Cheap Flights from Manchester to Pula
This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Manchester to Pula
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Manchester Airport has three terminals. All of Manchester Airport's terminals offer free Wi-Fi for up to an hour. They also all have an Escape Lounge, where you can relax away from the hustle and bustle while enjoying a range of complimentary refreshments. Entry costs £25* on the day or £21* if you book in advance via Manchester Airport's website. Jet2 flights leave from terminal 1, while Thomson Airways fly from terminal 2.
Terminal 1 is the biggest terminal, with a fantastic range of high-street and designer shops to browse before boarding. These include Biza Duty Free, Accessorize, Fat Face, Dixon's Travel, Boots, The Body Shop, WH Smith and Zoodle. Dining options are varied. Choose from Mexican street food (Mi Casa Burritos), coffee and cake (Starbucks), cocktails and tapas (Bar MCR), juicy burgers (Giraffe) and hot pasties (Greggs).
Terminal 2 is smaller, but still has a good range of places to shop and eat. In addition to Biza Duty Free, WH Smith and Boots there's also a Next, Lacoste and Attitude. You can grab a bite at Caffe Nero, Broderick's, Spinning Jenny and the Observatory Bar or indulge in a relaxing treatment at Cloud Spa.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Pula Airport is just over 3.5 miles from the city centre.
· A Brioni bus meets most flights and connect the airport to Pula's bus station. One-way tickets cost HRK 25*.
· Metered taxis are available: expect to pay at least HRK 85* for the trip.
· Another option is car hire at Pula Airport, which is available from Sixt, Enterprise, Avis, Budget, Firefly, Hertz, Uniline, Oryx Rent a Car, Carpe Diem Rent a Car, Vetura Rent a Car, Fleet Rent a Car, Will Rent a Car and Last Minute Rent a Car.
You need a valid passport to fly to Pula from Manchester. We recommend arriving at the airport no later than 90 minutes before scheduled departure.
What to expect in Pula
Pula is one hour ahead of Manchester. Although Croatia is in the European Union, they use the Croatian kuna instead of the Euro: an important one to know before buying your holiday money. Speaking of money, Pula is a fantastic destination if you're looking for a budget holiday. Dinner for two in a mid-range restaurant costs little over £23*, a pint of draught beer is about £1.75*, and a 5km taxi journey costs about £8*. Pula has a warmer climate than Manchester, especially during summer when it's very hot. Temperatures often approach 30°C during July, so it's a good idea to choose hotels in Pula with air conditioning.
Looking for inspiration? Read our top 9 things to do in Pula and Rovinj.
*Prices subject to change
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