Location and climate

Položaj i klimaSerbia is a landlocked country situated in southeastern Europe, in the centre of the Balkan Peninsula, between 41°53′ and 46°11′ latitude North and 18°49′ and 23°00′ longtitude East. Because Serbia covers part of the Pannonian Plain in the north, the country also belongs to Central Europe, while due to its southern region, in terms of geography and climate, Serbia is also considered a Mediterranean country. Serbia stands at the crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe, its routes leading via the Morava-Vardar and Nišava-Marica valleys to the Aegean coast, to Asia Minor and to the Middle East. European Transport Corridors 7 (the Danube) and 10 (road and rail) pass through Serbia and meet in Belgrade

Položaj i klima

The climate of Serbia is moderately continental, with localised variations and a gradual change between the seasons. The mean annual air temperature for areas 300 m above sea-level is 10.9°C and for regions at an altitude of 300 m to 500 m it is around 10°C. In mountainous regions above 1000 m the air temperature is around 6°C, while in regions above 1500 m it is around 3°C. Autumn is warmer than spring. The coldest month is January with the mean monthly temperature ranging from -6°C in mountainous regions to around 0°C in the country’s flat regions. The warmest month is July with the mean monthly temperature ranging from 11°C to 22°C