A Historic City Where Cultural and Natural Beauties Merge...
Sivas is the second largest province in Türkiye in terms of area.
The first settlements in Sivas, which is located between the three valleys formed by Kızılırmak, Yeşilırmak, and Euphrates River, date back to 7000-5000 BC. This ancient city, which has hosted many civilizations in history, made it the capital of the Seljuk State in 1220 and became the provincial center of a large region named "Eyalet-i Rum" under the rule of the Ottomans in 1398.
Sivas, a city where its unique cultural and historical tourism elements are combined with natural beauties, acts as a bridge between the western, northern, eastern, and southeastern tourism destinations of Anatolia with its airport, and advanced train and road transportation opportunities.