Yozgat Bozok Üniversitesi



A city of Spas, Nature and Culture

Having a rich and diverse culture, Yozgat is a home to a beautiful nature coming from Hittites to Ottoman, local beauties and historical structures. Being in the heart of Anatolia, Yozgat is remarked to be famous for a large cultural wealth; delicious cuisine, touching folk songs and interesting sightseeing locations full of history. Yozgat, that is located in the Central Anatolia Region, is 1300 mt above sea level on a 14.037 square kilometers area, and it is the neighbor of Çorum, Amasya and Tokat in the North, Sivas in the East; Kayseri, Nevşehir and Kırşehir in the South, and Kırıkkale in the West. Yozgat and its environment have a continental climate; hot and dry in summer and cold and rainy in winter. July and August are generally the hottest months of the year. Yozgat has 13 districts and those are Akdağmadeni, Aydıncık, Boğazlıyan, Çandır, Çayıralan, Çekerek, Kadışehri, Saraykent, Sarıkaya, Sorgun, Şefaatli, Yenifakılı and Yerköy.


Land Route

Main road to Yozgat is E88-D200 International Road. There is a bus station in Yozgat center that has bus services to Ankara, Sivas, Kayseri, Kırşehir, Nevşehir, Çorum, Çankırı and Tokat.


Railway connecting Ankara and Kayseri to Eastern Anatolia passes through Yozgat. There are train stations in Yerköy, Şefaatli and Yenifakılı. There is an on-going construction of fast-train route which will pass through Yozgat as well. 


For those preferring airway, Yozgat city center is 220 km away from Ankara, Kayseri and Nevşehir airports. Yozgat airport construction has begun as well.

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