Part of the Republic of Srpska, ie Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the Laktaši municipality is located, occupies the northwest part of our republic or more precisely, the area between the city of Banja Luka and the municipalities of Gradiška, Srbac, Prnjavor and Čelinac.
In the middle of its territory flows the river Vrbas and divides it into the Župa part (right bank of the Vrbas) and Lijevče-Potkozarje part (the left bank of the Vrbas).
It is administratively divided into 11 local communities with 37 settlements, on total area of 38,838 hectares.
Being located on the very important roads since the year dot, the Laktaši municipality is very attractive with its traffic infrastructure, which has had an important impact on its development and the mentality of its inhabitants who began to change and leave traditional forms of life and culture before the population of surrounding mountain ranges, quickly adopting all new changes.
Linked to the Lijevče field with a large area of fertile Panonnian lowland, the Laktaši municipality has always been a place where the rich Balkan diversity and the East and West can be felt at the same time. This area intercepts important roads: Banja Luka-Gradiška-Okučani highway (highway Belgrade-Zagreb), Banja Luka-Doboj highway, and roads: Klašnice-Prnjavor and Laktaši-Srbac, while the international airport of Banja Luka is only three kilometers away from the municipal centre, making this area close to European and world metropolises.