The part of Republika Srpska, that is, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on which the City of Laktaši extends, occupies the northwestern part of our Republic, 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 the river Vrbas flows and divides it into the parish (right bank of the Vrbas) and the sub-Kozarsko-levci part (the left bank of the Vrbas).

It is administratively divided into 11 local communities with 37 settlements, with a total area of ​​38,838 hectares.

Having been on important roads since time immemorial, the City of Laktaši is very communicatively attractive, which has significantly affected its development and the mentality of its inhabitants.

Linked to the Left Field for a large area of ​​the fertile Pannonian Plain, Laktaši  has always been an area where the rich color of the Balkans and the intertwining of East and West can be felt at the same time. Important roads intersect this area: Banja Luka-Gradiška-Okučani highway (exit to Belgrade-Zagreb highway), Banja Luka-Doboj highway, and roads: Klašnice-Prnjavor and Laktaši-Srbac, while Banja Luka International Airport is only three kilometers from the city centres, which makes this area close to European and world capitals.