all over the world. But perhaps it is most attractive to visit Pula when scenes from its ancient history are played out on the streets which become the stage of a picturesque Roman theatre.
Pula Superiorum – Days of antiquity, is a manifestation which has been held for ten consecutive years, when the 3000 year old town and the Roman amphitheatre Arena ooze with a relaxed ancient atmosphere and staged scenes …