About Vojvodina

When you set off from Salzburg in Austria, via Graz, Zagreb, Budapest towards Greece, or set sail on the Danube from Germany to Black Sea, you are bound to pass through Vojvodina, northernmost province in the Republic of Serbia, bordering the EU nested between Croatia, Hungary and Romania. A beautiful landscape, a mild climate, a multicultural and multilingual environment with people of 26 nationalities, along with the strategic advantages of the region and excellent ratio between the quality and cost of labour and productivity are what make small region of Vojvodina a diverse and progressive investment location which offers abundant opportunities for growth, innovation and success.

The ideal geographic location of Vojvodina region, covering 21,506 square kilometers, provides excellent opportunities for production sites, logistics, and export processing zones.

In addition to various free trade agreements, many benefits originating from its favorable location, including the two major Pan-European transport routes (Corridor 10 and Danube River), are readily available to all of the companies doing business in Vojvodina.

If you're looking to sharpen your competitive edge and get a step ahead of your competitors – Vojvodina is the right place to grow your profits.

Quick Facts

Geographic Coordinates, Novi Sad (45º19'N - 19º51'E)
The capital city: Novi Sad (336,000 inhabitants, 70-80 m above sea level)
Area: 21,506 km2
Relief: The rich, fertile plains
Climate: moderate continental
Export volume 2019 €6.1 bn
Export growth rate 2018/20198.6%

Key export sectors:

Food & Beverage
Motor vehicles&trailers
Agricultural production
Other machines&equipment
Electrical products
Coke&oil derivate production

Temperature: The average annual temperature in the town is 10.9 °C. In winter, the average temperature is –1 °C and in July it is 21.6 °C. Temperature extremes range from –30.7 °C (24th January 1963) and +41.5 °C (6th July 1950).

Precipitation: Annual rainfall is 686 mm, and there are 122 rainy days. The lowest watermark in the Danube is 70.83 m and the highest is 79.70 m altitude. The highest marked water level is +778 cm, and the lowest is - 134 cm.

Natural resources: Extraordinary plain landscape with a lot of greenery, big rivers (one of the largest in Europe – Danube), canals, lakes, spas, "Fruska Gora" National park and Deliblatska desert (sandy terrain) are only a part of Vojvodina treasure. Besides, Vojvodina is abundant with arable land, oil and natural gas, fishponds, forests, etc.


Vojvodina is among the most culturally vibrant places in the region. It is a home to 26 different nationalities where 6 official languages are in use. This magnitude of multicultural density is what guarantees continuous supply of fresh perspectives and an ever-enduring exchange of creative ideas between people that share the same values of inclusive, cohesive, and open society.

Our rich diversity and a wealth of historical heritage can be most easily absorbed through our local food specialties that represent a fusion between different gastronomic influences. Various arts and music festivals all year round are continuously invigorating the cultural landscape allowing you to recharge your creative batteries and get in that innovation-oriented mindset.

Population 1.9 million
M: 939,617
F: 992,192
26 nationalities
Ethnic groups: Serbs, Hungarians, Romanians, Slovaks, Croats, Ruthenians, Muslims and many other.
Offical languages:Serbian,Hungarian, Romania,Slovak, Ruthenin, Croatian (all official in Vojvodina)

% Population structure by age:

  • under 35 years: - 37,3 % of population
  • 35-44 yrs: 14.09%
  • 45-54 yrs: 13.75%
  • 55-64yrs: 15.15%
  • 65+ 18.27%

Life expectancy: Total population 75.5 yrs

  • Female 78 yrs
  • Male 73 yrs