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The City of Krusevac covers an area of 854 km², encompassing 101 settlements with over 145,000 inhabitants. The city itself, as an urban area, has the population of 65,000 citizens.
Krusevac is the centre of the Rasina Administrative District which includes municipalities of Aleksandrovac, Brus, Varvarin, Trstenik, and Cicevac.

As a town of a rich tradition and several centuries long history, a medieval Serbian capital once, Krusevac of today represents a modern city, economical, administrative, educational, informational, and sports centre significant for the Rasina District and the Republic of Serbia.

Geo-morphological and climatic characteristics: 
- Mostly highland area with smaller basins in rivers valleys
- Average altitude is 300m
- Average temperature is 11ºC
- Relative humidity 66-83%

Natural Resources:

Forests cover approximately 35% of the City’s area. The largest forests are on the Jastrebac Mountain which is the most forested mountain in the whole Balkans.
The territory of Krusevac is also known for its significant mineral and geo-thermal springs (Bela Voda, Ribarska Banja, Lomnica, Zabare, Čitluk).
Construction material (pebble, sand, and stone) can be found in river valleys, and Bela Voda is famous for its high quality sandstone.

International Cooperation with Cities:

Krusevac, as the only town on the Balkans, is awarded with “Peace Messenger City” and “Peace Medal” and has a longstanding international cooperation with twin cities: - Pistoia, Italy
- Trogir, Croatia
- Corfu, Greece
- Szentendre, Hungary
-Kiryat Gat, Israel
- RamnikuValcea, Romania
- Bijeljina, RepublikaSrpska ( Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Zalec, Slovenia
- Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
- Volgograd, Russia

Geographical characteristics

Krusevac Municipality is situated in the central part of the Republic of Serbia. It covers the most southern part of the Panonian Basin and area between the Panonian Basin and Dinarides in Serbia. It has an area of 854km2, with 101 settlements divided in to 52 local communities and 20 administrative offices. The municipality lies in the valleys of Zapadna Morava, Rasina, Pepeljusa, and Ribare rivers, between Jastrebac, part of Kopaonik, and Zeljin mountains, and partly between the slops of Mojsinje Mountain and Gledic Mountais. Krusevac Municipality borders with Varvarin Municipality on the North, Cicevac and Razanj municipalities on the North-East, Aleksinac municipality on the East, municipalities of Prokuplje and Blace on the South side, and Brus, Aleksandrovac, and Trstenilk municipalities on the South-West and the West side. According to census from 2002, this area has the population of 137,371 inhabitants. Krusevac Municipality is the centre of the Rasina Administrative District that also includes municipalities of Aleksandrovac, Brus, Varvarin, Trstenik i Cicevac.
Krusevac lies in Krusevac Basin that encompasses composite valley of the Zapadna Morava River, and between Levča and Temnic on the North, Zupa, Kopaonik, and Jastrebac on the South, Kraljevo Basin and the valley of the Ibar River on the West. Krusevac Municipality covers an area of 854 km2. The city is located at 43.58° North and 21.32° East geographical coordinates.



Tourist Organization of the City of Krusevac

Majke Jugovica 3, 37000 Krusevac

+381 37 445 180

Working hours:

Monday-Friday: 08:00-16:00

Contact TIC

Tourist Information Centre

Trg Kosovskih junaka br.6

+381 37 44 11 33

Working hours:

Monday-Friday: 08:00-20:00

Saturday: 09:00-15:00