The city`s earliest recorded permanent habitation dates back to the 10th century BC. It was founded by the illyrian tribe of the Histri, an ancient population that lived in Istria.
Roman settlement began in the first century BC.
1 - Amphitheater
2- Porta Gemina
3- Archäologisches Museum
4 - Kleines Römisches Theater
5- Ports Herculea
6 Korzo Giardini
7- Triumphbogen der Sergier
8 - Market................
Walk on some old streets around Pula although it's more drab than some places around Croatia that I have been to but it's a good way to get oriented around a place...
I could spend much longer times in Pula but I chosed not to, simply because I couldn't find anybody to be with....
The best way to appreciate Pula is wander on your own just like I did within a brief few hours around this small city.
The old sights are around the Old Town...
There are many tourists around Pula, giving a sign that it's a lively city....
Walking along the short and narrow streets of the old town is a good opportunity to see the succession of styles and exterior influences in Istria.