Razboishte is a village in West Bulgaria. It is situated in Godech municipality, Sofia region.
It is 25 km west of the town of Godech, 21 km in the same direction from the village of Tuden, 11 km northeast of the village of Kalotina and the border with Serbia. The capital Sofia is 68 km northeast of it.
It is situated in wide hollow at the beginning of Stara planina mountain near the flow of Nishava river and its altitude is 689 m. The climate is temperate and falls within a zone under the influence of the relief and is characterized by cold winter and hot summer. The coldest month is January and the hottest weather is in July.
The infrastructure is considerably well maintained. Bus and railway transportation connect the village with the other settlements. The central streets are asphalted and with lighting. There is water and electricity systems. The mobile operators have coverage.
The permanent population is about 23 people.
Here is functioning store. The town hall is in the village of Tuden and provides its services to both villages. For the health of the people take care the general practitioners and the dentists in the pollyclinic in Godech. There also are the nearest schools and kindergartens.
The village is one of the cultural attractions in the municipality - Razboishte Monastery "Vavedenie Bogorodichno", hidden in rock formations in the gorge of the river Nišava.
The river is suitable for the practice of fishing.
Just before the village on the road from the village to lay there Tuden Bukorovskiya monastery "St. George". It is unique in that there are five churches, of which one is active. Before it has old crosses, which are inscribed the names of saints. Here is found the oldest calendar found in Europe. He was in the form of a turtle and is now kept in a museum
Near the village is located the natural phenomenon Kotlite. It is gorgeous waterfall and the water falls from one karst formation that looks like a cauldron to another and then the river flows normally. Near it in the rock from 60 meters height in the upper end of the rock wreath is located Drakula cave. It is dry, horizontal and is 42 meters long. The entrance is wide with high arch. In the interior of the cave there is high main gallery, and the floor with covered with dirt and small pieces of mud. It ends with chimney from which falls water.
If you enjoy mountain biking here you will find many trails that offer the ideal conditions for the practicing of this sport.