Pula is a three thousand year old town, which is located in the south of the Istrian peninsula. It's origin is linked to the Argonauts, the ancient Greek mythological heroes. Pula rests on seven hills whose peaks are crowned with defensive forts and evolved along a sea bay. It is a city of floral squares, parks, pine groves, gracious coves and of intense history.
The Hercules' Gate is the oldest monumental building in Pula. The Amphitheatre (Arena) is an absolutely attractive cultural monument that has lasted over 1900 years. It was finished during the reign of the Roman emperor Vespasian. Among the cultural heritage is also the Dual Gate, Augustus's Temple, the ancient mosaic, the cathedral, the Historical Museum of Istria and many other.