Croatia has many romantic towns, but the most beautiful are situated by the coast. They attract with secluded beaches, rich historical past, medieval appearance, amazing parks and many opportunities for romantic walks along the sea, candlelight dinner and discovering many hidden places. Among them are Dubrovnik, Opatija, Poreč, Rovinj and Pula. Dubrovnik is undoubtedly the most romantic, and best known tourist destination in Croatia. Long romantic promenades and the most beautiful parks of Croatia embellish Opatija. Once a small fishing village, Poreč represents one of the brightest jewels of Croatian tourism. Rovinj has romantic views, for which it is known as the city of romance. Pula, like ancient Romes, was also built on seven hills and all roads on the istrian peninsula lead to Pula. The most impressive and romantic ancient town monument is Arena.
Pula is a three thousand year old town in the south of the Istrian peninsula. This is a city of gracious coves, pine groves, parks and floral squares, of intense history and an appealing cultural heritage. The Amphitheatre (Arena) is a renowned and absolutely the most attractive cultural monument that has lasted over 1900 years. The most important cultural heritage is also the Sergeian arch (Golden Gate), the Hercules’ Gate, the Dual Gate, Augustus’s Temple, the cathedral and many other.