Istria is a peninsula in the Adriatic Sea, shared by Croatia and Slovenia. It is a popular tourist destination, noted for its natural beauty and historical heritage.
The peninsula has a long and fascinating history. It was first settled by the Illyrian people in the Bronze Age. The Romans conquered Istria in the first century BC, and the region became an important part of the Roman Empire. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Istria was ruled by a succession of different empires, including the Byzantine Empire, the Holy Roman Empire, and the Austrian Empire.
In 1918, Istria became part of the newly formed Kingdom of Yugoslavia. After World War II, Istria was divided between Yugoslavia and Italy. In 1991, Istria became part of the independent Republic of Croatia.
Today, Istria is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its stunning natural scenery and its rich historical heritage. The peninsula is home to a variety of medieval villages, ancient ruins, and beautiful coastal towns.
Istria-Pula. The amphitheater is one of the places to see.
Beaches to visit.
Nightlife in Istria is very active and has a positive impact on the entertainment industry with its cheap alcohol, and cocktail variety.
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