Sivas has the typical characteristics of continental weather and endures very cold winter days with frequent snow fall whereas the summers are quite hot and dry. The snow covers the whole city for long periods of time; hence winter is probably not the best time to visit Sivas. Spring or fall may be a better choice as visitors will have the opportunity to truly enjoy every beautiful aspect of the city. It is advised to spare 3-4 days to be able to discover all the historical and natural gems of Sivas.
There are a wide range of festivals organized in Sivas throughout the year. You may want to schedule your trip coinciding at a time when the city celebrates its rich cultural background with great enthusiasm. The updated calendar for all the events and activities in town can be reached through the webpage of Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism. Some of the most famous festivals in Sivas are as follows:
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