Borovtsi is a village in northwestern Bulgaria, part of Berkovitsa municipality and Montana region.
It is located in the Fore, about 13 km northeast of Berkovitsa, at the same distance southwest of Montana and approximately 95 km northwest of Sofia.
The terrain is hilly with an average altitude of 206 m. Climate is temperate, characterized by snowy winters, hot summers and rainy springs and autumns.
The village is one of the largest in the area. It has electricity and water. The streets are partially paved and lighted. There is coverage of all mobile operators. Bus transport links it with the municipality center and the surrounding villages and railway transport with Boychinovtsi /30 km northeast/, Mezdra /55 km southeast/ and Montana.
Borovtsi has population of about 700 people.
The village has a town hall, a church, a community center, a kindergarten, two pensioner clubs, shops and a center for training young people at risk that leave the institutions. The nearest school is in the village Zamfirovo / about 6 km southeast /. A general practitioner serves both villages.
Cities of Berkovitsa and Montana have specialized medical care.
Borovtsi is less than 4 km south of Ogosta dam lake, which is suitable for fishing and water sports. The village is surrounded by deciduous forests and lots of meadows.
Approximately 24 km northwest is located the Lopushan monastery, restored and impressing with its beautiful architecture.
In Berkovitsa guests can explore the house-museum "Ivan Vazov", the situated nearby Architectural Museum of Culture and the Clock Tower, which is a remarkable monument, built in 1762.
At about 30 km southeast of Borovtsi is Varshets, a spa resort with mineral springs and beautiful nature. The water treats diseases of the heart, the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system.