Geopolitical map of Serbia

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CapitalPopulationArea
Belgrade 7,344,847 88,361
Country codePhone CodeLocal HourTime zone
RS +381 03:46:30 Europe/Belgrade
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Some data about Serbia

Serbia is a country of 7,344,847 inhabitants, with an area of ​88,361 km2, its capital is Belgrade and its time zone is "Europe/Belgrade". Its ISO code is "RS" in 2 positions and "SRB" in 3 positions.

To be able to make a telephone call to Serbia, you must dial your telephone code, which is 381. The currency used in Serbia is the "Dinar" (RSD).

The administrative subdivision of Serbia (administrative division) is made up of 2 Autonomne pokrajine (level 1), 1 Provinces (level 1), 1 Capital district (level 2), 29 Okruga (level 2), 24 Gradovi (level 3) and 151 Opštine (level 3). Serbia has 6 cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants and 1 cities with more than one million inhabitants.

Above you have a geopolitical map of Serbia with a precise legend on its biggest cities, its road network, its airports, railways and waterways. Do not hesitate to click on the map of Serbia to access a zoom level and finer details.

Serbia shares borders with Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia and Romania.

Proportion of cities by number of inhabitants in Serbia

Number of cities by importance (population) in Serbia. Considering cities with a population of more than 100 000, 200 000, 500 000 and 1 million inhabitants, with the percentage of the population that these cities represent.

> 100k inhabitants > 200k inhabitants > 500k inhabitants > 1 million inhabitants
6 3 1 1
29.4 % 23.7 % 17.3 % 17.3 %
  • The 6 most important cities represent 29.4% of the entire population
  • The 3 most important cities represent 23.7% of the entire population
  • The 1 most important cities represent 17.3% of the entire population
  • The 1 most important cities represent 17.3% of the entire population

Administrative division of Serbia

Administrative subdivisionsAdministrative level
2 Autonomne pokrajine1
1 Provinces1
1 Capital district2
29 Okruga2
24 Gradovi3
151 Opštine3

List of first-order administrative division in Serbia

  • Central Serbia
  • Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina

List of major cities of Serbia

  • Belgrade1 273 651 inhabitants
  • Niš250 000 inhabitants
  • Novi Sad215 400 inhabitants
  • Zemun155 591 inhabitants
  • Kragujevac147 473 inhabitants
  • Čačak117 072 inhabitants
  • Subotica100 000 inhabitants
  • Leskovac94 758 inhabitants
  • Novi Pazar85 996 inhabitants
  • Kraljevo82 846 inhabitants
  • Zrenjanin79 773 inhabitants
  • Pančevo76 654 inhabitants
  • Kruševac75 256 inhabitants
  • Užice63 577 inhabitants
  • Smederevo62 000 inhabitants
  • Valjevo61 035 inhabitants
  • Vranje56 199 inhabitants
  • Šabac55 114 inhabitants
  • Zaječar49 800 inhabitants
  • Trstenik49 043 inhabitants
  • Sombor48 454 inhabitants
  • Kikinda41 935 inhabitants
  • Požarevac41 736 inhabitants
  • Pirot40 678 inhabitants
  • Bor39 387 inhabitants
  • Sremska Mitrovica39 084 inhabitants
  • Vršac36 300 inhabitants
  • Jagodina35 589 inhabitants
  • Ruma32 229 inhabitants
  • Bačka Palanka29 449 inhabitants
  • Prokuplje27 673 inhabitants
  • Smederevska Palanka27 000 inhabitants
  • Inđija26 247 inhabitants
  • Vrbas25 907 inhabitants
  • Bečej25 774 inhabitants
  • Knjazevac25 000 inhabitants
  • Aranđelovac24 309 inhabitants
  • Gornji Milanovac23 982 inhabitants
  • Lazarevac23 551 inhabitants
  • Sremčica23 000 inhabitants