Kimi_jmPula Arena is located in the center of the historic city of Pula in Croatia's Istria Peninsula. It was built in the Roman era and has a history of nearly 2000 years. The arena is oval in shape with a wall height of more than 30 meters. It is all built of stone and can accommodate more than 20,000 spectators. The circular arena in Pula is one of the six largest Roman arenas in the world. It is also the world The only arena on which all Roman buildings are completely preserved. It is currently one of the two three-story Roman arena (the other one is in Tunisia). A four-hour drive from Zadar to Rovinj, I went to Pula first to see this famous arena. The impressive ancient Roman architecture on site, in fact, you don’t need to buy a ticket to enter. You can take beautiful photos in a week around. The arena is by the sea in Puerto Pula
tiramisu1130Rovinj-Rovinj, antique, picturesque, exuding a strong Italian style, is known as a "blue pearl" on the Adriatic Sea! The colorful houses on both sides of the river here and the various yachts docked at the pier give me the illusion of being in Venice, especially in the setting sun, it feels so beautiful!
汤悠然Slowly traveled to Central Europe and felt the cultural heritage. My friend and I went to Porec in Central Europe and chose the Old Town of Polk, it is very close to other attractions, then the coastline on one side is the seaside, and then the old town on the other side. The buildings are all red roofs and then the buildings are all in a different way but be aware of the sun, then my friend and I went on and saw a wall with red and white plaids hanging from each other, which looked like a tie, This is the local flag. Walking around the alley will find the church, not carefully looking, it is very difficult to find. Fortunately, my best friend eyes, found hidden in the alley church. Before entering the church, the dress must have a code, not wearing shorts and shoulders. Otherwise you can't go inside! It's a Byzantine church, you can feel the religious culture of the Middle Ages, you can see some art exhibitions all about religion, all of which reflect the long history of the church, it's a Byzantine church, The most profound feeling is the Byzantine mosaic art. [Tips:] 1. Note sunscreen 2. If you want to go into the church, don't wear shorts and shoulder-leaking clothes. 3. You can't stop in the ancient city. You can park outside the city. Remember the location 4. Address: porec, Croatia
Rovinj (pronounced Roveen by the locals) is a small, picturesque fishing port situated along the western coast of the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia’s north. Although it feels thoroughly relaxed and far removed from the bustle of better-known destinations, it’s quite accessible to popular European hotspots: both Venice and Ljubljana are less than three hours away by road, with one-way bus prices starting at around $16.
The first thing you’ll notice about Rovinj is how clean, neat, and well-kept it is. There’s virtually no graffiti here (a rarity in so much of Europe) and the locals take pride in keeping the whole area in immaculate condition.
It’s an ideal town for leisurely strolling, with views of the blue Adriatic around every corner and a profusion of narrow, cobblestoned streets leading to tiny squares, mini-promenades, and cozy cafes where local seafood rules.
The old town is compact, inviting, and a great place to get lost on purpose. Passing through stone archways framed by flowering bougainvillea, you’ll head uphill to arrive at the town’s centerpiece—the Church of St. Euphemia. Towering high above everything else is the bell tower, boasting a spectacular view that’s reached by huffing and puffing up 192 creaky wooden steps to a breezy lookout.
Because the Istrian Peninsula is less visited than the Dalmatian Coast, Rovinj isn’t overrun with the large crowds found in other parts of Croatia, even in mid-summer. It’s not a bad winter destination, either: sunny days are common and daytime temperatures tend to hover around 50 to 54 F. It’s like a fairy-tale town over Christmas, with traditional holiday festivals, ice skating, concerts, midnight fireworks, and more.
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In the summer I was able to explore new places by driving all over Eastern Europe by car. This is what I found in Croatia. A wonderful colosseum like the one in Rome. Exactly located in Pula in Dalmatia. A beautiful place by the sea. Perfect for summer vacations!
The Arena of Pula, the amphitheatre of Pula is one of the six largest Roman arenas in the world. It is also the only arena in the world that completely preserves all Roman architecture. Built between 27 BC and 68 AD, this building is the largest and best preserved historical site in Croatia. The arena was used mainly for fighting performances. This magnificent Roman period ruin once accommodated 20,000 spectators. Nowadays, the arena is used as a venue for many cultural events in the summer, standing in an empty arena, imagining the hustle and bustle of the old people and the fierce fighting of the gladiators. The historical site of Croatia is only the first stop, it has been shocking.