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!
文文玫瑰Opatija-Opatija, from the beginning of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the 12-kilometer seaside promenade and beautiful coastal scenery attracted many princes and nobles to holiday here. This is Sissi’s favorite resort "pearl of the Adriatic"
渭南松赞干布The Brijuni Islands National Park is located in the Adriatic Sea, off the coast of the Croatian coastal city of Pula. The Brijuni Islands used to be the private vacation place of President Tito of the FRY. The closest route to get here is to take a cruise from the seaside town of Fazana. You can visit Tito's residence on the island. The area of the island is not small, so you have to take a sightseeing bus to visit each attraction. The island has the ruins of an ancient Roman temple, a safari park, and the statue of a naked woman called Brijuni Venus. It is a masterpiece of the Yugoslav sculptor Anton Augustincic dedicated to President Tito.