Pula is the largest city at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula. It is a 3000 years old tourist center. It offers a wide range of possibilities for not only those who want to have a rest but also for those who are interested in culture. The beauty of the environment inspired Dante, James Joyce and Jules Verne. The amphithetrum built by the Romans, today called the Arena, is an open-air theatre with the capacity of more than 2000 spectators, where world-famous singers and bands perform.