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Schiavuzzijev prilaz 24, Pula, ., Croatia
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Travelling Pula to Split and back up

by Emmmmm


in a couple of week sI am taking my family with three kids to Pula to see a freind and then we have arranged to get a car down to Split in a day in order to get on a boat and do some islands. Does anyone know the best and cheapest way of going back from Split (or possibly Zadar) to Pula bearing in mind we have three kids with us aged 10,11 and 15. The car hire is much more expensive going up and I've already booked it coming down! We have two days to get there, leaving either on a Sunday pm or travelling on the Monday. I believe there might be a ferry but does anyone know what kind of cost is involved? Thanks

Re: Travelling Pula to Split and back up

by TheWanderingCamel

There is no ferry between Split and Pula, and the ferry from Split to Rijeka only goes twice a week, leaving Split on Wednesday and Saturday evening and arriving in Rijeka the next morning. No ferries go between Zadar and Rijeka.

If you don't want to hire a car and drive again, you have the option of train or bus.

The train goes from Split to Rijeka - you'd need to then catch a bus to Pula
Here's the timetable -

There are 3 direct buses a day, and it takes about 10 hours. You could break the journey, leaving Sunday afternoon and travelling north, (Zadar's probably your best bet) and then picking up another bus in the morning - there are 2 daily buses from Zadar to Pula, at 8 and noon - otherwise you have to change in Rijeka. The fare would not really be affected by breaking the journey
This website (the Split bus station)
is very user-friendly and you can easily

I'm afraid I can't help you with the cost of the fares.

Re: Travelling Pula to Split and back up

by JanesWorld

Also, please give full details of your car hire quote for the return leg, maybe we can come up with a better deal.

Travel Tips for Pula

Twin gate


Dvojna vrata (Twin gate) was built between the first and the second century AD. The Roman way from Pula to Rijeka passed under this gate.

Behind these gates, the archeological museum has been installed in a building built during when Austria was ruling the country.

Arena 2

by croisbeauty

The building achieved its final form and appearance somewhat before the year 80, in the time of emperor Titus Flavius Vespasianus. The amphitheatre of Pula was completed at the same time as the famous Colloseum in Rome.
The monumental stone mantle of the amphiteatre and the basic substructures, which anebled levelling of the terrain on the west side, have been preserved, while the substructures of the western part of the auditorium are preserved at the level of archaeological presentation.

visit Amphitheater: 7.30-21.00...

by Arcenciel

visit Amphitheater: 7.30-21.00 15KN students 8KN. From the bus station head west Itarska for 100 m. This is one of the great Roman ruins still intact today, and perhaps Croatia's most popular tourist attraction after Dubrovnik. Built when the Romans settled here around 1AD, this Amphitheater (like the colleseum) housed gladiator contests and other events. Today, top music artists such as Sting and U2 play inside of it. Italian tourists love to see what their forefathers had made. This is a must see. Highly Rec

The Temple of Augustus

by Ekaterinburg

The most amazing thing about this temple is that it was completely destroyed by a bomb in 1944 and by 1947 was standing again, perfectly reconstructed. There were originally two temples here and the remains of the Temple of Diana have been incorportated into the present municipal building. This temple has all the classic features of a Roman temple and the photos show details of the Pediment and columns. Almost all my photos of the temple have cranes in the background ( as the port is just behind ) but this one was carefully composed to omit them. At lunchtime the temple wasn't open but it is currently used to display a collection a of ancient stone and bronze sculptures.

Take you photo in front of the Arena

by codrutz

You can make a photo with the 'gladiators' in front of the Colloseum. Probably they charged some money to do that .. they have to earn money somehow, now that they don't have Romans to fight for :)


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