The Vit also Vid (Bulgarian: Вит; Latin: Utus) is a river in central northern Bulgaria with a length of 188 km. It is a tributary of Danube. The source of the Vit is in Stara Planina, below Vezhen Peak at an altitude of 2,030 m, and it empties into the Danube close to Somovit. The river has a watershed area of 3,228 km2, its main tributaries being Kamenska reka, Kalnik and Tuchenitsa.

The Vit near Toros during the 2005 European floods
Physical characteristics
 • location
 • coordinates
43°40′53″N 24°44′34″E / 43.6813°N 24.7428°E / 43.6813; 24.7428Coordinates: 43°40′53″N 24°44′34″E / 43.6813°N 24.7428°E / 43.6813; 24.7428
Length188.5 km (117.1 mi)[1]
Basin size3,228 km2 (1,246 sq mi)[1]
Basin features
ProgressionDanubeBlack Sea

Towns on or close to the river include Teteven, Pleven, Dolni Dabnik, Dolna Mitropoliya and Gulyantsi. At Teteven, the river is formed by the confluence of Beli Vit (lit.'White Vit') and Cherni Vit (lit.'Black Vit').

The river's name comes from Thracian *ūt, a word for "water" (cf. Greek ὕδωρ, hudōr).

Vit Ice Piedmont in Antarctica is named after the river.