Vetovo is a town situated in the Central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is administrative centre of Vetovo Municipality, Ruse region.
Its population is approximately 5700 people. Vetovo is the third biggest town in the region after the town of Ruse and Byala.
The town is set in the Danube plain, in the western part of Ludogorie land. The relief is plain. There are forest massifs in some areas. The sea altitude is 188 m. Beli Lom River and Tochiyska River pass through the territory of the region. The climate is humid continental and characterizes with hot, dry summer and cold winter.
The town is with well-developed infrastructure. It comprises a municipality building, a school, a kindergarten, a community centre, health services, a pharmacy, a druggist's and shops. Well-developed are the bus and railway transport in the region. The main road Ruse-Varna passes nearby.
The region is rich of ores and minerals. The debits of kaolin and quarts sand have the biggest importance. The debits of kaolin are the biggest on the Balkans. The layouts are deep more than 8 m. The kaolin produces ceramics, porcelain and glass which are imported to Austria, Italy and Germany.
Beneficial are the black earth and alluvial soils which are convenient for all kinds of agriculture crops.
Beli Lom River has two landmarks that could be visited - 'Ribarnitsite' (Breeding ponds) and 'Beli Lom' natural reserve. 'Ribarnitsite' are meant to keep the topography of the ruddy shelduck.
Natural Park 'Rusenski Lom' is one of the most famous places of interest in Ruse region. It characterizes with rick biological variety, landscape and unique cultural-historical inheritance.
'Cherna peshtera' (Black Cave) is a palaeolithic deposit, which is a Thracian antic and medieval settlement in 'Kadiytsa' land on the right banks of Lom River.