Trg Mladih is the city’s heart and one of the first places to see in Brcko. Late 19th-century Austro-Hungarian buildings line the pedestrianised street, including former merchant houses, the nearby City Hall, and Hotel Posavina. Because of the prime location along the River Sava, Brcko became relatively wealthy from plum exports fuelling the city’s development.
Locals hang out in the central square, which gets busy and crowded in the evenings. You’ll find some of the best cafés and bars in Brcko along this stretch as well as vendors selling popcorn and ice cream.