Resort Centinera

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Indije 1, Pula, HR-52100, Croatia
Resort Centinera
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 57% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples16
  • Solo50
  • Business0

More about Pula


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Ornate building in main squareOrnate building in main square

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Forum Posts

Direct Phone Number

by Kirk63

Looking for the direct phone number to the hotel reception desk at the Histria Hotel in Pula Croatia please dont want to go on line for reservations talk to them directly

Re: Direct Phone Number

by bekerovka

according the Croatian yellow pages:
Verudela BB
52100 Pula
tel: +385 052 590000
fax: +385 052 214175
Ciao, Marco

Re: Direct Phone Number

by Beausoleil

Also on the hotel web site:

Address: Verudela bb, HR – 52100 Pula
Phone: +385 (0)52 590 000
Fax: +385 (0)52 214 175
GPS: 44.836198, 13.839512

Enjoy your trip.

Travel Tips for Pula

General Info

by Redang

* Tourism Office
Forum, 3
52100 Pula
- Tel.: (+385) (0)52 21 91 97
- Fax: (+385) (0)52 21 18 55

- E. mail:
- Some websites:

Pedestrian Streets in Pula

by Ekaterinburg

The centre of the city has some lovely pedestrianised streets. Giardini with its central walkway shaded by two lines of trees is a good place to stop and have a coffee or an ice cream and get a feel for mornings in Pula. Fortified by a sinfully delicious gelato we carried on to Portorata with its Roman triumphal arch and decided to go left rather than right. Here is Ul Flanaticka a very busy shopping street but its sides were lined with outdoor cafes and people lingering over their morning coffee. To me, the whole atmosphere of downtown Pula seemed overwhelmingly Italian and the people seemed really in tune with La Dolce Vita. Though I'm referring to all the streets by their Croatian names, they felt more like vias than ulicas. This Italian feeling was epecially strong when we left the market and went through the arch into Ul Sergijevaca. I suppose it's not hard to understand, the Romans and Venetians having ruled here for so many years, but I had to keep reminding myself that I was in Croatia and not in Italy. But Croatian these streets are and they are definitely very pleasurable to linger in. In fact I got so relaxed in the pedestrianised zone, I almost forgot to check out the Forum and the Temple of Augustus.

Riva of Pula

by montezaro

Eversince the Roman times, Pula was strategicaly important place because of its huge natural harbour bay which protects boats in case of bad weather conditions.
There is an beautiful park in the town, right in front of the Arena, and the part of it makes Riva with palm-trees. It is one of the favorite promenade area, especially for moms and their newborn children.

Arena 6

by croisbeauty

The central part of the amphiteatre is the fighting area, the so-called arena, and 67,90 meters by 41,60 meters in size. During games it was covered with sand in order to remove the traces of the blood of the fighters and slaughtered animals, hence ("harena"=sand) the name of the fighting area, and even the whole building.

Belfry of the Franciscan church.


Once home, I was again unable to identify this picture and again, I have to thank Boris that identified it for me and gave me the following comment.
The belfry, right next to the Kastel, belongs to the Franciscan church. It is the highest in town.


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