Hotel Gonluferah

Cekirge 1. Murat Cd. No:22, Bursa, 16090, Turkey
Gonluferah Thermal Hotel
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Forum Posts

Can you hire a bus from Istanbul Airport to Bursa hotel for 9 People

by vichatherly

Hi,

We're heading to Bursa for the football in November.

Is there any way we can hire a minbus/taxi that can take us from Istanbul Airport direct to our hotel in Bursa?

There wil be 9 of us.

Also would be great if we could do the journey in reverse the day after the match

Thanks in advance

Vic

Re: Can you hire a bus from Istanbul Airport to Bursa hotel for 9 People

by ozalp

Which airport? Ataturk or Sabiha Gokcen?

Avis has agencies in both airports an also in Bursa. They have VW Caravelle and Mercedes Vito options for 9.

You can see locations here:
http://www.avis.com.tr/Avis-Lokasyonlari.html

Vehicles are here:
http://www.avis.com.tr/Arac-Filosu.html

I'd like to give English page links but page structure changes when I change the language. Maybe you can find it yourself.

Re: Can you hire a bus from Istanbul Airport to Bursa hotel for 9 People

by infinitys

hello

you can keep in touch with one of the following tourism agencies specified below for hiring a minibus to Bursa. They are all reliable and qualified,you do not need to worry at all.

Setur,www.setur.com.tr
ETS tour,www.etstur.com
Cafetur,www.cafetur.com

have a nice journey

Re: Can you hire a bus from Istanbul Airport to Bursa hotel for 9 People

by vichatherly

Many thanks. I'll give them a try

Travel Tips for Bursa

The Heykel

by Tijavi

This is perhaps the first word you'll learn upon arrival in Bursa. It's posted in almost every dolmus (mini-bus/shared taxi) and bus, and it refers to Turkey's iconic political figure - Mustafa Kemal. And it's a cold slab of sculptured stone - a sculpture of Mustafa Kemal himself - simply translated 'statue' in English.

The heykel is sort of the city's ground zero from which directions and orientation are based. Behind the statue is a garaj (yes, that is garage), one of the city's many, but for tourists perhaps the most important. From this garaj you could take the shared taxi to telerifik, among others.

Favorite pastime

by Tijavi

While tea gardens are a popular fixture in many parts of Turkey, I've never seen something as lively as Bursa's. And it's all over the city - from the atmospheric hans (Ottoman warehouses converted to shops and tea gardens) to popular places like Mahfel Mado, much of the city's real estate is devoted to what is arguably Bursa's favorite pastime - tea time. More interesting are the people that flock to these tea gardens - beautiful, fashionable youth, which Bursa never seems to run out of.

CANDIED CHESNUT

by Arkeolog

Bursa is famous for its Doner, silk, mosques and also candied chestnut. Best brand is KAFKAS.

There are plenty of chestnut trees around Bursa. The sole species of chestnut, of which there are 16 species in the world, found in Turkey is the Anatolian chestnut (Castanea sativa), which grows over a broad area extending from the shores of Northern Anatolia to deep within the Marmara region and up to the Aegean. With a long life span of around 500 years, chestnuts are among the most majestic trees of the Anatolian forests with their giant stature that can reach as high as 30 meters.

B U T T I M
For 600 years...

by aozcakir

B U T T I M
For 600 years Bursa has been Turkey's most important silk and textile center, maintaining this status since the republic. The city has seen great development with automotive, food and machine sectors being added to its textile industry. One of the main roads passing through the plain of Bursa, the Yalova road, is lined with hypermarkets and business centers. One of these is the Bursa Textile Trade Center whose construction completed. It is expected, all the textile offices will move to the building.

At the entrance to Koza Han,...

by aozcakir

At the entrance to Koza Han, tea shops catch ones attention. Sitting by the central fountain on a rush stool drinking coffee is an unforgettable experience. Each coffee cup is decorated with timeless designs.

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