Things To Do
The Hilton Bursa Convention Center & Spa faces the magnificent Uludag Mountain Range and is only minutes away from the commercial and business districts of Bursa and the dynamic city center. The hotel is only 45km drive from the Uludag National Park and is close to a variety of attractions, such as the Bursa Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
In and Around Town
Mount Uludag is the highest mountain of the Marmara region and a popular tourist attraction for winter sports.
Built in 1491, Koza Khan was the center of silkworm trade for many years and it made the city 'textile center' of the country.
The village has been well protected and the structures of the early Ottoman period are still intact
Green Tomb (Yeşil Türbe) is a mausoleum of the fifth Ottoman Sultan, Mehmed I, built in 1421.
There are twelve tombs in Muradiye complex, all belonging to relatives of Sultan Murat II.
This old Greek village was the center of Apollon Kingdom for many years.
Grand Mosque built between 1396 and 1399. The mosque has 20 domes and 2 minarets.
Hacivat & Karagöz
Karagöz and Hacivat are the lead characters of the traditional Turkish shadow play.
Built in 1442, the bridge was damaged by The Big Bursa Earthquake. Today it is a tourist attraction for handcraft.
Built in the period of Sultan Abdulaziz,Clock Tower is 65 meters high.
Mudanya is an old Greek town located on the southern coast of Sea of Marmara.Coastal district of Bursa.
Connecting Bursa city and Uludağ Mountains, it is the longest-route- cable car in Turkey.