One of the top destinations on a tour of Pula is definitely a bar named Uliks (Ulysses). Named after James Joyce, who lived in this building for a time in 1904, the bar is always popular because of its view of the arch.
The Ulijanik disco is located in the city center. It's just a place for the youngs.
All the city was off but here was on, and youth had a date with each other. We hardly found it. They just sell some kind of bears in bottle and can. Actually, we didn't like it. The songs were not good.
Dress Code: Casual
You can find bars on this street, and in the evening time it's great, very lively, live music, shops open till late, loads of people, great atmosphere. But it gets quiet prety soon, jst around midnight there is only few tourists having their drinks, and locals seems to be heading home. But till then it's not bad at all.
I spent quite a lot of time in Pula, and it;s a great city - good people, lots of cafes, old buildings some good bars etc.... However, for the best time everyone tells you, you need to head out of town. Cabs cost only 5 Euros each way, so it's well worth it.
I was recommended Bura Beach - www.burabeach.com - it had only opened last summer, but was already the place to go. I caught a live reggae band who were amazing. It's free entry, the cocktails were awesome, and there were lots of nice looking girls.... excellent night all in all.
I also went back the next day, and although they're not really offering watersports until Summer 2006, the owners invited me for a wakeboard session.
I'll be going back this year for certain.
Dress Code: whatever
There are plenty of small restaurants, pizzerias, cafe-bars and galleries in the Kandlerova street. From time to time, in the high season evenings and nights, it can be overcrowded.
There is always a kind of refreshing air here, coming out from the nearby port or down from the Kaštel hill.
Dress Code: Coat and Tie strictly forbiden
Well known summer nightlife spot in Pula, situated just a foot from the Forum and the Cathedral. You can't miss it.
There are number of good restaurants here, not too much expensive, cute little cafe-bars and all in very relaxing atmosphere.
Dress Code: The casual summer cloths, you can drop here even in your swiming costume.
There's quite a bit of activity out and around Pula at night, lots of casual dining, coffee drinking and so on. I headed over to the ampitheater and found it all lit up and full of people buying souvenirs and ice cream.
Our nightlife consisted of getting something to eat before finding the right bus back to the hostel, followed by sitting on the terrace (if it wasn't raining). I'm sure Pula does have more to offer than this!