The tourist information office in Pula is in the ancient Roman Forum. The square, which has always been the historic center of the city, remains one of the niceset in the city. The tourist office has maps, and you can help organize your trip in the lovely area of Istria. Email is tz-pula@pu.Htnet.Hr and contact before your arrival to have the information on accommodation and transport. They speak English. Many people get to Pula via plane with Ryanair, or from Trieste in Italy. They then rent a car, and visit the different points of interest in the area. The tourist information office is also in a historic building of interest. It is a lovely medieval castle, constructed at the time by one of the most powerful families in Pula. Pula was part of the Venetian Empire, and was an important trading port in the Adriatic. Not much information in Spanish, but in Italian.
Bistro Dva Ferala is one of the tiny restaurants in the heart of Pula. The restaurant has a few tables outside as there it can be very hot, it is nice to sit for lunch. Like most of the restaurants on the Adriatic coast, the place has an Italian influence. On the menu you can see pizzas, pastas, and other typical Italian dishes. In terms of prices it is a bit touristy, but it has the advantage of being located right behind the Roman Forum. Depending on the time of day and where there is shade, all places are worth it. Istria is the region's gastronomic Croatia, and wherever you go, you can eat decently. Here, the pizzas cost about 8 euros and other dishes between 6 and 10 euros. They offer some seafood, but not very varied. There is a menu in Italian and English.