Bursa: First Ottoman Capital

A city with so many memories and a great nature… Combining all these in it, Bursa is one of the most important cities of Turkey where Sultan Osman founded the great Ottoman Empire. Served as the capital of the empire for a long time, Bursa gracefully displays the glorious days of the past hosting many mosques and historical landmarks from that period.

Not only Bursa is a great historical city, it is also the center of winter sports in Turkey. Uludag, one of the grandest mountains of Turkey with its majestic hilltops covered with heavy snow is one of the most preferred skiing points of the country.

Summer or winter, Bursa has a lot to offer each season. Pack your bags and join the adventure.

Top attractions in Bursa


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Mount Uludag


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