The historical core of Pula centres around the remains of the Roman Amphitheatre and it is pedestrian only. From there's it's easy to walk to Pula's other main sights. To go farther afield however, especially to Verudela peninsula where Pula's main hotels, beaches, nightlife and restaurants are located, you need wheels. You can rent a car in Pula or use the city's public buses.
The public bus system is handled by Pula Promet and covers transport within Pula proper as well as to the surrounding townships of Medulin, Pjescana Uvala and Premantura. The price of a local ride is 7Kn and the price of a ride to the surrounding townships is 11Kn. You can buy tickets on the bus or at a tisak.
Below is a bus map of Pula. Note that "kolodvor" is the main bus station for local buses and buses to other destinations in Istria. Click here for information about buses to/from Pula.
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