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Though it's now one of the jewels of Croatia’s northernmost Istria region, Pula is, in many ways, Italian in sensibility. Less than two hours by car from Trieste, this city was once Roman, and visiting its exceptionally well-preserved amphitheater, the Pula Arena; the triumphal Arch of the Sergii; and the Temple of Augustus are top things to do in Pula. For those in search of unspoiled beaches and waterfront scenery, the nearby islands of Brijuni National Park and the peninsula of Kamenjak National Park offer the opportunity for a nature escape.

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Pula Arena (Pula Amphitheatre)

Pula Arena (Pula Amphitheatre)

Built under the reign of Emperor Vespasian between 27 BC and AD 67—around the same time as Rome’s Colosseum—Pula Arena (Pula Amphitheatre) is one of the largest Roman amphitheaters in the world. Today, it’s the best-preserved ancient monument in Croatia and is still used as a performance venue that accommodates up to 20,000 spectators.More

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