Kayseri: Under The Shadow Of Glorious Mount Erciyes

Kayseri is known as the next door neighbor of Cappadocia. It is an ancient city standing in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey, under the protection of the majestic Mount Erciyes.

As an Anatolian ancient city full of history, with exquisite Seljukian monuments in each corner along with one of the most important skiing resorts of the country and proximity to the ever-popular Cappadocia it is no surprise that Kayseri is one of the most crowded cities of Turkey. It is also a great transit point, visited by many tourists all year long.

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Top attractions in Kayseri


Lying within the boundaries of middle Anatolian cities like Nevsehir, Kayseri and Aksaray; Cappadocia is one of the main touristic areas of Turkey containing the most extraordinary sightseeings such as Uchisar, Urgup, Goreme, Avanos and Zelve.


Goreme, home of the magnificent fairy chimneys, is one of the main touristic spots of Nevsehir and one of the first places that witnessed the spread of Christianity.


Did you know that Avanos is the heart of pottery production in Cappadocia, following the footsteps of Hittite culture? Being a home for fairy chimneys that are some of the most eccentric natural formations of Turkey, of the world really is more than enough.


When it comes to Urgup, first scene comes to mind is the rise of a beautiful full moon between two fairy chimneys standing side by side; but looking opposite directions as two lovers who are angry with each other.


Nevsehir, originally named as Nissa by the ancient civilizations Hittites, has been one of the most important tourism and agriculture centers of its region. It is a very well-known travel destination not only for Turkey; but for the whole world.

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