Holiday Inn Kayseri-Düvenönü offers you the opportunity to discover the city with its unique architecture and location. For our valued guests who travel for both business and leisure we offer a comfortable and peaceful accommodation opportunity with different designs and spacious colors in the heart of the city. The city's newest and most comfortable hotel is located in a very short distance from the airport, Organize Industrial Zone, Mount Erciyes and Cappadocia region and due to its central location it provides all the requirements for successful congresses, caterings, launches, weddings etc.
Erciyes Ski Resort, Is one of the ski centres of Turkey which has been set at Mount Erciyes at a height of 3917 m, and is located 25 km from Kayseri city center. The skiing area is between1800-3000 m. Slopes of the pistons range from 10% to 30%. There is one cabinless seat-holder cable car in the premises. Holiday Inn Kayseri is 70 km away from Cappadocia.
Kapadokya, The human settlement extends to the Paleolithic turn. The lands that the Hittites lived became one of the most important centers of Christianity in later periods. The rock-cut houses and churches have made the region a huge haven for Christians escaping the oppression of the Roman Empire.
Anatolian Wonderland, The first theme park of Anatolia, was opened in Kayseri to serve our people in 2013. The environment was carefully maintained for all our young and old customers who want to relax, have fun and spend quality time.
Kapuzbaşı Waterfalls, It is a source waterfall spilling over from a nature crack consisting of 7 waterfalls within an area of 500 square meters, gushing through the rocks, pumping with a huge water flow from 30-76 meters high, and also flowing continuously in summer and winter months.
Gevher Nesibe Hospital, Anatolian Seljuks ruler I. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev's brother Gevher Nesibe was built in Kayseri on behalf of the Sultan. Anadolun is the oldest hospital of the Islamic period. There is a medical school on the end of the Darüşşifa building. This madrasah is the world's first medical school. Gevher Nesibe is the sultan's tomb in the medresen. Today the darusififa, which has been completed several times during the Ottoman period, is being used as Erciyes University Medical History Museum.
Camii Kebir, It is located in the city center of Kayseri, next to the Grand Bazaar. It is also known as Ulu Mosque and as Mosque-i Kebir or Sultan Mosque in various sources.
Sultan Marsh National Park,As a result of the flora studies conducted between 2002 and 2004, it was determined that there are 428 natural plant species in the area and 48 of them are endemic. According to the bird counting results made up to this time in Sultansazlığı, a maximum of 301 birds were counted. The number and type of birds in Sultanasazlığı varies greatly depending on the change of water level in the ecosystem of wetland ecosystems and the number of months.
Kayseri Castle,The Kayseri castle is composed of two castles: the inner and the outer one. It is estimated that this castle was built in the 3rd century AD of the Roman Empire. There is a castle mosque in the center. This place, which at the heart of the city, is already a long-standing structure and has plenty of trades around it.
Tekgöz Bridge, It was built by Kayseri Haci Ali Shir Bin Hussein in H.599 / 1202-1203 at the time of the Sultan II.Rükneddin Suleyman Shah. There is a book written in thick sülüs between the two arches of the bridge which is around 120 meters long.
Şahruh Bridge, The village of Sarıoğlan is located at the entrance of Karaözü village. It is built on the Kızılırmak River. It is alleged that it was built by Şahruh Bey, the son of Dulkadiroğlu Alaüddevle Bozkurt Bey.
Sindelhöyük, After the establishment of the Ottoman State in the province of Sogut in Bilecik in 1209, Develiogullari, Aydınoğulları, Aşıklar and such tribes were established as the settlement area of the region. The town of Sindelhöyük takes its name from its graveyard. Due to the high middle of the cemetery, the name of Sindelhöyük which means "grave high" was given to the ancient Turkic people.
Kanis - Karum, The city of Kültepe is called "Lower City", where domestic and foreign merchants live together and have commercial activities
Hunat Hatun Complex, The wife of Aleaddin Keykubad was built by Mahperi Hatun, the mother of 2.Keyhüsrev, between 1237-1246. This complex, consisting of a mosque, a madrasa, a tomb and a bath, is one of the most beautiful and most important examples of the Seljuk artifacts in Anatolia, with its general appearance. It is a place of worship made by considering the needs of the complex people. Inside the tea garden you can stop by to hear the ney.
Kurşunlu Mosque, The greatest architect of Kayseri has built two mosques in this city and Kurşunlu Mosque is one of them. One of the original works of the Classical period of Ottoman architecture in Kayseri, is a mosque with a single dome, single minaret, pen embroidery and ornamentation and legendary details. Since 1585, it is said that the worship is open.
Seyyid Burhaneddin Tomb, Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi, who spent the last years of his life in Kayseri, was built for Sayyid Burhaneddin's teacher and is on Talas Caddesi in Kayseri. The tomb was built by Kayseri Mutasarrifi Mehmet Nazim Pasha with the help of Abidin Pasha of Ankara in 1892. It is covered with a dome over a square plan and cut stone made turbine. The tomb of Emir Erdoğmuş is also in the immediate vicinity to the south of the Turbine. Seyyid Burhaneddin's tomb was built at the end of the 19th century but still reflects the Seljuk style.
Oksut Castle, In the village of Oksut, the same name was established on the dominant slopes of the sea. Kale village castle, Tombak castle, Deresimli castle and Köseler castle are waiting for attention with their dominant appearances on high peaks.
Sultanhan Caravanserai, Kayseri-Sivas is on the highway and Kayseri is 47 km away. It is in the village of the same name. The Seljuk Sultan Sultana was built between the years 1232-1236 during the reign of Alaeddin Keykubat. The Sultanahan Caravanserai is one of the typical Seljuk caravanserais.
Vezir Han,Sultan III. It was built in 1724 by Ahmet the Grand Vizier Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Paşa. In order to increase the importance and value of the bazaar, which is connected with a ferman-ı ali, it can only be operated by the professions of that day such as jewelers, aba makers and clothiers.
Döner Kümbet, Located on the opposite side of the Seyyid Burhaneddin Cemetery, this building was built in the name of Shah Cihan Hatun according to the inscription. The kümbet is a 12-angular dome on a square base, completely cut stone, cornices with a conical cone and a cylindrical interior with a dome in a different structure.