Gorno Ablanovo is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Borovo Municipality, Ruse Region.
Regular public transportation to the municipal centre and the neighbouring villages.
The village nestles in the eastern part of the Danube plain, on 185 m above the sea level. It is about 10 km away of Danube and Yantra Rivers.
The relief is plain and hilly. Humid continental climate with dry, hot summers and cold winters.
The village is well-developed, provided with electricity, water and communication equipment. Partial sewerage system. The population is approximately 1100 people.
There is a town-hall, a post office, health service, an elementary school, a church, a community centre with a library and different commercial areas.
The region is with well-developed agriculture - grain production (wheat, barley and corn) and stock-breeding (cattle, pigs and poultry).
Gorno Ablanovo is a nice, coquettish village with well-preserved traditions and spirit.
It is rich of subsoil water and many of the houses comprise draw-wells. There are several stone fountains that never get dry.
The picturesque Danube riverside at village of Batin (8 km) is perfect for recreation, fishing and bird surveillance. Yantra River is suitable for kayaking in its part from town of Byala to Danube River.
The lovers of exotic animals may visit the well-kept small zoo garden in the centre of Ekzarch Yosif (9 km). The second longest cave in Bulgaria is 'Orlova chuka' at the settlement of Pepelina (26 km).