Vrav is a village in Northwestern Bulgaria. It is situated in the municipality of Bregovo, Vidin region.
The village is located 13 km northeast of the municipal center Bregovo, 30 km northwest of the town of Vidin and 226 kilometers in the same direction of Sofia city.
It is the most northern settlement in Bulgaria and the first Bulgarian port on the Danube river.
Vrav is in the temperate-continental climate zone, with relatively cold winters and hot summers. The average altitude reaches 99 m. The terrain is hilly and flat, slightly truncated by the flowing rivers.
The village has electricity and water. The streets are paved, there is mobile phone coverage, internet and transport to Vidin city and the surrounding settlements.
The population of the village numbers about 338 people.
The village has a town hall, kindergarten, library, post office, church, playground and pavilions along the Danube river, GP and dentist. The school does not work. Children attend the primary and secondary schools situated in Bregovo city.
Danube and Timok rivers offer possibilities for recreation and fishing.
Near the village is the Roman monument Dortikum- a fortress.
In Vidin attractive for tourists are: the Baba Vida fortress, dating from the X century, related to the defense of the city during the Middle Ages, the Kale fortress, the Cruciform barracks with an ethnographic exhibition, the Turkish Konak "Koluka", the Mosque and the library of Osman Pazvantaglu, the Sveti Dimitar cathedral, the Mausoleum of the first Bulgarian Exarch Antim I and others.