Reasons To Visit Pula
The ancient city of Pula is one of the top destinations in Croatia owing to its huge range of ancient Roman architecture and idyllic coastal location. Sightseers will find themselves in paradise during a visit to the city with many stunning attractions available such as the Pula Arena and the Temple of Augustus. As well as its many historic landmarks, Pula offers plenty of exciting outdoor opportunities whether its scuba diving off the coast or taking in the beautiful natural scenery on a hiking trip. You may also consider venturing out to the Brijuni Islands off the coast or heading just outside of the city and relaxing on one of its sandy beaches.
Arriving In Pula
Pula Airport is located only 6 km away from Pula and mostly handles seasonal flights from European destinations. If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Pula it is not possible to travel directly, but the airport has regular flights from Dusseldorf Airport as well as many seasonal flights, so UAE-based travelers can easily make the journey with only a single transfer.
The airport itself is small and offers only the essential facilities with a café on site as well as duty-free shopping. In addition to this, you can also connect to the airport’s free Wi-Fi network to surf the web. When you have arrived at the airport there is a bus service which can take you into the town, although some prefer to hop in a taxi for a direct journey to their destination. At Pula Airport there are several car rental agencies available in the arrival hall, so it is very simple to rent a vehicle as soon as you have touched down.
Pula Travel Information
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Croatia is part of the Schengen Area which means UAE nationals traveling to the country can enter visa free for up to 90 days. In Pula the weather gets chilly over the winter so make sure you bring warm clothing, while during the summer you can expect hot temperatures with average highs of around 28 degrees between July and August. Despite being a part of the EU, Croatia does not use the euro as its currency so you will instead need to change up your money to the Croatian kuna.
* This information is correct as of January 2018
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