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The Arena in Pula

Scalierova Ulica 30, Pula, Croatia
+385 52 219 028
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The Arena in Pula is a 1st century Roman amphitheatre. The arena is the 6th largest in the world.
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Scalierova Ulica 30, Pula, Croatia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very much enjoyed this arena. Absolutely beautiful at night with the Adriatic Sea in the background. They have live performances there that look like they would be super special. I would try to find a show that your travel companions would enjoy.

Thank David F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Went to a Sting concert, paid 590kn (82 eur) for "free seating" tickets, only to discover there are no seats availble and you are to stand somewhere around, not even near the sitting area. If you calculate the average size of the person, I am...More

Thank Ediba
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really worth a visit when you are in the neighbourhood. you can pay and enter the arena, or have a drink at one of the terraces next to the amphitheater and have an insight from there

Thank Luk V
Reviewed 2 days ago

I prefer this over the one in Rome. They have set informative narration over the theatre and beautiful exhibiotion in the basement. Beautiful stones and restauration. Lovely athmosphere. Missed a rock-concert and gladiator-show by one day.

Thank meka10
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The Arena is extremely imposing and in amazing condition considering its age and history. It's position on the landscape allows it a beautiful backdrop of the coast and shore line. We spent around an hour and s half there. You could spend longer but with...More

Thank Gwilliams72
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It's such a beautiful looking construction and it has stayed in phenomenal condition. You can easily imagine the old days of the Roman empire, but i wish that there would be more to the museum part of the tour. It was small and didn't tell...More

Thank JesseTorni
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was the first arena I have ever seen. It is very impressing, I liked it.It is very well preserved. You can make pictures with gladiators for extra fee.

Thank Viola_violka
Reviewed 5 days ago

Great experience! Nice place in the sunset with some magical music. Croation was spoken by the 2cellos which we didn't understand but ut was understandable ibecause it was their hometown.

Thank Arjan R
Reviewed 6 days ago

I visited here last week and it was absolutely amazing to see. It was around 50 kuna to get in, the staff were quite rude as I wasn't sure whether the price was to get in or for the film festival that was also running,...More

Thank Katie C
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I was expecting waiting in long lines, like in Rome. To my surprise there was no waiting at all. The tickets are 50 Kuna which also very reasonable. Audio guide costs additional 40 kuna. In the center of this arena there are still arranged concerts,...More

Thank THREOslo
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Response from nummynum | Reviewed this property |
we had 3 Kids, 3, 5 and 11. It's a little scary as it's very real but we explained it was a game and they enjoyed it. bring lots of water as it is very warm. We bought tickets earlier in the day. It's very very busy at... More
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