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Situated in the northwestern part of Turkey, Bursa is a city that effortlessly weaves history, nature, and culture into a rich tapestry of experiences. This vibrant metropolis, one of Turkey’s most developed cities, has a story that dates back centuries, making it an intriguing destination for travelers looking to immerse themselves in a captivating journey.

The origins of Bursa can be traced back to the era of Bithynian king Prusais I (232-192 B.C.). Initially known as Prusa, the city underwent a series of transformations, eventually coming under the dominion of the Roman Empire in 74 B.C. This rich historical tapestry is still visible today in the city’s architectural and cultural heritage.

However, Bursa was during the reign of the Ottomans that Bursa truly blossomed. In 1326, the Ottomans took control of the city and designated it as their capital. This marked the beginning of a period of significant development, resulting in the construction of religious and commercial structures that continue to stand as a testament to the city’s historical significance. Notably, Bursa is home to the final resting places of all the Ottoman sultans, from the earliest rulers to the iconic Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror.

Beyond its historical landmarks, Bursa offers an array of natural attractions. Çekirge, a district within the city, is renowned for its healing waters and lush natural beauty. These springs have been cherished since Roman times for their therapeutic properties, making it a compelling destination for those seeking rejuvenation.

For those who crave outdoor adventures, Bursa’s southern gem, Uludağ, stands tall as the center of winter tourism in Turkey. This majestic mountain range offers not only breathtaking landscapes but also a wide range of winter sports opportunities. With a wealth of accommodation facilities at its base, Uludağ has become a haven for winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

As a city that harmoniously blends its historical roots with natural wonders and modern amenities, Bursa invites domestic and international tourists to explore its multifaceted beauty. Whether you’re captivated by its ancient monuments, enchanted by its healing springs, or thrilled by the adventure awaiting in its mountains, Bursa has something to offer every traveler. This city is a testament to the enduring appeal of Turkey’s diverse and storied past, all within the vibrant, bustling heart of Bursa.

Must-see places:

Ulu Mosque, Green Mosque and Green Tomb, Cumalikizik Village.

Do Not Return Without Doing:

Food: Iskender Kebab, Inegöl Meatball, Kemalpasa Dessert,Chestnut Candy.


Purchasing famous silk fabrics of Bursa. Shopping in Koza Han, Historical Grand Bazaar and the hans


Yenikoy, Oylat, Suuçtu, Gümüştepe are major recreation areas. Entertainment: Skiing in Uludag.


Spa experience in Çekirge. Games: History and Hacivat Karagoz, heroes of historical shadow play, are the most famous characters of Bursa.