Radovene is a village in the Municipality Roman, District Vratsa.
It is located 5 km northeast of the town of Roman, 47 km southeast of Vratsa and about 100 km northeast of Sofia.
It is situated in the Balkan Mountains, at an altitude of 237 m. Iskar River passes through the village. The climate is characterized by warm summers and cold, but not frigid winters.
The population is about 380 people. There is regular bus transport to the Roman city and railway station through which trains pass through Mezdra Sofia, Vratsa and other places in the country.
In Radovene thre is range of mobile operators, cable TV and internet, the streets are partially paved. There are a town hall, a kindergarten and two grocery stores. Nearest school is located in the city of Roman and a hospital in Vratsa.
The village has very well developed hunting and fishing as Radovene visited by lovers across the country. Other interesting sights in the area are:
In Kunino / 6 km / tourists can see Chervenitsa scale, which is the most iconic tourist destination in the village. Furthermore, it is found near 200 caves, some of them reaching depths of over 100 meters.
The home of the academician is Ganovski Sava Museum, which houses an ethnographic collection.
In Gradishte area near the village is found a fortress which existed until the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule. One of the towers located in the east, is completely preserved in the foundations today.
In Kameno pole / 14 km / has unique caves, near the village has rock formations declared natural monuments.
Text and photos: Mirela, http://www.roman-bg.com, internet