Pula ferry port in Croatia connects you with Venice in Italy with a choice of up to 3 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Pula to Venice crossing is from 3 hours 15 minutes and the crossing is operated by Venezia Lines.
Pula is the largest city in Istria, Croatia, situated at the southern tip of the peninsula. The city's earliest recorded permanent habitation dates back to the 10th century BC. It was founded by the Illyrian tribe of the Histri, an ancient population that lived in Istria. As a result of its rich political history, Pula is a city with a cultural mix of people and languages from the Mediterranean and Central Europe, ancient and contemporary.
Pula's architecture reflects these layers of history. Residents are commonly fluent in foreign languages, especially Italian, often also German and English. From 30 October 1904 to March 1905 Irish writer James Joyce taught English at the Berlitz School; his students were mainly Austro-Hungarian naval officers who were stationed at Naval Shipyard. While he was in Pula he organized for the local printing of his broadside The Holy Office.
Pula Ferry Port is situated in front of the Arena amphitheatre. All departures are from the customs jetty 'Rijecki gat'.
Coming from mainland croatia, Pula is easily accessible through the A8 or the A9.
There are two daily trains to Ljubljana, Slovenia (4 hrs), and two to Zagreb (6½ hrs), but you must board a bus for part of the trip.
From Pula bus station 502 997(Istarske Brigade) there are nine daily buses to Rijeka (2 hrs).
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Pula Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Pula Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!