There’s lots to see and do in Pula at night. Here’s the best that the nightlife of Pula has to offer.
The Ulijanik Disco is the place to be for the young people of Pula. They sell beers in bottles and cans, and stay open when most of the city shuts down. Older people may feel out of place, but young people are sure to have a good time.
Kandlerova is beside the Forum and the Cathedral. There are lots of restaurants and relaxing cafes and bars here. It’s very popular in summer, and you can stop by in your casual clothes. It’s a beautiful cobblestone street. It can be a bit crowded in the summertime, but it is well worth going. You’ll find live music and a fun atmosphere. Things die down around midnight on the street.
There’s lots going on at the Amphitheatre. You’ll find it well lit with people buying souvenirs and ice cream on nights when there’s not an event going on. The Croatian Film Festival is held here. Numerous concerts are held at the Amphitheatre, including Lady Gaga, Sting, and Pink Floyd.
Bura Beach has a live Reggae band, great drinks, and free entry. It’s a popular spot and one that you shouldn’t miss when you are in Pula.
Uliks is a bar that was the home of James Joyce for a time in 1904. It’s a popular tourist spot because it offers a great view of the arch.
Editor’s Note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about the nightlife in Pula.