The region of Kütahya possesses much historical background inheriting various cultures, traditions, monuments and artefacts from a vast majority of ages like the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, Old Bronze, Hittite, Phrygia...
The region defined as Phrygia Epiktetus, a mountainous terrain within the triangle of Kütahya, Afyonkarahisar and Eskişehir, is today called the Phrygian Valley (Frig Vadisi).
In addition to being the most important field of art in Kütahya, tile making is also an important source of income for its people.
Set on the Inner West Anatolia side of the Aegean Region, Kütahya has a unique cuisine that leans heavily on the fresh herbs of the Aegean and the cereal-based dishes of Anatolia.
Famous for their beauty and greenery, the Domaniç Forests (Domaniç Ormanları) are important due to the rare tree types seen only here.
10 vibes for Kütahya
The Phrygian Valley: picturesque views in a must-see, pristine area surrounded by pine forests, as well as natural rocks resembling Cappadocia.