Religious Heritage, Museums / Culture, Local Experience, City
Kid Friendly: Yes.
App. 2,5 km walking, some limestone paved streets and some stairs in Amphitheater
Maximum travelers: 10
Croatian (fluent), English (fluent), German (fluent), Bosnian (advanced), Hungarian (conversational), Slovene (conversational), Italian (advanced), Macedonian (basic), Serbian (advanced), Serbo-Croatian (fluent)
Guided walking tour of Pula - Pola
Let me take you round-around around through more than 3000 years old, modern industrial Civitas - PulaPola, an antique port "archetype", where almost all major European cultures lived & interpolated and left something for us up to the present time. The Tour offers guided visit to Ist C. AD, Roman Amphitheater. Includes Roman Forum, Arch of Sergius, Cathedral, plus quite a few sites along the way I keep as a surprise. . . Walk through time from Illyrians via Roman Empire, further to largest beginning 20th Century Mediterranean Military Naval Port to recent high-tec 21st Century Uljanik in this highly interresting City which is combination of ancient and modern. . . Pula is also a recent candidate for UNESCO World Heritage Site, because of its Austro-Hungarian Naval Heritage from the end of XIXth - beginning of XXth Century. Plus lots more from 200000BC to present.
PLEASE NOTE: Flat, almost even 2, 5km walk and some (1 floor down/up, uneven/high steps on almost 2000 years old staircase) in Pula Roman Arena
Roman Amphitheater > Nymphaeum > Cathedral > Roman Forum > Roman Mosaics > Sergius Arch > Green Market
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the entrance of Roman Amphitheater
also available from any place or hotel in Istria, with additional driving and transportation cost (minivan, van, bus etc.)
End location: In Pula City Center
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Guided walking tour of Pula, Guiding in Roman Amphitheater
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 Croatian Kuna - Entrance fee for Roman Amphitheater - 50 Croatian Kuna per person.
Entrance fee for Roman Amphitheater - 50 Croatian Kuna per person.
Cash (local currency Croatian Kuna - HRK) or credit card if you decide to buy some local products and/or souvenirs.
Accommodations, meals and beverages, entrance tickets to museums, attractions etc.
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Matijas was a terrific guide and we had a very enjoyable morning in Pula.