Central Anatolia is a region of Turkey. It occupies country's central plateau, which is mostly a steppe. Apart from the obvious steppe landscapes and the moonscape of Cappadocia, Central Anatolia offers a wealth of sights dating back to a diverse array of civilizations.
Goreme is a town in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. The town is centered in the middle of an internationally popular region that is best known for its natural rock formations, often called "fairy chimneys".
Kütahya is a town in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. Known for its colored tiles, Kütahya Faience, the town also serves as a base for the ruins of the Temple of Zeus in Aizanoi, amongst the best preserved Roman ruins in the country.
Eskişehir, often known nationwide as the "students' city" due to the large numbers of students enrolling two local universities making up at least a tenth of its 600,000 residents, is a city in the northwestern part of the Central Anatolia.
Sandıklı is a town in the western reaches of Central Anatolia. Sandıklı has a train station just across the highway from the town, on the exact opposite of the wide street which links the highway with the central square slightly uphill.
Çankırı is a city in northern Central Anatolia, Turkey. The quintessential Central Anatolian town with a mainly conservative population, Çankırı, home to about 70,000 people, is one of the smallest provincial capitals in Turkey.