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Sivas is a city in northeastern part of Central Anatolia, Turkey.

Get in

By plane

There are daily flights from Istanbul to Sivas Airport (VAS). A number of other cities across Turkey are also served with less frequent flights.

By train

Trains from:

See Turkish State Railways website for more details [1].

By bus

As Turkish bus system is extensive, you can find buses from many cities in Turkey, including Istanbul and Ankara among many others.

Get around


  • Buruciye Medresesi, Centrum, [2]. Wonderful designed school. Built by Seljuks. Nice photography place, great sun movements.


- Drink Turkish Coffee at Cerkezin Kahvesi - 165 km southeast of Sivas, is Divrigi, an ancient town, which was once a Byzantine site. By the 12th and 13th centuries, it was the capital of Turkish Mengucek Emirs, and the remains of Ulu Mosque of 1229 and a citadel remain from the period. The Baroque style portal of this magnificent mosque is a real masterpiece of stonework, and this monumental building has been declared by UNESCO to be one of the eminent cultural heritages of the world. - Soguk Cermik is another spa center. Hafik, Todurge (Zara), and Gokpinar (Gurun) Lakes are some of the interesting places for picnicking, boating and fishing. - Besides its historical treasures, the city possesses several other specialties, one of which is Balikli Kaplica, an interesting spa of the town Kangal. It is a thermal spring, filled with tiny fish living in the hot waters, which provides a different type of cure for skin complaints. It is the only cure center in the world for "Sedef Hastaligi" (psoriasis).



  • Etli Ekmek (Great meatly bread. delicious). Sivas Sıla Etli Ekmek




The telephone code of the city (and surrounding towns) is (+90) 346.

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