National identities and their rich cultural varieties largely contribute to the development of Pula seen as a multicultural and multiethnic city, which is orientated to the European way of living. The hubbub of all the world languages and numerous cultural events - festivals, concerts, exhibitions, then theatre and cultural centres will enrich your life in the city whose doors have been always wide open to anyone. So, come to Pula and get to know the beauty and hospitality of this 3000-year-old city.
Pula is located in the south of the Istrian Peninsula, in a spacious bay surrounded by seven hills. Due to its rich cultural-and-historical heritage which is 3000 years old, wonderful coastline and nice residents, Pula is the ripest and the most beautiful grape in the bunch of Istrian places. The enchanting monuments such as the Amphitheatre, the Temple of Augustus, the Golden Gate, the Roman Theatre, the Twin Gate as well as the Brijuni National Park and the Rt Kamenjak Botanical Reserve ornamented with beautiful beaches can off er any student a chance to study in favourable conditions and to experience some magic moments to remember forever. You will be certainly motivated to come to this city in the south of Istria also by the well-indented 190-km-long coast, clear sea, beaches that are pretty much taken care of or the ones hidden by the untouched vegetation for those who love privacy. Today Pula is an economic, cultural, traffic, medical, educational, trade and partially administrative centre of the entire Istrian County.