Istria City, Croatia
Istria was once ruled by ancient Romans, who also left behind a large number of their buildings. Mainly extremely indestructible buildings, one of which is likely to be the amphitheater in Pula. Pula is located on the west coast, is the regional metropolis and the largest city of Istria. The theater is known as the symbol of the city of Pula and is an attraction, especially in the summer months, because a variety of events take place here under the open sky. According to ehealthfacts, Istria is a city in Croatia.
Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic, and is geographically close to Italy, more precisely between Rijeka and Trieste and pushes itself far out into the sea. The location not far from Italy has also brought a multitude of culinary delights with it and bilingualism is also often lived in this region.
Further interesting places on the west coast of Istria are Pore ?, Umag or something like the village of Gro njan.
Motovun, the most famous village in the region, can be found in the interior of Istria. It is very romantic and offers a wonderful view.
The east coast of Istria can also boast popular travel destinations with the towns of Labin and Rabac. Labin was known as a mining town from the end of the 18th century until the 1970s. From the highest point of Labins you have a great view over the south of Istria, Rabac, the Kvarner Sea and up to the island of Cres.
The climate in the Croatian region of Istria is Mediterranean and brings hot summers and mild winters. The ideal travel time is late summer with pleasant temperatures without midday heat or spring.
The best way to get around Istria is with your own car or a rental car, if you like cycling, you will find some routes with good and safe bike paths. Many of the places can also be easily reached by public transport, but the frequency of local transport is not particularly high, especially on secondary routes.
The Brijuni archipelago, located off the south-western coast of Istria, is ideal for a nice day trip. You can take the boat from Pula or from Fa ana, a fishing town located a few kilometers from Pula, and you can easily reach the islands. The islands were once the residence of the then Yugoslav President Tito, who received many politicians and state guests there. Today you can find relaxation on quiet paths in the National Park of the Brijuni Islands.
In Istria you can visit a variety of exhibitions, folklore events or open-air concerts. In Vodnjan, the Vodnjan Summer takes place from the end of June to the end of August, and there are also many cultural offers in the calendar of events in the neighboring towns.
Istria is also known for extremely high quality olive oils and excellent wines. The extremely rare white truffles also thrive in Istria. This delicacy thrives in the oak forests especially around the town of Livade, which is located in the Mirna valley. Even gourmets who love to eat fish will not be disappointed in Istria. Especially the city of Rovinj, which is located on a peninsula jutting far into the sea, has a large number of restaurants that offer delicious fish specialties and oysters farmed there.