Cheap Flights To Pula Airport
On the edge of the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia lies the seaside city of Pula, also known as Pola. Pula Airport is located about 4 miles northeast of the city center. The airport is a magnet for wealthy travelers flying private planes and wishing to visit the Brijuni islands or attend a show at the Pula Arena. It is also a commercial passenger airport with flights throughout Europe, serving more than 600,000 travelers in a year.
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When To Book a Flight to Pula Airport
You can find great deals on flights to Pula Airport if you visit during the off-season. Peak travel time for visiting Pula is during summer, from July to September. Though airfare can be a bargain between October and May, most of the tourist spots will be closed at that time.
How To Get to Pula Airport
There are no direct flights from the US to Pula. If you'd like to travel to this beautiful city by the sea, you will need to first take a flight to one of the European cities that offers routes to Pula. For instance, there are daily flights from the Croatian city of Zagreb to Pula Airport. You first must, however, take a flight with a connecting stop to Zagreb from the US. You can also find a cheap flight to Pula Airport from these European cities:
Airlines That Fly to Zagreb in Croatia
The most popular airlines that fly to Croatia from the US city of Chicago and making just one stop include:
- Air France, stopping in Paris
- British Airways, stopping in London
- Delta, with stops in Amsterdam or Paris
- KLM, with stops in Amsterdam
- Lufthansa, making a stop in Frankfurt
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Information About Pula Airport
Hire a rental car at the airport in the Arrivals area in the main hall of the terminal. You can pre-order your car or hire one at one of the 15 car rental agencies. There are taxis from Pula Airport outside the terminal building, next to the bus terminal.
This small airport has a Caffe Bar offering beverages and luncheon items. A currency exchange office is located in the eastern wing of the passenger building, near the international arrival area exit.
What To Do and See In Pula
This town is on the Adriatic coast. The city was strongly influenced by ancient Rome, and the Pula Arena is the sixth largest Roman Coliseum in the world. Today, concerts, events, and tours are held there. Visit the ancient churches, temples, and other structures that date to the first century. Sample some Croatian wine on a wine tour, enjoy some local seafood, and walk along the waterfront and marina to enjoy the tranquil beauty there.