Pordim is a town in northern Bulgaria. Administrative center is Pordim municipality, Pleven district.
Situated 20 km east of Pleven, 90 km northwest of the town of Veliko Tarnovo, 132 kilometers southwest of Rousse, 190 km northeast of Sofia.
The population is around 2100 people.
The predominant landscape is flat and hilly, and the average altitude was 184 m.
The climate is temperate continental and relatively dry. Winter is particularly cold. Average temperatures in January are around - 5 º C. Spring is warm and the summer - very hot due to the plain character of the area. Average temperatures in July range between 30-35 º C. Autumn cold days occur in mid-October.
In Pleven, Municipality Pordim the municipality richest in dams, 23 in number. Their presence is a prerequisite for the development of fish farming.
The economy is characterized by a predominant share of agriculture to industrial production.
Structurally sectors are agriculture, light industry, food industry.
13 of 23 dams have been rented for fish farming. Production is intended mainly for the market of municipal and regional level.
The town is landscaped and maintained infrastructure. There are electricity, water supply, telecommunication networks and sewage is partially built.
Transportation - Pordim railroad station Sofia-Varna (Rousse). Can be achieved with a regular bus.
Education - Secondary School St. Cyril and Methodius, Professional School of Agriculture Dr. Edward Haskell, United kindergarten Magic World, center Ivan Radoev.
20 km away is the town of Pleven, where you can visit many cultural and historical attractions, the most famous of which is Panorama Pleven 1877.
Pleven is built around a green area of about 25 thousand acres, including parks: Kaylaka, General Lavrov, General Genetski, Grivitsa etc. Which serve as a filter against air pollution and walk for residents and tourists .