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Day Trips from Pula

by CraigBlair

I am organizing a trip for a group of people from Russia next summer. I want to know if it possible to travel to Venice for the day for Russian citizens if they do not have a Visa to Italy. Can a visa for the day be purchased or does this need to be arranged with local embassies in Russia before our trip. Please advise. Thanks.

Re: Day Trips from Pula

by diocletianvs

Italy is part of the "Schengen Area" and from what I know, there is no such thing as the "Day visa" for Schengen countries.
You need to get visas in Italian embassy in Russia before the trip if you want to visit Italy.

Travel Tips for Pula

The city map

by montezaro

The very detailed plan of the city centre can be seen on the little square in the Istarska ulica, just a foot from Arena. In fact, the city map, in bronze relief, is displayed on the top of the fountain. It might help you a lot in exploring the town of Pula.

Visit the Amphitheathre (named...

by AdrianaYYZ

Visit the Amphitheathre (named after the Emperor Vespasiano). It is very interesting and you can see where the lions used to be kept during the Roman Empire before fighting with the Gladiators - Now the cells are kept as a museum - old amphoras found at the bottom of the Adriatic Sea can be seen in there. You climb up to the top from where you will enjoy the view of the whole city. Now - actually for the last 40 years the Amphiteather has been used for the Film Festival (immagine seeing 'Top Gun' or 'Star Wars' on the biggest screen in the world) and the Opera Season, every Summer - The Three Tenor - Andrea Boccelli - even Maria Callas have passes through -
Rock concerts are also held in the Arena The Film Festival every Summer /////// The long stroll ai Giardini ////// The Dances all’Ulianik ///// The drive Lungomare ////// The sailing at night ///// The walks through the Castle ///// The Exitment of seeing your favourite soccer team (Istra) ////// The picking of the grapes ////// Camping on the islands that sorround Pola – always a different one - ////
Il Cantagiro e Gianni Morandi ////// The drive to Rovigno and Limski Kanal for calamari e pedoci *****
Gli amici drio la Rena ////// La gente sempre in buona vena ///// Di Pola c’e n’e una sola ////// Non serve piu neanche una parola /////

Park by the Sea

by Ekaterinburg

After the overpowering splendour of the Arena we were glad to get back down to earth in a little park by the sea. This park is just a medium-sized green area between Ul Amphiteatarska and Ul Sv Ivana but it's shady and inviting and reveals tantalising glimpses of that blue, blue Adriatic. There are lots of parks in Pula many of them like this one running right down to the sea. In this park was the most striking monument we saw and I hope I'm not inaccurate in describing it as anti -facist. There are scenes of conflict below and the leader triumphantly striking a blow for freedom on top. We examined this monument from behind and moving to the front found it occupied by a group of teenage boys who had a definite look of lads enjoying an unauthorised school-free morning. I contemplated asking them to move so I could take a photo but then decided that the picture would look better if it included them. Later in the day when we passed by here again, they'd gone and the park was now in the hands of small children and their parents.

Colorful buildings


I felt that the central building, with its pale yellow front, the triangular pediments of the windows and the pale grey columns with their orange top, gave with the pastel orange building on its left and the mouse grey building on its right an harmonious sight.

Prementura bell tower


This bell tower is in Premantura, a small village 10 km south to Pula. When you will see the clock tower, you will not be far from Fra-Kat restaurant. Keep driving until you arrive in front of the church shown on next picture.


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