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    Pula is a port city on the southern tip of Croatia’s Istria Peninsula. Most of its architecture is Roman-inspired, left behind from the colonisation of the Romans in 117 BC. Many travellers visit the city for the Pula Arena, which is one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres outside of Italy. During the summer, a wide range of events takes place at the arena, including concerts and cultural festivals. The city also has unique art installations, such as Lighting Giants held every summer by the Uljanik Shipyard.

    A major fishing port in Croatia, Pula is an excellent destination for enjoying fresh seafood such as oysters and mussels. From mid-November to early January, hunting for white truffles is a popular activity in the Motovun Forest, as well as truffle estates in Pazin and Buze. Istria’s mild climate and fertile soil mean that there are plenty of vineyards producing white wines made with the Malvasia variety.

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