Pula is a popular tourist destination and a coastal town in Istria, with one of the best preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world. With more than 260 km to cover, it will take anywhere between 3 and 6 hours to reach Pula, depending on your preferred transport mode.
You can expect a 3.5 hours drive along the A1 and A6 motorway, while the toll will cost 123 kn. Avoiding the motorway is not recommended, because it would take 8 hours to get there.
You can find the map with possible routes below
There are around 20 buses daily. Travel time is between 4 and 6 hours, and the cost is 60-150 kn. The bus makes one or two bathroom breaks, 10-15 min each. Some buses have wifi.
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Croatia Airlines offers daily flights to Pula, their duration is longer than you might expect -1h 50 min, because there is always one technical stop. The price is 350-900 kn.
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There are no direct trains, so travel time is 7-15 hours, with two or three stops.
You can find the buses here.
By car share