Worth the walk up the hill for the views. We didn't pay to go in and walk up the tower. We were walking around the outside looking at the town when we came across the remains of a Roman theatre and were distracted by that.
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Didn't look into the exhibition halls. What is really nice is the view from the walls and the white tower. We could enjoy the sound check of a Jazz combo :)
I would recommend a trip here. There is a building that you can climb to get some amazing views over Pula. There is an exhibition of the country during the war which is very interesting. A second exhibition is for Tartini the composer - I've...More
I visited the Kastel after I was told there were fantastic views of the city. Its a great place to go at night to view the city night lights, or by day for a full panorama of the city. Great views of the Arena from...More
Quite small but with an interesting museum about Croatia's political struggles over the years. Only about 20kn entrance fee. Good view of Pula, including the arena for taking photographs.
This could be a very nice area for a walk and picture. This whole area is though badly maintained, lots of rubbish on the floor and bad paths. The entrance for the castle and fortress is cheap (15Kruna) bud i cant see why someone would...More
Three different expositions and a viewing point. One about a violinist, didn't even bother as I didn't know the guy. The other one about anti-fascism movements in Istria. In theory. Not very objective, but still interesting if you're critical. The third one with some post...More
Though it takes some twists and turns to find the way, this is quite interesting. Excellent display of some Nazi paraphernalia and photos and when I visited a display on composer Tartini. Period dress and a tux (actually tails) he wore can be seen. I...More