Dragomirovo is a quiet and peaceful village which spreads between the folds of the Danube Plain.

The soil is extremely generous which is why most of the local people work in the agriculture.

Dragomirovo was named after the famous Russian General Mihail Dragomirov, who led the Russian troops when they forced the Danube River near Svishtov in the night of 28.06.1877.

The village is about 12 miles south from the port Town of Svishtov and the Danube River and it is well connected to the surrounding towns and villages by buses. There are food shops, local pubs, post office, regular transport to/from nearby villages/towns, etc. In the village one can fine everything needed for the every-day life.

The nearest town for the weekly shopping is Svishtov,at about 12 miles away. The Town of Pleven is at 40 miles distance and the district’s center – Veliko Turnovo – is at about 50 miles.


The coastal City of Varna with its famous beach resorts and international airport is about 160 miles away.

The village is located approximately 140 miles to the capital City Sofia & International Sofia Airport, and about 115 miles away to the City of Bucharest (RO) and its International Airport “Otopeni”. Also not too far is the lovely architectural City of Ruse, only about 65 miles away, bordering Bulgaria and Romenia on the Danube River.

It is only about 50 miles to the historical and touristic City of Veliko Turnovo. Located on the famous “River Yantra” (the 3rd longest Bulgarian tributary of the Danube River), “VT” is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Bulgaria. From its rich historical value to its thriving modern nightlife and lush natural surroundings that provide many excellent opportunities for outdoor recreational activities, Veliko Turnovo offers you everything you could ever want for the perfect holiday!! Next to Veliko Turnovo is the famous Ski Resort Uzana.