Official Website:

Website Introducing the Settlement:

Cultural and Conference Tourism

  • heritage site (national importance), built heritage (local importance):

Monument of the heroes perished in the Liberation, the two Balkan and the two world wars.

Other Services

  • doctor’s office





Settlement name



1 334 inhabitants


276.46 ha

Administrative status


Location of settlement centre

 43.933 N, 26.117 E

Height of settlement centre

33 m


Sandrovo is a village on the banks of the Danube in northern Bulgaria, Ruse Municipality, Ruse District. It is located 16 km east of the Ruse centre, 3 km in the same direction in Marten, 8 km west of Slivo pole and 266 km northeast of Sofia.

The old name of the village is Taban: a flat smooth area in relation to the flat nature of its terrain. It lasted until 1934 when it was renamed to Sandrovo: diminutive name of Prince Alexander Battenberg - Sandro.

Initially the site was inhabited by Thracians in the 1st century. Later Romans settled in it. In the 7th century, Proto-Bulgarians and Slavs migrated and they gradually mixed with the local population.

The village has two clothing companies, two chicks, eight stores and a company for bottling of sunflower oil.

The village has: a Church, a Community centre "Vasil Levski" (built in 1959), a health service, a Kindergarten (1976), a School (1933) and a Stadium (1958).