1,331 Postal Codes in Serbia

The average area for zip codes in Serbia is 66.1 km² with the largest being 36310 in Sjenica, Central Serbia at 569.3 km² and the smallest being 18203 in Niš, Central Serbia at 0.347 km². In Serbia the average population for a postal code is 5,945 with the most populated being zip code 21101 in Novi Sad, Autonomna Pokrajina Vojvodina at 117,316. The average population density for a postal code in Serbia is 330.3 / km² with the densest being zip code 11111 in Belgrade, Central Serbia at 18,705 / km². The median age for postal codes in Serbia range from 27.5 years old for 36323 in Tutin, Central Serbia to 73.2 years old for 19366 in Knjazevac, Central Serbia. The fastest growing postal code is 19229 in Bor, Central Serbia with population growth of 74.8% from 2000 to 2015, an average of 3.8% per year.

TimezoneCentral European Time
Area88,361 km²
Population7.3 million
Population Density83.1 / km²
Postal Codes10000, 10010, 10020 (1,328 more)
Area Codes10, 11, 12 (40 more)
Businesses in Serbia155,255
Cities292

Postal Code Ranges

Postal CodesAdministrative RegionNumber of postal codes
11000 - 19377, 31102 - 37257Central Serbia693
21101 - 31327Vojvodina283

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