With a history dating back to approximately BCE 5500, Tunceli has been a centre of population since prehistoric times.
Set in the south of Tunceli’s Çemişgezek district, Pulur (Sakyol) Tumulus attests to inhabitation of the region since approximately BCE 5500.
Consider relaxing on beaches of an Eastern Anatolian city, revitalizing on high-altitude tablelands, and enjoying water sports in rapidly flowing rivers…
The main economic activities in Tunceli are agriculture and livestock breeding; these, and the city’s unspoiled nature shape its culinary culture as well.
The tulips endemic to Tunceli are found in the valleys and tablelands – you can smell the scent of tulips, along with clean, oxygen-rich fresh air.
Rest accompanied by the sounds of waterfalls, feel enriched by the legends of Anatolia, and enjoy the numerous plays and poems depicting their background.
10 vibes for Tunceli
Visit the Tunceli Museum, with exhibits on Tunceli’s peerless historical, cultural, and religious values.