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Pula Airport is located by the city of Pula, on the southern tip of the Istria peninsula in Croatia. As always, Europcar's first class care hire services can be found on site, ready to help with any car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles is ready to accommodate any size of family or budget, while services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are there to help your journey out of Pula Airport begin as quickly and efficiently as possible. As always, our experienced and expert staff are on hand and dedicated to helping with any imaginable transport issues.
Pula Airport is located just four miles from the city centre of Pula. Its pleasant climate and favourable flying conditions mean the airport has become the alternative transport route for parts of Slovenia and eastern Italy. Annually, Pula Airport handles about 400,000 passengers, with regular flights to Zadar and Zagreb. There are, however, many seasonal flights to locations like Dublin, Belgrade, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Bonn, Hamburg, Munich and Rome in Europe, London, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh in the UK, Helsinki, Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm in Scandinavia, plus Moscow, Kiev and St Petersburg in Russia. Pula Airport's location give excellent access to the idyllic settings found in the Istria peninsular and the Kvarner Gulf.
The City of Pula - Renowned throughout Europe for is smooth seas and unspoilt nature, Pula is a city with a long tradition of winemaking and shipbuilding. The city is famous for holding on to many ancient Roman ruins, including an amphitheatre, called the Arena, a Triumphal Arch, the Arch of Sergii, the temple of Rome and Augustus, and the Gate of Hercules, all dating from the 1st century AD, along with many more preserved examples of Roman architecture that can be found throughout the town. In the old quarter, the narrow streets are still paved with Roman stones, but Medieval and Renaissance buildings are more common there, including the Byzantine Chapel of St Mary Fromosa, the Church of St Francis and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, amongst many more. The reputation of Pula as a popular holiday destination, with its still, blue Adriatic waters and stunning countryside, means that there are ample opportunities to eat, drink, shop and enjoy the surrounding city.
The Brijuni Islands - A popular attraction found just off the coast of Pula, the Brijuni Islands have been a getaway spot since Roman times, as indicated by the still-standing villas and temples, and the sunken galleys. Many of the fourteen small islands are largely untouched, providing secluded cove to explore, and the group itself is designated a national park.. Many of the cliffs are popular among cliff divers. Dinosaur footprints have been discovered on the largest island - Veliki - while some others also have significant archaeological sites, including a 13th century church built by the Knights Tem