Pula Italian Pola Slovene Pulj is a nice town at the tip of the Istrian peninsula Croatia. Its history started about 3000 years ago when it was built by Illyrians. Romans occupied Istria in 177 B.C. After the destruction of Western Roman empire Istrian peninsula was devastated by Ostrogoths. Slavs came in Istria during migration period in 7th century but mostly lived on countryside.
Pula Pola is known as a lively community with good restaurants and cultural events due largely to the fact that the town is home to a university. Pula is also one of the main economic and industrial hubs in this region.
6th largest surviving Roman amphitheatre. Pula a nice town at the tip of the Istrian peninsula. Most tourists visit in the summer months with most tourist trips and restaurants closing between October and May