Kırşehir province, which has hosted various civilizations for thousands of years, attracts attention not only with its various historical monuments, underground cities but also with its thermal resources like Seyfe Lake (Bird Sanctuary). Kırşehir has a terrestrial climate. Although it is cold and harsh in winter, it is not continuous as it is in Eastern Anatolia. It is hot and dry in summers, rainy in spring and a little rainy in autumns.
You can reach to Kırşehir by road.
One of the bridges of the Seljuks in Central Anatolia is Kesik Bridge. In the inscription of the bridge, it is stated that Atabeg Izzüd-Din Muhammed made this bridge in 1248 in the period of Keyhüsrevoğlu Keykavus.