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Tokat is in Central Karadeniz, in Turkey.


Tokat is a inland city in the north of Central Anatolia, Turkey.

Tokat is a historical city, having important historical buildings and monuments mostly from Seljuq, Ilkhanate and Ottoman eras. Today, Tokat is a mid-sized Anatolian city with a population of more than 130.000 people. Historic core of the city lies around the castle whereas new city extends along with the banks of Yeşilırmak.

Get in

By bus

There are several daily buses from Istanbul and Ankara. A bus ride from Istanbul takes more than 12 hrs while bus ride from Ankara takes 6 hrs.

By plane

Tokat has a small airport. Anadolu Jet offers scheduled flights from/to Istanbul and Ankara.

By car

Tokat is located at the junction point of roads connecting Blacksea region and Mid Anatolia such as D850 and D180.

Get around

As like many other Anatolian cities, Tokat also has a main avenue, GOP Caddesi, where most of stores, banks, restarurants etc are located.


In the south of the castle, Sulusokak is located where you can find many historical mosques, tombs and caravanserais. Most probably, Sulusokak is the oldest commercial and social hub of the city. In the Cumhuriyet square, Ali Pasha Mosque and Bathhouse from 16th century are located. In "Meydan" district, Hatuniye Meydan Mosque and Taşhan hostelry are located.




You can eat traditional Tokat Kebabı composed of meat and several vegetables in the spring and summer. Mollaoğlu restaurant in Meydan, İşeri restaurant in Geyras, most southern district of city and Ballıca Hotel on the road to Turhal are advised



Four-star Büyük Tokat Oteli and four-star Grand Ballıca Oteli offers comfortable stay in Tokat. Öğretmenevi is a more economic alternative.


The local telephone code is (+90) 356.

Get out

Around Tokat, there are historical cities such as Amasya and Sivas.

Central Karadeniz