Known as the Royal Springs, Bursa’s renowned hot mineral waters have been popular since Byzantine and Roman times. Fed by magnesium, calcium and sulfur-rich thermal springs, the 700-year old baths were built in the time of Sultan Murat I. The beautifully ornate Yeni Kaplica bath dates back to 16th century.
Located within the Muradiye district, Orhan Mosque is one of the most important structures of the early Ottoman period. The most important characteristics include twin arches at both sides of the structure and the interesting, external brickwork.
Bursa Teleferik has developed a “Special Travelling Experience” plot combining ecological transportation enriched with the pleasures offered at the stations and an observation journey. The lift line positioned within the nature delicately and the architecture of 4 separate stations offers comfort and entertainment to the guests. The stores of various brands located in the stations form a...
Iznik is a quiet village near Bursa that was a major pottery center during the Ottoman Empire. It's still well-known for beautiful pottery in the Ottoman style and for the ancient walls that still mostly surround the city. It's a few hours' drive from Istanbul, but the trip can be made shorter—and more entertaining—by hopping a ferry to Yalova and driving from there.
This tomb, which is also the symbol of Bursa, is one of the most beautiful and unique samples of Ottoman tomb architecture. A lead dome perched on a high hoop covers the octagonal structure, which can be climbed via a marble stairway.