Letnitsa is a town and administrative centre of Letnitsa Municipality, Lovech Region.
There is another village in Bulgaria with the same name. It is at Dragoman Municipality, Sofia Region.
It is set along Osam riverside, at the Danube plain, at the foot of the front Balkan Mountains.
The population is approximately 3800 people.
Operational are shops, public houses, guest houses, 'Bacho Kiro' secondary school, kindergarten and community centre. Medical care is provided by four doctors. The nearest hospital is in town of Levski.
Good transportation links to the neighbouring towns and villages, and the whole country.
The guests of Letnitsa may visit the following places of interest:
About 8 km away is the natural site 'Maarata' in village of Krushuna. It includes the Krushuna waterfalls (the biggest waterfall cascade in the country), Krushuna rock monastery and Bonin cave (the longest Bulgarian underground lake is here as well).
About 12 km in south direction is village of Karpachevo, where the Bulgarian poet and publicist Hristo Karpachev was born. Places of interest are his house-museum and his monument in the centre of the village.
Another interesting site in the region is Devetaki Cave - one of the biggest and most impressive ones in the country. It is set on the banks of Osam River, about 37 km away of Letnitsa.
In the year of 1963 a silver Thracian treasure was found in the town. Nowadays it is exposed in the National Archeological Museum in Sofia city.