Kayseri, one of Türkiye’s centres of culture, art, science, and tourism, has been the cradle of many civilizations since antiquity – and has preserved its prominence in every period. Even its name – Kaisareia – which designated an “emperor’s city” in the Roman era, demonstrates the importance of the city.
Mount Erciyes, 2.5 million years old and the highest mountain in Central Anatolia, defines the silhouette of the city, with its summit reaching above the clouds. As well, Erciyes has shaped the 6000-year history of the region through its geological events.
Kayseri, Türkiye is well worth a visit, for its historical and cultural heritage, its natural beauties, and its traditional cuisine.