A view of Pazardzhik

The Pazardzhik municipality occupies an area of 636 722 decares, which is 14.3% of the territory of the District of Pazardzhik.

It is situated at a longitude of 2420' E and a latitude of 4211' N along the valley of the Maritsa River, in the fertile Pazardzhik-Plovdiv Field. It occupies the western part of the Upper Thracian Lowland, enclosed between the southern slopes of the Sredna Gora Mountain and the steep northern slopes of the Rhodopes. It borders the Chirpan Elevations to the east. The transitional continental climate end the prevalent fertile alluvial meadow soils and talus soils have made Pazardzhik the centre of a rich farming area.

The municipality borders seven municipalities of the District of Pazardzhik - Strelcha, Panagyurishte, Lessichovo, Septemvri, Rakitovo, Peshtera and Bratsigovo, and also four municipalities of the District of Plovdiv - Saedinenie, Stambpliiski, Maritsa and Rodopi.