If sun, sea, entertainment and magnificent food inspires you to visit some art galleries and museum we have few handpicked suggestion for you.
We love the:
Dušan Džamonja Sculpture Park in Vrsar
A renown artist, that leaned towards sculpture. Dzamonja uses traditional materials to create sculptures that will complete the beauty of nature. Opening hours: July – August: 9.00 – 20.00 September – June: 9.00 – 18.00. Monday’s closed.
Istrian Museum of Contemporary Art, Pula
The museum collects recent works of art going back to the 1950′s. MCAI represents an open meeting place of multiculturalism and, above all, to be a leading cultural and art institution of Istrian artists.
Address: The old printing house, St. Ivana 1, Pula
Entrance: 10 kn.
Openings: April/May: 11:00-19:00. (Closed on Monday’s and holiday’s). June-September: 11:00-14:00, 18:00-21:00, (Closed on Monday’s and holiday’s). October-December: 11:00-19:00, (Closed on Monday’s and holiday’s).
Uniforms, weapons, pictures and models, photos, maps, projects and nautical tools dedicated entirely to the royal Austro–Hungarian Navy and its activity in Istria and around the world. The exhibition is situated in the old town centre, footsteps away from the small city harbour Mandrač.
Openings: Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 to 13:00 and from 15:00 to 19:00.
Entrance fee: 25kn
We love the initiative to transform Pula in a permanent audio-visual exhibition
From Visualia Festival 2014. Pula, watch the LIGHTING GIANTS
We love the transformation of the Pula’s port and it’s cranes into an art exhibition!