Quantcast
Maps of World
Current, Credible, Consistent
Search
Maps / Serbia / Administrative Divisions of Serbia

Administrative Divisions of Serbia






The Republic of Serbia is a country located at the junction of Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central part of the Balkans. Serbia is a landlocked country and shares its border with Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; Macedonia to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro to the west; also, it borders Albania through the disputed region of Kosovo. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is among the largest cities in East-Central Europe.

Serbia is divided into municipalities, cities and autonomous provinces. The municipalities and cities are combined to form districts. There are 29 districts, 150 municipalities and 24 cities.

Autonomous Provinces of Serbia
Serbia has two autonomous provinces: Vojvodina (northern Serbia with 39 municipalities and 6 cities) and Kosovo and Metohija (southern Serbia with 28 municipalities and 1 city).

Statistical Regions of Serbia
Serbia has five statistical regions are:
  • Vojvodina
  • Belgrade
  • Šumadija and Western Serbia
  • Southern and Eastern Serbia
  • Kosovo and Metohija
Municipalities of Serbia
Serbia is divided into 150 municipalities. The municipalities of Serbia are:
  • Ada
  • Aleksandrovac
  • Aleksinac
  • Alibunar
  • Apatin
  • Aranđelovac
  • Arilje
  • Babušnica
  • Bač
  • Bačka Palanka
  • Bačka Topola
  • Bački Petrovac
  • Bajina Bašta
  • Batočina
  • Bečej
  • Bela Crkva
  • Bela Palanka
  • Beočin
  • Blace
  • Bogatić
  • Bojnik
  • Boljevac
  • Bor
  • Bosilegrad
  • Brus
  • Bujanovac
  • Čajetina
  • Ćićevac
  • Čoka
  • Crna Trava
  • Ćuprija
  • Đakovica
  • Dečani
  • Despotovac
  • Dimitrovgrad
  • Doljevac
  • Gadžin Han
  • Glogovac
  • Gnjilane
  • Golubac
  • Gora1
  • Gornji Milanovac
  • Inđija
  • Irig
  • Istok
  • Ivanjica
  • Kačanik
  • Kanjiža
  • Kikinda
  • Kladovo
    • Klina
    • Knić
    • Knjaževac
    • Koceljeva
    • Kosjerić
    • Kosovo Polje
    • Kosovska Kamenica
    • Kosovska Mitrovica
    • Kovačica
    • Kovin
    • Krupanj
    • Kučevo
    • Kula
    • Kuršumlija
    • Lajkovac
    • Lapovo
    • Lebane
    • Leposavić
    • Lipljan
    • Ljig
    • Ljubovija
    • Lučani
    • Majdanpek
    • Mali Iđoš
    • Mali Zvornik
    • Malo Crniće
    • Medveđa
    • Merošina
    • Mionica
    • Negotin
    • Nova Crnja
    • Nova Varoš
    • Novi Bečej
    • Novi Kneževac
    • Novo Brdo
    • Obilić
    • Odžaci
    • Opovo
    • Orahovac
    • Osečina
    • Paraćin
    • Peć
    • Pećinci
    • Petrovac na Mlavi
    • Pirot
    • Plandište
    • Podujevo
    • Požega
    • Preševo
    • Priboj
    • Prijepolje
    • Prizren
    • Prokuplje
    • Rača
    • Raška
    • Ražanj
    • Rekovac
    • Ruma
    • Sečanj
    • Senta
    • Šid
    • Sjenica
    • Smederevska Palanka
    • Sokobanja
    • Srbica
    • Srbobran
    • Sremski Karlovci
    • Stara Pazova
    • Štimlje
    • Štrpce
    • Surdulica
    • Suva Reka
    • Svilajnac
    • Svrljig
    • Temerin
    • Titel
    • Topola
    • Trgovište
    • Trstenik
    • Tutin
    • Ub
    • Uroševac
    • Varvarin
    • Velika Plana
    • Veliko Gradište
    • Vitina
    • Vladičin Han
    • Vladimirci
    • Vlasotince
    • Vrbas
    • Vrnjačka Banja
    • Vršac
    • Vučitrn
    • Žabalj
    • Žabari
    • Žagubica
    • Žitište
    • Žitorađa
    • Zubin Potok
    • Zvečan
    Districts of Serbia
    Serbia has 29 districts which are formed by combining municipalities and cities. The districts of Serbia are:
    • Bor District
    • Braničevo District
    • Central Banat District
    • Jablanica District
    • Kolubara District
    • Kosovo District
    • Kosovo-Pomoravlje District
    • Kosovska Mitrovica District
    • Mačva District
    • Moravica District
    • Nišava District
    • North Bačka District
    • North Banat District
    • Pčinja District
    • Peć District
    • Pirot District
    • Podunavlje District
    • Pomoravlje District
    • Prizren District
    • Rasina District
    • Raška District
    • South Bačka District
    • South Banat District
    • Srem District
    • Šumadija District
    • Toplica District
    • West Bačka District
    • Zaječar District
    • Zlatibor District
    Cities of Serbia
    Serbia has 24 cities. The cities of Serbia are:
    • City of Belgrade
    • Jagodina
    • Kragujevac
    • Kraljevo
    • Kruševac
    • Leskovac
    • Loznica
    • Niš
    • Novi Pazar
    • Novi Sad
    • Pančevo
    • Požarevac
    • Priština
    • Smederevo
    • Sombor
    • Sremska Mitrovica
    • Subotica
    • Užice
    • Valjevo
    • Vranje
    • Zaječar
    • Zrenjanin
    • Čačak
    • Šabac
    You May Like
    For further info please get in touch with
    Bill Spicer Executive VP, MapXL
    For US Queries
      (408) 637-0064   bill@mapxl.com