Republic Square or Square of the Republic (Serbian: Трг републике / Trg republike) is one of the central town squares and an urban neighborhood of Belgrade, located in the Stari Grad municipality. It is the site of some of Belgrade's most recognizable public buildings, including the National Museum, the National Theatre and the statue of Prince Michael.
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The quintessential location for all tourists. It is the very center of Belgrade and located in front of the monument of Knez Mihailo, between the national theater and national museum.
The main meeting place in Belgrade. Very lively and nice when lit up at night.
It's a main squre of Belgrade city, usually lots of people a perfect starting point for sight-seeing and good spot for arrange meeting.
The center of the city and the most popular meeting point. Very beautiful square, surrounded by beautiful buildings. Always full of people.
The central part of the city, the hearth of Belgrade. Most of the event would take place here. Right at the corner is one of the most popular nightclubs and on the other part is the best pancake shop in the whole country. You will see many joung people resting either bear the statues or the fountain. The teather is just oposite and most of the buses and trams that end/start here. The square is easily reachable from any direction.
The center of Belgrade for a tourist. Every direction to go from here has something interesting to see. We have been here in every day of our visit and didn't get bored. Visit every street you can, all of the streets are full of interesting shops and historic buildings. Architecture is amazing.
Like other parts of Belgrade, it has gorgeous buildings and a spacial statue. I think the most crowded place of the city is here, and some of walking tours, especially underground tours starts from here. All in all, a bucket list place.
Large square in the center of Belgrade. Loads of cafés and pattiseries. Surrounded by beautiful buildings, with the national museum and the opera house on one side. On the other is the start of the iconic pedestrian Knez Mihajlova street that ends at the Kalemegdan fort and park. Always vibrantly busy. The place to meet your friends.
Nice place, center of the Belgrade, center of Serbia and center of ex Yugoslavia. There is also national museum, national theater and main city street wich is walking area with many beautiful buildings, many shops and caffes. That street lead you right to Kalemegdan (Belgrade fortres).
Its an amazing, culture filled place that tells you everything about this country, this city and all you have to do is go into a coffe shop(kafana)and you are in a goldmine of serbia history if you find an old nice man
Large central square in the center of Belgrade, with iconic statue of Prince Michael. Surrounded with cafés, restaurants and beautiful buildings. This is the most crowded place of the city. There is also National museum and National theater.
Nice be weary of pick pockets tho. Other than that street performance with ❤ and more diverse then you'd imagine. Shop with street vendors. Good prices. Deecent quality. Friendly ppl to...but again watch your pockets....young girl attempted to steal my bag. I caught her so all is well.
The heart of Belgrade. People always met up here because it's interconnected with a lot of public transport. Also there's a lot of coffee shops, cafés and bars here. The national theater and national museum are also here.
You have to spend some time in this beautiful square. It is not just a square. There is a beautiful statue and there are some beautiful buildings and nice cafes near this square. Many people come to this place to have a good time.
Fantastic.. The hub of the city.. great walks in all directions but head towards the big park and Danube river.. beautiful
There are a lot of great coffee places. They also serve some good food.