Located in the city center, the Government House was built in 1884, and in the beginning, it only had two floors and 42 rooms.
Two of the outstanding handicrafts that introduced Sivas to the world are carpet weaving and cigarette holder carving.
Meat and cereals are important in Sivas cuisine and dairy products are also frequently used. The fact that the climatic characteristics of the city allow different vegetables, fruits, and legumes to be grown in different regions increases the diversity of the local cuisine.
Sivas is a city that fascinates with its natural beauty. Those who want to spend time in beautiful nature can spend a few days in Hillside Houses (Hobbit Houses), which are the first of their kind in Türkiye.
Semah is an integral part of the Cem ceremony, which is an Alevi-Bektashi worship performance.
10 vibes for Sivas
Historical City Square: The City Square, which contains works from the Seljuk, Ottoman, and early Turkish Republic periods together, is appreciated by visitors with its structure that smells of history.