Tsar-Petrovo is a village in Northwestern Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality of Kula, Vidin region.
It is situated near the border with Serbia, 14 km northeast of the municipal center Kula, 27 km southwest of the town of Vidin and 218 km northwest of Sofia city. It is located 5 km away from the main road Vidin-Kula.
Its population numbers about 300 people. The climate is temperate-continental. The terrain is varied, the average altitude is 230 m.
The village has a library, movie theater, church and primary school, which had been closed. Children can be taught in high school and kindergarten in Kula. Residents can count on the care of a GP and a dentist, specialized medical care they can get back in Kula.
The village has electricity and water supplies and asphalt roads.
A legend says that King Peter (A Bulgarian king) was killed in the village and thus it takes its name.
There is a small farm for warms in the village.
There is a church.
In the region you can also visit:
Rakovishki monastery "Holy Trinity", which is located 36 km southwest. Founded in X-XI century, and after the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule declined. It was restored in the XVII century by St. Pimen Sofiyski. In the late XVIII century it was destroyed. Currently it is restored and operating. The road to the monastery passes through the village of Rakovica.
Ancient fortress Castra Martis, whose remains are located in the town of Kula. It was likely built by the Emperor Diocletian between III and IV century. It defended the way from Bononia to Singidunum through Vrashka chuka that is one of the western passes of the Balkan Mountains.