The Gate of Hercules is located just after the Twin Gate and is one of the oldest remaining gates dating back to the 1st century BC. Built of uncarved stone blocks, the gate has a hardly recognizable head of Hercules carved at the top of the arch. Worth a look
Not far from the Arena in Pula is the best-preserved of the ancient gates to the old city, the Porta Herculanea. The gate is inscribed with the names of two Roman officials - Calpurnius Piso and Cassius Longinus - who served here from 47-44 BC, making it easy to date this gate to their period of service. The figure of... 更多
We saw this gate while on a walking tour - I have seen other reviews that say this is hard to find, I think you are more likely to just walk past it.
We went to visit the gate on many occasions but last night, was by far the best. There were lots of croatian girls performing majorettes in a competition! The street was jam packed and the music was loud. This was a lovely way to finish our evening in Pula! Would come back and visit Pula again...
A small ancient arch in the city. It was very hard to find using the tourist map. We stumbled on it by accident after giving up. Although as there was no tourist information there I did not realise that hercules' head and club are visible on the top of the arch. This is why more than just a name sign... 更多
This gate fades right into the background in Pula. It has the head of Hercules and his club at the top. It is hard to see how it was part of the whole city wall unless looking closely and ignoring the buildings behind it. There are rounded sections of the wall on both sides of the Hercules Gate. Stop and... 更多