The street leading to the church is steep and windy. Numerous side alley like streets cross the main road - lots of great photo ops.
The city resembles Venice, however, there are no canals here. We ate lunch at a countryside farmhouse to taste Istrian specialties - minestrone soup, chicken and beef in tomatoe sauce served over noodles and gnocci, thick crusty bread, dessert and plenty of beer and wine.After lunch we went to the town of Pula to see the 6th largest Roman Amphitheatre in the world. It is amazingly well preserved. We even viewed the basement (previously the sewer of the Ampitheatre) which now houses many of the artifacts found from the ancient Roman city upon which Pula is built.