Reading the constitution of Uzipis is really good fun. What an inventive brain who made that. Highly recommendable...
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Great place to walk around an area that has been transformed from a 'no go' area into a Bohemian art venue. Lots of little passages to explore. Pay a visit to the remains of the Jewish cemetery but don't expect the signs to get you...More
The Republic of Uzhupis makes everyone smile. One of their rules is: Everyone has the right to die, but this is not an obligation. Who wouldn't want to live there?
We were taken there as part of our free tour from the Town Hall by our young guide - mad idea - but if you have visited the KGB museum you see its importance. its just a small area but full of artists and arty...More
No galleries open on Monday not much to see other than the sign on the bridge, the constitution wall and the occasional flag with the Republics unique open hand symbol. Nevertheless a short 15 minute walk to say you have been to this quirky "independent"...More
This area declared itself as independent from the rest of Vilnius on April 1st 2000, during a meeting at a local pub later to become the official Barliment of Uzupis. It is a short walk over the bridge from the old town
This is a clever way to get tourists to visit this part of Old Town Vilnius. Make sure to see the Constitution of the Uzupis Republic posted in many, many languages. Also get a photo of the Republic's cute flag. There are numerous coffee shops...More
You should know back ground history about Uzupis then it will be more interesting to visit there. There are many art works. Around there you can get visa stamps at restaurants and shops if you like. This is kind of joke though.
Special zone within Vilnius definitely worth the visit. Learned about it after going with a free walking tour and I went again myself another day.