This beautiful area of Turkey is steeped in history and offers a variety of sights and activities. The Turkish city of Bursa is as diverse as it is in Turkey and offers a variety of different cultures, ethnicities, religions and even a few different religions. In this article we talk about the history of Uludag and why it is one of the most important ski resorts in Turkey. As mentioned before, it is outrageous to visit BURSA and not see Uladag, but the city itself in the northwest of Turkey has been a popular tourist destination for many years, especially in the winter months.
Turkish tourists are expected to visit a number of interesting museums that provide all sorts of information and often focus on the days of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires in Turkey. The Ataturk Museum of Ataturek and Muzesi celebrates the life and work of one of the most influential and influential leaders in the world, while the Bursa City Museum is also a good place to learn about the history of the hand - woven Turkish rugs and rugs that are as popular today as ever. It is celebrated for its amazing art and history and is a great place to learn more about this ancient art form.
The Bursa City Museum is one of our favourite museums on our trip to Turkey, and it is so well done and contains a great collection of interesting artifacts spanning thousands of years. Another popular place to visit when visiting Burtsa is the Grand Mosque, which is located in the city centre. See the Great Museum of the Ottoman Empire. There are a number of other interesting museums and galleries in Istanbul, but this is my favourite and the only one with such a detailed history of Turkey.
It is a historic city that, like Istanbul, was the capital of the Ottoman Empire and is located in the south of Turkey, north of Istanbul and south of Bursa. It is the fourth largest city in Turkey with a population of over 1.5 million people and is located at an altitude of about 2,000 m above sea level. Burtsa, Turkey's fourth largest city, is also located on the Mediterranean coast, the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea to the north, as well as the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
Uludag, one of the highest mountains in Turkey, is also the most important winter sports centre in Turkey. It is often called Yesil Bursa (meaning "Green Burtsa") because Bursa has many breathtaking parks and trees that enhance the dramatic beauty of this mountain scenery. It is also a major tourist destination and the largest city in the country with a population of over 1.5 million people.
Besides the more popular Istanbul, Bursa is one of the places to visit, and as it is particularly close to Istanbul, many day trips have become the most popular destinations in the city. If you add a day trip to BURSA to the already existing Egypt - Turkey Tours, your stay in Turkey will be even more unforgettable. Besides being the most popular destination for visiting Turkey (I was in Turkey for 8 days last year), Bursa also has some impressive sights when you are in Istanbul.
If you want to escape the bustling atmosphere of Istanbul, you can also include a trip to Bursa in your itinerary.
Directly to the east is the Turkish capital Ankara, which is worth considering and close enough to make a day trip a viable option. Bursa is closer to Istanbul, but not in an ideal location, as the recently opened Osmangazi Bridge cuts the journey time from Istanbul to BURSA from two and a half hours to just over an hour, making it a good choice for day trips in the summer months. It's better for the whole year - but life is not as good as a trip to Ankara, which makes it look like a move. One of the best things about the proximity of the city to other cities in Turkey is that it is easily accessible by ferry or land.
The journey from Istanbul to the city centre of Bursa takes about 3 hours and is the fastest way to get to and from BURSA. The easiest way to get from the city centre to Uludag (forget it) is by using the Bursesa Telephony, or "Burs a" cable car.
Bursa is a truly remarkable part of Turkey and definitely a slightly off the beaten track tourist destination in Turkey. Numerous buildings from the Ottoman period are the most important landmarks of the city. The Great Mosque of Bursa is one of the oldest and most famous of its kind in the world, and the mausoleum of an early Ottoman sultan is located in Bursesa. This historic building, dating from 1879, is beautifully decorated inside and was also the location of the famous photo of Ataturk, the founder of Turkey. Add this to your trip to Turkey and you are definitely on the beaten track of tourist destinations in Turkey.