Pula Arena

The city of Pula, found on the southern end of the Istrian peninsula of Croatia, is an enjoyable city often visited by tourists. The city is home to the sixth largest Roman amphitheater in the world, the Pula Amphitheater, also known as the Pula Arena. It is the best preserved ancient monument found in Croatia and is the only surviving Roman amphitheater that has all four side towers still intact.

The Pula Arena was built outside the town walls along the Via Flavia, the road from Pula to Rome. The first amphitheater in Pula was built in timber during the reign of emperor Augustus. It was replaced by a small stone amphitheater under emperor Claudius, enlarged by emperor Claudius and finally completed in 81 AD under emperor Titus. It was equipped with underground tunnels connecting one area of the arena to another. It has gone through many structural changes and renovations since then.

It is a good tourist attraction and one must make it a point to check the Pula Arena while in the city of Pula. It is a good idea to hire a car from other places in Italy to go to this place. There are many car hire companies like car-rental-italy that provide you chauffeured and self driven cars on hire at economical rates to satiate the commuting needs of the Italian tourists to help them enjoy a hasslefree vacation.

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