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Bus from Pula to Rovinj

by erc1

We will be on a cruise in May stopping in Pula for the day (May 13). Our ship will anchor and we will come into the port by tender. How far is it to the Bus Station to get a bus to Rovinj? Is it walking distance? How often do Buses go between Pula & Rovinj and what is the approximate fare?

Re: Bus from Pula to Rovinj

by K_V_B

What I remember from last time (I once arrived in Rovinj by boat from Venice) is that the bus station is indead walkable from the port. Tovinj isn't a very big plave. Buses to Pula run regularly, about one every hour or so.

Re: Bus from Pula to Rovinj

by misseille

Pula-Rovinj 06.30/10,00/11.30/12.00/13.00/13.30/13.45/15.30

Travel Tips for Pula

History
...

by VictoriaM.

History
Pula is located in Croatia, on the Istrian
peninsula. Istria, with its 1100 square miles,
and 200,000+ inhabitants is the largest
peninsula in Croatia, situated in the northern
Adriatic (a smaller northwestern part of Istria
is in Slovenia). Istria is known for its gently
rolling scenery, pleasant climate, good wines,
coastal tourist resorts, and beautiful beaches.
Its main economic center is Pula, a city of
70,000+ people, situated on its south-western
shore, around one of the most beautiful bays
in the Adriatic.
The geographical setting was certainly a big factor in Istria's historical development.
This is a place where Slavic, Romanic, and Germanic cultures touch each other, from
the times they first 'met', some time between the late antique period, and the
beginning of the middle ages.
The oldest traces of human life (about 1 million B.C) in this part of Europe were
discovered in the cave Sandalj near Pula. There are many discoveries from neolithic
times (6000-2000 B.C.), best documented through remains of pottery from that period.
The first mention of the name Pula, in its plural form as 'Polai', occurred in the III
century B.C., in the work of Greek poets Callimachus and Lycophron in the
mythological story of Jason and Medea. Jason, of course, stole the golden fleece, and
with the help of Medea run away. Colchis were chasing them, but could not catch
Jason, a very skilled sea traveler. They didn't dare to return without the golden fleece,
so they settled in the upper Adriatic, where the Illiric tribe lived, and named the city -
The City of Refuges, in their language - Polai. Centuries later greek pottery was
found, as well as parts of a statue representing Apollo, and some other traces of
Greek culture.

Arena

by montezaro

Arena, the Roman amphitheatre, is the emblem of Pula. It is situated in the centre of the town, very close to the port and in the walking distance from all other historical sights of Pula. The building is very well preserved and is considered as one of the best preserved, of a kind, in whole the world.

Let's Go In, Shall We...

by coceng

The first sight for me in capturing the wall of the Amphitheater. It looked so nice & impressive; touching the limestones that made of these wall made me feel that I could go back in times ! Listening to the roars, cheers & jeers of the gladiator events taken place here long ago.
Sorry, I am not talking about Rusell Crowe here...look for him elsewhere !

More colorful buildings

by JLBG

These two buildings wear a more sober look. But, again, it is a symphony of pastel colors with on the left, a light but rich caramel front and on the right a distinguished pale grey with strips of pale blue-grey. A pleasure for the eyes !

Arheoloski muzej Istre

by montezaro

ArheoloĆĄki muzej Istre, Archaeological Museum of Istra, is the place where you can learn more about the history of the Istria region. It displays valuable exibits, from pre-historic times, Illyric times to Roman times of Istria when the city of Pula became very important place in the imperium.
Do not miss it when visiting Pula.

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