The island’s economic center, Pula, is situated on the southwestern shore in a beautiful bay.
Historically, this is where Slavic, Romanic, and Germanic cultures first merged between the late antique period and the start of the Middle Ages.
Over the past centuries, Pula has overcome numerous invasions, first by the Romans, then the Venetians, then by allied forces during World War II. All of these have left notable marks on the city. The island’s most famous attraction is the ancient Amphitheater that resembles those found in Rome.
The Client who has booked a tour can cancel his booking 7 days before the arrival date. After that, for tour cancellation, the service provider will charge 50% of the booking cost for cancelations up to 3 days and 100% for cancellations on the day of the tour.
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