The Kale Camii is a squat Ottoman work constructed by Sultan Murat III's grand vizier Mahmut Paşa.
Built in 1218, this was one of the most important medical schools built by the Seljuks and was once Anatolia's foremost hospital Look to...
Çifte Minare Medrese
Commissioned by the Mongol-İlkhanid vizier Şemsettin Güveyni after defeating the Seljuks at the battle of Kosedağ, the Çifte Minare...
This tiny cafe pumps out good music and serves up coffee to arty university-types.
Büyük Merkez Lokantası
This popular lokanta gets packed out at lunchtime. Try the house speciality, sebzeli Sivas kebapı (a local take on the Tokat kebap,...
Lonely Planet review
Go through a monumental Seljuk gateway to get to the Bürüciye Medresesi. It was built to teach 'positive sciences' in 1271 by the Iranian businessman Muzaffer Bürücerdi, whose tiled tomb is inside. A tea garden currently occupies the courtyard, with regular exhibitions.