It is a small town in northern Croatia that has kept the remains of Roman architecture and flavor of the Adriatic Sea. To get there you need to have only about 200 euros for the flight ticket and still 100 for the accommodation in any hostel. Me and my fellow trainees, we all have stayed at PULA Art Hostel with 15 euro per night. In general the prices are quite high, although one euro is worth seven Croatian Kuna. The restaurants are great and plentiful - one serving come from two people and cost between 40-60 kuna. You can eat all sorts of goodies: seafood, cevapcici (traditional food), salads of all kinds and the finest meats. I ate a super goodicecream with 30 kuna, hihi. In Pula are at least 12 beaches, but the word 'beach' is somehow inappropriate, as there are rocks and stones everywhere ... .. but the water is clear, blue and cool. It is beautiful to look at the panorama. To visit the center is full of monuments, buildings and historical sites: The Arena, The Triumphal Arch of the Sergii, The Temple of Augustus, the Forum, Hercules Gate, etc.
You can find more information here If you go there, please do not forget the lavender products (massage oil, bath oil, atomizers camera, etc., etc.) . Croatia is known for the best lavender plantations in the world. I bought a massage oil and body oil, both very consistent and with beautiful smell. In fact I was sorry that I have not bought much many.
Here we found a very good quality honey with walnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts and other ones inside. As a traditional drink, I tried slibobica, a sweet plum or pear liqueur, very good. People used to drink it after eating and as a desert they take some candied orange peel, cut into very thin strips.Another traditional dessert is smokveniak - a bar of fig and hazelnut. I will stop here with the story and I leave you with photos hoping they will amaze you.


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