Virovsko is a village in Vratsa municipality, Vratsa district.
It is situated 25 km northeast of Vratsa, 28 km southwest of the town of Byala Slatina and about 120 km northeast of Sofia.
It is situated at an altitude of 304 meters, on the riverside of Virovchitsa. The climate is characterized by warm summers and relatively cold winters.
The population numbers about 390 people. There is regular bus transport to the town of Vratsa. Families from England, Russia and Palestine have property in Virovsko.
The village has a town hall, shops, cafes and a church. Nearest school and kindergarten work within the village Gabare / 13 km / and there are hospitals in Vratsa.
Guests can visit the village church "St. George" and the monument of the fallen soldiers of Virovsko.
Village Banica / 29 km / is known for its healing mineral waters gushing in its center. The church "St. Nikolai" was built in the 16th century and is one of the most beautiful in the region. In the village of Banica rises historical peak Milin stone, which has become the first battle of Botev with the Turks of Bulgarian land. Stroumina is medieval grave which is located near the village.
In Byala Slatina are interesting the Bunch - landmark located within the town, which today is his symbol, monuments of prominent revolutionaries and politicians who have left their imprint on Bulgarian history and the museum "Nikolai Hrelkov ".