Bardarski Geran is a village in the municipality of Byala Slatina, District Vratsa.
It is 9 km north of Byala Slatina, 57 km northeast of Vratsa, 20 km northwest of the city Knezha and about 160 km northeast of Sofia.
It is situated at an altitude of 166 meters. The climate is characterized by warm summers and cold winters.
The population numbers about 760 people. There is regular bus transport to Sofia and Byala Slatina.
There are a town hall, community center, a home for children deprived of parental care and shops in Bardarski Geran. Medical care is covered by a general practitioner. Nearest schools, kindergartens and hospitals are in Byala Slatina.
The village was founded by Banat Bulgarians. They are descendants of refugees from areas of Nikopol and Svishtov, who after the defeat of the uprising Chiprovsko riot in 1688 settled in the Banat region, part of Austria-Hungary at that time. After liberation in 1878, they returned and base five villages - Dragomirovo, Gostilya, Bregare, Asenovo and Bardarski Geran.