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The name of the amphitheatre located in Pula, Croatia is Arena, and it is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers. Arena was built between 27 BC and 68 AD as the city of Pula became a regional centre of Roman rule...More
I visited a few times now, as a couple, with friends, when younger with family, and it always amazes me what the Romans left behind. There are a number of Roman leftovers in the city, but this is clearly the main one. Exploring the amphithetre...More
From what I observed, if u want to tour this site on your own, you should bring your own literature or stop at the gift shop and obtain information as there did not appear to be sufficient information displayed at the site for a self...More
Had a walking today in Pula and i went to visit the Arena of Pula.a very big amphitheater of ancient times.very good preserved and well keeped.highly recommended for who is visiting this Beautiful city.
step back in time to the days of gladiators fighting gladiators,lions,chariots its all here !!! go down the stairs to the dungeons where slaves were chained to cold stone walls awaiting their fate,a great monument to the empire that was Rome,its still used today for...More
We visited this Roman Coliseum but unfortunately could not go in. It is an awesome structure. And unbelievable that it is still standing today. Look for the columns that have been laser clean to see that it was like in Roman Times.
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Hi, the amphitheater is open from morning (8 am) until late (I'm not sure just how late, but I recall people still walking around the amphitheater at around 7 pm). You do not need to book tickets in advance to go into the... More
Hi, the amphitheater is open from morning (8 am) until late (I'm not sure just how late, but I recall people still walking around the amphitheater at around 7 pm). You do not need to book tickets in advance to go into the amphitheater. If, however, you do decide to go to the gladiatorial show I strongly advise you to buy your tickets earlier in the day as queues can be very long and the amphitheater was full when we went to the show. Hope this helps :-)