Flavijevska ul., 52100, Pula, Croatia
The historic Pula amphitheater will serve as the home of Pula Music Week for 2022. If you are making your own way to the site via public transport, we strongly advise that you familiarise yourself with the area before you arrive. There are multiple bus stops within walking distance of the venue, and Pula Train Station is just a 10 minute walk (750m) away from the venue. Leave yourself lots of time to get to your destination.
Taxis are a fast and convenient way to get to the Pula Music Week site. There are numerous official taxi ranks around Pula to use. Cammeo and Bolt are also available in the city.
There are many national and international bus routes that run between neighbouring cities and Pula, a few are listed below:
- Zagreb – 6 times per day
- Split – Šibenik – Zadar
- Rijeka – 6 times per day
Find more information on bus travel via Nomago.
Pula city centre has a convenient and well-connected public transport system. You can find more information regarding public transport and getting around the city below.
There are multiple shuttle transfers from Pula Airport, every 30 minutes after the arrival of a flight. This is the most convenient way to make your way into the city from the Airport. A bus service is also available from the Airport. Bus 23a is a 10 minute walk away. Exit the bus at stop Rakovčeva -A (Monvidal).
You can find more information, and book shuttles from the airport using the links below: