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Once the Austro-Hungarian Empire's chief naval base, Pula (in Italian, Pola) is an engaging combination of working port and brash Riviera town. The Romans put the city firmly on the map when they arrived in 177 BC, bequeathing it an impressive amphitheatre whose well-preserved remains are the city's single greatest attraction. Pula is also Istria's commercial heart and transport hub, possessing its sole airport, so you're unlikely to visit the region without passing through at least once. There's also an easily accessible cluster of Classical and medieval sights in the city centre, …
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Park Plaza Histria Pula

Guests at the Park Plaza Histria Pula hotel can enjoy convenient business and leisure services, including a range of sport facilities, Fitness Centre, sauna, massage services ...