Explore the largest town on the Istrian peninsula where you’ll find a plethora of surprises around every corner. Intriguing Pula Arena, the only surviving Roman amphitheater with four side towers, is a fascinating place to start the trip. As you come across twin gates from the second century, travel back in time. Find out fascinating information about the network of tunnels that almost completely encircles Pula. Admire the magnificent stronghold perched atop a hill in the heart of Pula and learn about the rich history and culture of the community. See the historic Gate of Hercules, which dates back to the first century AD and is the oldest gate in the community. Explore Pula’s central, historic plaza and take in the lively ambiance while living like a native. Explore one of the most stunning ancient monuments, classic Roman art, and an archaeological site. See the famous Augustus Temple in Rome before concluding your tour in the central area.

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  • You will be guided by a local charismatic guide
  • You will hear the stories and legends of the city
  • You will visit charming places


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Amphitheatre/Pula Arena: 10 USD

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Amphitheatre/Pula Arena

    This colosseum once served as the site of many gladiator fights in the middle ages with many of its passages and tools being reconstructed to showcase the lives of the people during its time. Nowadays, it serves as the venue for many different kinds of events for visitors to enjoy ranging from sports competitions, opera, concerts, and more. (Visit from outside)

  • 2

    Twin Gate

    Porta Gemina or the twin gate acts as a remnant of Pula's history for visitors to see and reminisce. The simple, yet harmonious gateway was built at the end of the 2nd century and was once used to be the entrance to the ancient theater the Romans built at that time.

  • 3

    Pula Cathedral

    Pula Cathedral is The Church of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin Mary. The oldest fragments of the building are dated on the 5th AD. Churches have been built on this site since the dawn of Christianity

  • 4

    Temple of Augustus

    Preserved to this day, The Temple of Augustus showcases relics of the past with its construction dedicated to the goddess Roma and Emperor Augustus. Visitors looking for an excellent sightseeing and photogenic place can find their time well worth spent visiting this temple.

  • 5

    Arch of the Sergii

    For historians looking to see the traces of the past, this stylistically crafted arch was erected in 27 BC in the honor of Lucius Sergius Lepidus for the battle of Actium, one of the greatest naval engagements in history.

  • 6

    Gradska Trznica Pula

    The best place to taste the local cusine as well as fresh dishes, vegetables, fruits and others

Meeting Point

Guide will meet you by the main entrance of Amphitheatre/Pula Arena.
(Flavijevska ul., 52100, Pula, Croatia) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.