Trudovets is a village in West Bulgaria. It is situated in Botevgrad municipality, Sofia region.
It is located in the Botevgrad hollow at the foot of Stara planina mountain and its altitude is about 370 m. The climate is temperate and is characterized with warm summer and cold winter as typical for this area is that the sun shines most of the time during the year.
The village is one of the largest in the municipality and is well maintained. The main streets are asphalted and with lighting. All mobile operators have coverage as well as there are cable TV and Internet. There is constructed central water sewerage as well as electricity system.
The permanent population is about 3195 people. The people are mainly occupied in farming. On the territory are working two commercial firms "Gramer" that produces seats for all kinds of vehicles and "Bovis" firm that is making foods and drinks.
Regular bus transportation connects it to the neighboring settlements and provides that good links.
Here are functioning town hall, primary school, kindergarten and nursery, sports clubs and community center. Two GPs take care for the people. In Botevgrad are working high schools, as well as medical center. The nearest hospitals are on the territory of the capital.
There are constructed monuments of the fallen during the wars, of the anti-fascists and the poet Nikola Rakitin and the community center is named after him.
The village is famous for its cultural activity and the quality wine that its residents produce.
The people that enjoy fishing can take advantage of the conditions for sports fishing near the fish pond of hotel "Zlatna ribka".
Here can be seen remains of old Roman road in Bulgarian - Druma as well as mounds. On the left is located the old church "St George" that is one nave and dates back to the end of the XVI century. In 1987 it was declared monument of culture.