Kütahya is one of Turkey's most featured cities with its protected historical texture, natural wealth, and living folkloric values, Kütahya is located at the junction of the Upper Sakarya and South Marmara sections in the Central Western Anatolia section of the Aegean Region. It is surrounded by Bursa in the north and northwest, Bilecik in the northeast, Eskişehir in the east, Afyonkarahisar in the south, Uşak in the south, Manisa in the southwest and Balıkesir in the west.
You can reach Kütahya by road, railway and airway.
It is a historic castle which is located on Hisar Hill. It is still a residential place consisting of 3 sections and has 70 dungeons according to Evliya Çelebi. It still bears traces of Rome, Byzantium, Seljuk and Ottoman.