Dolno izvorovo is a village in southern Bulgaria. It is located in Kazanlak Municipality, Stara Zagora region.
It is about 11 km northeast from the town of Kazanlak, about 44 km north from the city of Stara Zagora, about 55 km south from the city of Gabrovo and 262 km southeast from the capital city Sofia.
Regular bus transport links it with the town of Kazanlak and the city of Stara Zagora.
Village is situated at the foots of Stara planina mountain with a great view of Botev peak, Triglav, and Sredna gora at 576m altitude.
The permanent population is about 600 inhabitants.
The climate is temperate-continental, with many sunny days. The winter is mild, snow is rare. The summer is hot, rainfalls are rare.
Dolno izvorovo has a town hall, community center and kindergarten. There is cable Tv and coverage of all mobile operators. One general practitioner is looking after the health of the inhabitants. The nearest school and hospital are located in the town of Kazanlak.
River Enina, passes nearby and attracts fishing fans and lands of the village are suitable for eco-tourism, walking and recreation.
Near the village of Dolno izvorovo unique Thracian domed tomb was found, located below the mound in its southern periphery deep underground.