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Here you can determine which Postalcode belongs to which City and the other way around.

Our Postalcode directory contains all Postalcodes used around the World and can be searched by City or Postalcode.

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We will help you to find your Postal Code for your Country or Place.
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We build daily on this Page and extend at least all 24h Places with the corresponding Postal Code. All Data come from our own Research or direct Messages from our visitors. You want to help us out and discover some wrong Postal Codes? Then please send us the correct Postal Code with Country and Town.

How the Postal Code search works

1. Type the city or your Postal Code into the Searchfield above.
2. You will then receive some search Suggestions.
3. Click on a Result
4. Your Postalcode or city will appear on the next page.

Alternatively to the standard search, you can of course also find your postcode/place by simply clicking through the different Countries.

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A

Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria

B

Bahrain
Barbados
Belarus
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria

C
Cameroon
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic

D
Denmark
Dominican Republic

E

Egypt
El Salvador
Estonia

F
Fiji
Finland
France

G
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Greenland
Guam
Guernsey

H

Honduras
Hong Kong
Hungary

I

Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy

J

Jamaica
Japan
Jordan

K

Kenya
Kuwait

L

Latvia
Lebanon
Lithuania
Luxembourg

M

Macedonia
Malaysia
Malta
Marshall Islands
Mauritius
Mayotte
Mexico
Moldova
Mongolia
Montenegro

N

Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway

P

Pakistan
Paraguay
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico

R

Reunion
Romania
Russian Federation

S

Serbia
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sweden
Switzerland
Saudi Arabia

T

Taiwan
Thailand
Tunisia
Turkey

U

Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Uruguay

V

Venezuela
Virgin Islands, U.S.

Z

Zimbabwe

Why Postals Codes

Postal codes have a certain statement that the normal viewer will certainly not be able to understand at first glance. The postal codes can be divided into different categories. The most common type of postal code is the post office box postal code, followed by the home delivery postal code, but this applies to the vast majority of postal users. Large recipients either receive their own postal code from Swiss Post or share it with other large recipients. Action postal codes are used for certain mostly one-off campaigns by large recipients, such as postal votes and competitions.

The first two digits within a postal code are used to assign a city geographically, i.e. it is determined in which target region a letter should arrive, for example.

What comes on the letter or the package?

You must clearly indicate the name and address with the postcode of the person to whom you are sending the mail. It is optional to indicate your own name and address on the back of the mail when you send it by registered mail or abroad. If you send mail overseas, you must also specify the country.

A postal code is a number that refers to the area in which an address is located, which makes sorting postal items as easy as ending misdirections to similar addresses at different locations….Each street or area is assigned a postal code! Make sure that you enter the house number and street name as well as the city. This is a numeric or alphanumeric sequence that identifies a district or location to help postal workers or machines sort mail.

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