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Istria - just two hours by car from Zagreb, so I regular. The nick name for Istria, given in Roman times, is Terra Magica. The weather is always amazing, never to hot, never to windy - always just right. Gourmet offer impresses every time, and the ...
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... preserved enriching holidays and recreational possibilities, and the interior with its medieval inheritance and numerous excursion points. Istria, being the most developed destination in Croatia, can cater for more than three hundred thousand tourists ...
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... Throw in more than a few well-preserved ruins and you have the ideal setting for enjoying a few slow days. Istria offers a delectable variety of options for foodies: coastal towns with glistening fresh seafood offerings, wineries producing award-winning ...
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... the Hotel Park) is a tranquil haven on the beautiful Adriatic coast. Just minutes from the historic city of Pula, the largest city in Istria, the hotel offers a wide choice of sport facilities and entertainment and is ideal for couples and families alike.Traveler Rating
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Pula, Istria, Croatia882 reviews
The Arena in Pula is a 1st century Roman amphitheatre. The arena is the 6th largest in the world.