Gorno Peshtene is a village in North-west Bulgaria. It is in Vratsa Municipality, District of Vratsa.
It is disposed in the left riverbank of River Skut, about 4 km north-west of the village of Tishevitsa, about 18 km north-east of the town of Vratsa and about 118 km away from the capital of Sofia in the same direction.
The relief is flat and slightly hilly, as the average altitude is 261 m. Climate is moderate continental, characterized with cold winters and hot summers.
The region is suitable for growing crops, such as corn, wheat and sunflower. Has developed viticulture and horticulture.
The village has electricity and water-supply, most streets are asphalted. There is coverage of all mobile operators, as well as regular bus transportation to Vratsa.
The population of Gorno Peshtene is about 400 residents. There is town house, church, community center, shop and a park at their disposal. The closest primary school is in the village of Tishevitsa, kindergartens and high schools are in the district town.
Medical services are provided by GP, and the closest hospital is in the town of Vratsa.
Gorno Peshtene is situated close to a dam, appropriate for fishing. The village is with preserved folk customs and rituals that recreate the local fair Oct. 14 / Petkovden /.
In the region the following landmarks can be visited: