KayseriKayseri has been one of the most important trade centre in Anatolia over the history. Located in the right centre of the country, it has the feel of a modern, busy city but also has a strong traditional and religious atmosphere. The setting is spectacular, with the mountains of Erciyes Dagi and Kara Dagi in the background, a snow-capped volcano and green fields, and the nearby Sultansazligi bird sanctuary. The city is also well known for its textile and carpet industry, and has impressive monuments that reflect its history. Kayseri has always been a popular option as a base to explore Cappadocia. Read More
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Ancient Cities Kultepe (Kanis Karum) Literally meaning Hill of Ashes, this settlement dates back to 4000 BC and is 20km northeast of Kayseri. It composes of an Assyrian trading colony called Karum, and a tumulus 500m diameter and 22m high. The town of Kanis was prominent from around 2500 BC,Read More
We can go by train, Kayseri, Istanbul and Ankara provinces in the East and Southeast Anatolia Region provides a link.Read More
If you would like to come by plane, ferry services from Istanbul to Kayseri may mutually held every day.Read More
Kayseri, Turkey at the crossroads of major highways, which can be found all over the road. Aksaray to Kayseri approximately 155 kilometers (km) from the hotel and takes about 2 hours by car. From Kayseri, Malatya, about 339 kilometers (km) from the hotel and can take up to about 5Read More