Kayseri is one of Türkiye's centres of culture, art, science and tourism.
Kültepe, where documents were discovered that date the history of Kayseri back 6,000 years, 21 km from the Kayseri city centre.
Made by villagers, Soğanlı dolls are typical of the region’s handicrafts and are popular souvenirs.
Girabolu is a green, round lentil-sized fruit, somewhat like a grape. Each cluster has around 30-40 fruits.
Set 65 km from the Kayseri city centre, the waters of the Bayram Hacı Thermal Springs (Bayram hacı Kaplıcaları) are believed to be therapeutic in the treatment of rheumatic...
Filling with water at the first rains of the season, the reed bed was, in 2004, defined as an internationally important wetland as it fulfils one of the nine Ramsar criteria.
10 vibes for Kayseri
Kayseri City Library (Virgin Mary Church): Believed to have been built in the 19th century.
After enjoying a traditional breakfast early in the morning, you can visit the Archaeological Museum, Tradesmen Museum, Güpgüpoğlu Mansion and the Ethnographical Museum, Atatürk House, Castle, Vezir Inn, Ulu Mosque, Covered Bazaar, Gevher Nesibe Medical History Museum (Seljuk Civilization Museum) and Döner Kümbet, in that order.