A cultural mosaic of diverse civilizations and home to innumerable natural wonders, Kayseri has been Anatolia’s most important commercial center for many centuries.
Founded by the Hittite around 4000 BC and surrounded by numerous mounds and tumuli, Kayseri province sheds light on Anatolian history.
Nestled in the foothills of Mount Erciyes, one of the highest peaks of Turkey, Kayseri has a Central Anatolian climate. The hot and dry summer months are followed by cold and snowy winters.
Kayseri with its feast-worthy cuisine, peculiar landmarks and fairytale- like landscape is ever ready to welcome visitors.