This Roman amphitheatre – widely known as the Pula Arena – was built in the 1st century AD during the reign of Emperor Vespasian at the same time as the magnificent Colosseum in Rome. The Amphitheatre de Pula was once the site of gladiator fights and water the site of knights’ tournaments and fairs in the Middle Ages. It’s understood to have once seated 20,000 spectators. These days it is among the world’s six largest surviving Roman arenas and is Croatia’s best-preserved ancient monument.
Seattle may be a major port for exploring Alaska, Canada and beyond but there’s also plenty to see in Washington State during a cruise and stay holiday. Here are two day trips ideas.
Cruises from Seattle take globetrotters away to a wealth of breathtaking destinations but don’t forget to take in the iconic Washington city itself, ideally with a glass of wine or beer in hand.
Alaska cruises drum up wildlife by the bucketload, stonking scenery and excellent plaid shirt models, as Sailawaze’s Editor was more than happy to discover.
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