Located on the southern tip of the beautiful Istrian peninsula, Pula is a magnificent place with an ancient charm. The Roman colosseum overlooking the blue waters of the Adriatic sea lures visitors who flock there to take in the past times of gladiators.
The best way to see the most of the city and its stunning region is a car hire in Pula. Auto Europe has partnered with local and international suppliers in Croatia to bring you the best service and a large choice of vehicle categories.
Pula's road traffic gets congested during the rush hour and the city tends to be more busy in summer months. Driving your car hire in Pula, however, should not bring about any major difficulties. The traffic is on the right-hand side, and you should pay attention to the pedestrian-only zones in the city centre. Pula is the largest city in Istria and is well connected to other cities on the peninsula. The picturesque port towns of Rovinj and Porec are within one hour drive north via the D21 road. A drive to the city of the Game of Thrones, Dubrovnik, takes approximately seven hours. Take a look at Croatia driving information and learn more about local traffic regulations.
There are many paid on-street parking possibilities. Buy your ticket from a machine and place it behind the windscreen. There are also public and private car parks dotted around Pula which you can use where on-street parking is not available.
Pula is situated on the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula in the Adriatic sea. The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. The best time to visit is, therefore, early autumn or spring, when the temperatures range around 20 Celsius degrees.
Pula Airport (PUY), also known as Zracna luka Pula, is located 3 miles north-east from the city.
Telephone: +385 52 550 926
City bus lines are operated by Pulapromet. Pula Bus Terminus is the main bus station in the city. Here you can get on a bus to other Croatian and international destinations. Trains from Pula go to mainland Croatian cities and towns.