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Departure Sun, 25 Aug Return Wed, 04 Sep
STN London
PUY Pula
return from £99
Departure Sat, 31 Aug Return Sat, 07 Sep
BRS Bristol
PUY Pula
return from £137
Departure Sun, 01 Sep Return Sun, 08 Sep
BHX Birmingham
PUY Pula
return from £166
Departure Sat, 17 Aug Return Sat, 24 Aug
ZAG Zagreb
PUY Pula
return from £135
Popular flight routes to Pula
London - Pula
return from £98
Bristol - Pula
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Manchester - Pula
return from £186
Exeter - Pula
return from £563
Brussels - Pula
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Edinburgh - Pula
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Trips to Pula

Pula travel

Pula, a Croatian city, is situated in south of Istria Peninsula. The 3000-year-old history of the region incorporates the mythical Roman, Franks, Venetians, Argonauts and the Austrian - Hungarian Empires. The sixth largest surviving amphitheatre in the world can be found there, which offers a reminder of the Roman Empire. Apart from history, this coastal city has beautiful beaches, a mild climate and unspoiled natural surroundings. Even though it is a small town, it has a busy commercial life with ship building, wine making and fishing. There are no flights to Pula that don't fly over the picturesque Adriatic Sea or the seven hills that make you fall in love with this place even before you land. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Pula!

Things to do and places to see in Pula

Though Pula is a small town with a population of under 62,000, it is well entrenched as a tourist destination. One can see the best of history and architecture of a Roman past. The sporting activity never ends around the 14 islands of Brijuni. Grab that travel gear and get awed by this place.

The list of to-do things is long but to get you started, here are the top picks:

  • None of the trips to Pula are complete without going to Pula Arena, an impressive limestone Roman amphitheatre
  • The Temple of Augustus containing public buildings, temple and the museum of Roman culture
  • The triumphant golden Arch of Sergei built to commemorate the victory of the Sergii brothers at Actium
  • Walk the underground tunnels used to shelter the city population and store ammunitions during World War I
  • The well-preserved mosaic at Flaciusova which depicts "The Punishment of Dirce"
  • Take a day-long tour to Istria which will take you back to medieval times
  • A visit to the Venetian hilltop citadel to catch the views of the city and also see the Maritime Museum
  • Build an appetite on a 3km trek to Banjole village for excellent home-cooked food at Konoba Batelina tavern
  • Watch the Uljanik shipyard and cranes - one of the world's oldest working dockyards - light up every evening
  • Visit Brijuni which is a cluster of 14 islands famous for beaches, fishing and sea sport activities

Pula airports

All international connections with the rest of the world are made from the one and only airport - Pula Airport.

  • Airport Pula

    Top airlines

    There is no dearth of cheap flights to Pula and some of them are - Croatia Airlines, Thomson Airways Ltd and Jet2.Com.


    The airport is a short distance from the main town at 6km away and is well-connected by road transportation.

    Transport options

    The shuttle bus is the cheapest mode of public transport. These buses have various routes from the airport itself and if you get to the central bus terminal it will connect you to any part of Pula. The other option is the taxi service that will take you from the airport to all parts of Pula including the outskirts.

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