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Gold Majesty Hotel
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The Berussa Hotel
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Bursa, one of the most developed cities of the Marmara Region, is considered a metropolitan city. Bursa, which has been home to many empires and civilizations, especially the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires, is highly developed culturally.Hotels, flats & villa, hostel, motel, bungalow and more You can stay at the best prices in many types of facilities, early reservation or last minute deals, you can find ön ö You can make a hotel reservation without payment and have the opportunity to make your reservation at the hotel, also Hourly Room and OtelOfis are waiting for you.
How to Get to Bursa?
Bursa, one of the big cities in the Marmara Region, has various transportation methods. Air, sea, road and railway options are used for Bursa travels.
Bursa Air Transportation
Bursa Yenişehir Airport has been in service since 1944. Bursa Yenişehir Airport, which is 10 km outside the center of Bursa, is open to domestic and international flights.
Non-stop flights are organized from many cities, especially from big cities. Guests traveling by plane from other provinces of Turkey to Bursa can have a connecting flight via Istanbul.
Bursa Sea Transportation
Istanbul in particular, from all provinces bordering the Marmara Sea and from different coastal cities, Cruises to Bursa are arranged.
Since there is the option to go to Bursa by ferry from Istanbul, the bridge is Passengers who do not use the ferry option can reach Bursa.
Bursa Road Transportation
There are numerous bus services to the city bus station, which is 10 km outside the city, every day.
In order to reach other parts of the city from the bus station, you can take advantage of the shuttle services offered by the bus companies, or you can use options such as minibus and bus.
Using the ferry or on the bridge. By choosing, direct transfers to Bursa are provided.
Bursa City Internal Transportation
For trips within the city of Bursa, there are cable car, metro, bus, minibus, tram and taxi options.
Bursaray metro line, which has been in service since 1998, provides underground transportation to all provinces of the city. East and west oriented; The first line of the metro, which has two separate lines, runs between Emek and Arabayatağı, while the second metro line starts from Bursa Uludağ University.
Providing service in 7 different provinces, Bursa municipality buses are among the most preferred means of transportation by the public. While there are bus services within the city, there are also bus routes to the villages outside the city.
Bukart has been developed for the active use of Bursa metro, tram and municipal buses. Local people and tourists can use this card for intra-city transportation.
Popular Provinces of Bursa
It is the biggest city of Bursa. In addition, the road to all provinces passes through Osmangazi. The province, which was an important point for the establishment of the Ottoman Empire, takes its name from the founder Osman Bey. There are the tombs of Osman Gazi and Orhan Gazi in the province. In addition, Bursa Castle, Ulu Mosque, Koza Han are among the places to travel in the province.
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Uludağ is one of the places where students reside, as it is close to the University. The city was named after Nilüfer Hatun, the wife of Orhan Gazi. There are selected shops, restaurants and cafes in the province.
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Mudanya is located half an hour away from the city center by road. The city, which has a coast to the sea, is frequently preferred by holidaymakers in the summer months. Ferry and sea bus to the city regularly from Istanbul. expeditions are arranged.
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famous for its lapels world-famous in It is possible to see the workshops. Hagia Sophia Museum, Sari Saltuk Tomb, Roman Theater, and St. Tryphonos Church are also located in this district.
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The province, which is 30 km away from the center, comes to the fore with its thermal springs. Also, don't forget to try the İnegen meatballs, which is an important flavor for Bursa.
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The Iznik Gullu, the province by the sea, and Sarsak Stream passes. Gemlik is famous for its olives. You can travel here and taste the olives and olive oils produced by the local people.
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Places to Visit in Bursa
Bursa, the favorite city of many empires, has been under the influence of various cultures throughout history. Bursa, which stands out with its olives and greenery, has numerous places and structures opened to the public for touristic purposes.
Tiriliye, located 12 km west of Mudanya province, is one of the oldest settlements in Bursa. Known for its colorful and bay windows, the province includes a region where Greek citizens were the majority during the Ottoman Period.
The fact that it has become one of the places visited with curiosity by domestic and foreign tourists has enabled the establishment of numerous fish restaurants, cafes and viewing areas in the region.
Uludağ, which has become the center point of winter tourism, hosts countless tourists from Turkey and the world every year. Declared as a national park in 1961, Uludağ has been evaluated as a strategic point since prehistoric networks.
Uludag is 35 km from Bursa city centre. It is open to transportation by sea and land.
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One of the first settlements of the Ottoman Empire in Bursa, Cumalıkızık is famous for its historical houses and colorful culture.
180 of the 270 houses from the Ottoman period are actively used even today. Standing out with its colorful houses and streets, Cumalıkızık is also known for its Byzantine church.
The village has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bursa, as it is open to visitors at any time and many cultural and cultural items that will attract the attention of tourists are located in the shops. has arrived.
Bursa Historical Places
Bursa, which was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire and is in a strategic position for other states, has been under the influence of various civilizations throughout history. It has a vast historical and cultural heritage. It has gained tourism value with its historical texture and structures.
Bursa Ulu Mosque
The Great Mosque, which has become one of the symbols of Bursa, is located in the old city center of Bursa. The Great Mosque, built by Sultan Yıldırım Bayezid, 1393 – It was completed between 1399.
The Great Mosque, one of the most important examples of multi-pedestal mosque architecture, can be visited free of charge. Wall calligraphy, which is estimated to have been written at the beginning of the 20th century, shows itself at 192 different points.
Bursa, which is an important point of trade, has many inns and caravanserais. The largest of the historical inns located in the old city center of Bursa is considered as İpek Han.
Historical inns, designed with the Ottoman Han Architecture, were generally built with 2 floors. Revenues from the inns were used for the maintenance of madrasas and kulliyes.
The Yeşil Madrasa, which is thought to have been built between 1414 and 1424, is today open to visitors as the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts. Yeşil Madrasa, which is the first madrasah in the Ottoman period, is known as the Sultaniye Madrasa.
The architect of the building is Hacı İvaz Paşa. The Yeşil Madrasa, which bears the architectural features of the Anatolian Seljuk State, was made of cut stones and rubble.
Inside the museum, various stone inscriptions, special works of calligraphers, various tombstones and various prayer books are exhibited.
Activities with Children in Bursa
You can visit historical places with your children in Bursa. You can also organize winter sports suitable for your children's age groups for them. If you schedule your trip for the summer season, you can swim in the seaside provinces of Bursa and have a pleasant holiday experience.
What to Eat in Bursa?
Bursa, which has the characteristics of many states and civilizations in the cultural sense, is known for its unique local flavors. Bursa cuisine, where food cultures from Roman, Ancient Greek and Ottoman periods come together, has developed local flavors with different characteristics.
Iskender Kebab, one of Bursa's most famous delicacies, is made in all provinces of Turkey. Known for its doner meat, special sauce and yoghurt, the most beautiful example of the dish can be seen in Bursa.
İneğöl Meatballs, named after Bursa's İneğil province, is one of the famous delicacies of the city. İnegöl Meatballs, which is prepared without spices and reflects the meat taste intensely, is obtained by mixing lamb and beef meat.
Muradiye soup made with chicken meat is enriched with pumpkin and yogurt.
Milk halva, one of the famous desserts of the Ottoman palace cuisine, is a special dessert obtained as a result of condensation of milk, although it is similar to Kazandibi.