Dobrovolevo is a village in North-west Bulgaria. It is part of Borovan Municipality, District of Vratsa.
The village population is about 900 residents.
The relief in the area is flat, with average altitude of 143 m.
Climate is continental, with mild winters and warm summers.
Infrastructure of the village includes partly asphalted and lighted streets, electricity, water, partial sewerage, coverage of mobile operators, telephone lines and cable TV.
Secondary road, linking to European Route E79 passes by the village.
There is regular bus transportation from and to the town of Borovan.
There is a town house, post office, kindergarten and school, shops and restaurants.
Medical services for the residents of Dobrolevo are provided by GP and dentist.
Close to the village is Jivkovets Reservoir, with beautiful location, appropriate for development of tourism, combined with water sports, fishing and more.
Traces of a Thracian settlement from the Bronze Age, and several Thracian burial mounds have been found in the village.
The museum in the town of Borovan, was opened in 1972 and consists of two rooms - "Archaeology" and "History", where 300 different artifacts collected have been collected.