The region is described as “Phrygia Epictetus” (Little Phrygia) an area of mountainous settlement within the triangle of Kütahya, Afyonkarahisar and Eskisehir is known as “Phrygian Valley” today.
Located on the inner western Anatolia part of the Aegean Türkiye, Kütahya has a unique cuisine where the fresh herbs of the Aegean and the grain-based delicacies of Anatolia are fused together.
Famous for its unique beauty and greenery, Domaniç Forests have an important place because of the rare species of trees living only in this forest.
In addition to being the most important branch of art in Kütahya, tile making is also an important source of income for local people.
Kütahya has richness in parallel with its historical and cultural heritage in terms of folklore.
10 vibes for Kütahya
Phrygian Valley; It is a region where you will witness interesting untouched and views which are worth seeing.
You can start your first day in Kütahya with a local Aegean breakfast consisting of delicious flavors.