Full Day Group Bursa Tour in Turkey – Turkiye

Bursa was the first capital of the OTTOMAN Empire. This historical city is frequently called ” Green Bursa ” in reference to the parks and gardens located across its urban tissue as well as to the vast forests and orchards that extend in its surrounding region…Daily departure from your hotel at 07.50 am and returns at 21.30 pm

CABLE CAR TO MT.ULUDAG ( first stage ) : Mt Uludag is favorite center of winter sports and a national park famous for its rich flora and fauna ..

ULU CAMII ( Grand Mosque ): Built in 1396. It is a major mosque and a landmark of early Ottoman architecture

YESIL TURBE ( Green Mausoleum ) : Nearby you will find here the tomb of the fifth Ottoman Sultan Mehmet Celebi and those of his children . The exterior of the mausoleum is covered with green-blue tiles that have given its name..

KOZA HAN ( Silk Market ) and The Covered Bazaar: This historical caravanserai was built in 1451 to be the silk cocoon ‘exchange market ‘ of this ancient center of the silk industry; you will also have the opportunity to have a walk along the crowded narrow streets of the Covered Bazaar…

INKAYA PLANE TREE: Drive to the 600-year-old survivor Inkaya Plane Tree and coffee break on the way to Mt.Uludag, if the cable car does not operate due to inconvenient weather conditions.

Late Evening Return to Istanbul and Transfer to Hotels.

INCLUDES = Transportation, Ferry Boat, Lunch, Guide, Cable Car

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Daily Bursa Excursion ( Per Person in Group )

Per Person
50 USD
4 Guest & More
40 USD
Child Supp.
Free Under the Age of 5
06 -12 is %50 Discounted
Tour Includes.
  • Private & Group Tours Are Available All Year Long.
  • English Guidance and Assistance Service.
  • Cable Cars May Not Operate Due to Inconvenient Weather Conditions.


Green Bursa Information :

Bursa, located in the northwest of Türkiye, is the second most populous city in the Marmara Region. One of the industrial centers of the country, it was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire between 1335 and 1363. It has the nickname “Green Bursa,” referring to the parks and gardens throughout its urban fabric, as well as the vast and richly diverse forests of the surrounding region.

Famous for being the largest center of the silk trade in the Byzantine and Ottoman empires, the city is still an important textile center in Türkiye. At the same time, one of Türkiye’s most popular ski resorts is located on Mount Uludağ, right next to the city. The 8.8-kilometer (5.4-mile) long cable car connects Bursa to the ski resort area in Uludağ, which stands at an altitude of 1,870 meters (6,135 feet).

Many structures built during the Ottoman period and tombs of many Ottoman sultans can be found in Bursa. The city is also home to hot springs, old Ottoman mansions, palaces and various museums.

I recently was lucky enough to travel to Bursa, so let’s talk about the historical texture of Bursa, the places to see and the flavors that must be tasted.