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Private Tour From Istanbul to Green City Bursa in a day
"The tour the Bursa starts with an early departure from the hotel (07:30 am).The ferry trip to the nearby city of Yalova is followed by a 45-minute drive to Bursa.Places to visit are The Green Mosque the Green Tomb the Grand Mosque the Covered Bazaar and the Old Silk Market. You may also taste the world famous “Iskender Kebap”.Afterwards head to Bursa’s cable car and hop aboard for a climb to the peak of Mt Olympos. Enjoy the great view of the city. In the unlikely event the cable car is not operating walk with your guide to a similar overlook near an old plane tree.Settled on the northwestern slopes of Mount Uludağ in the southern Marmara Region
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Daily Green Bursa Tour From Istanbul
"After getting picked up at your hotel in Istanbul head to the ferry terminal. Sit back and relax on the boat during the 2-hour ride as the Turkish countryside reveals itself for all its natural beauty. Once in Bursa ascend to the top of Mt. Uludag the historic Mount Olympus and learn about the history of the games as well as the long history of Bursa itself. Visit the Green Mosque and the Green Mausoleum stroll through an old silk market
From EUR75.00
 
Private Tour From Istanbul to Green City Bursa in a day
"The tour the Bursa starts with an early departure from the hotel (07:30 am).The ferry trip to the nearby city of Yalova is followed by a 45-minute drive to Bursa.Places to visit are The Green Mosque the Green Tomb the Grand Mosque the Covered Bazaar and the Old Silk Market. You may also taste the world famous “Iskender Kebap”.Afterwards head to Bursa’s cable car and hop aboard for a climb to the peak of Mt Olympos. Enjoy the great view of the city. In the unlikely event the cable car is not operating walk with your guide to a similar overlook near an old plane tree.Settled on the northwestern slopes of Mount Uludağ in the southern Marmara Region
From $250.00

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ismail bey (Selcuk) hamami (Turkish bath)

This Turkish bath is closed because it is not in good condition. But we could go into the bath. You try too. Because it is cieling is very different than others at spiral shape. It builded between 14....
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Roman Road

Part of a Roman road has been excavated beside the Murat Hamami which is located along the main north-south road to the north of the Hagia Sophia in the town centre. It dates between the 1st and 2nd...
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Murat Hamami

This bath-house is located along the main north-south road to the north of the Hagia Sophia in the town centre. It was built at the end of the 14th century and has sections for men and women. It was...
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Iznik Lake

Iznik sits on the eastern shore of a huge 290 sq km lake which is known as Iznik Lake. I drove to Iznik from Bursa and drove along the lakes southern shore which is a very picturesque drive through...
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Roman Theatre

Near the walls to the south-west of the town centre lies the remains of a Roman Theatre which was built on the orders of Emperor Trajan between 111 and 112 AD. The stones of the theatre, which was...
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Hagia Sophia

The most famous sight in Iznik is this former church which was built by Byzantine emperor Justinian I in the 6th century and modelled after its larger namesake in Istanbul. It's famous because it was...
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Ottoman Kiln Excavations

On these grounds in the centre of town are the remains of the kilns that once stood here which produced the ceramic tiles that were Izink's claim-to-fame. You can find the tiles in every Ottoman...
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Church of the Koimesis

All that remains of this church are ruins. It's located just east of the bus station and was originally built around 800 AD and is said to be the burial place of the Byzantine emperor Theodore I...
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Yesil (Green) Mosque

This is Iznik's most famous mosque and is so-called because its minaret features some beautiful green-turquoise-blue mosaics. It was built between 1378 and 1387 by Sultan Murat I and looks more like...
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Seyh Kutbettin Mosque

This mosque is located to the left of the museum and is dedicated to Seyh Kutbuddinzade Mehmet Izniki, who died in 1418 and who was an important scientist. His most important work is the first Turkish...
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Iznik Museum

This museum is housed in the old soup kitchen that Sultan Murat I had built for his mother, Nilufer Hatun, in 1388. It exhibits some fine examples of Iznik's claim-to-fame - ceramic tiles which you'll...
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Esrefzade Mosque

This recently restored large mosque is, again, located in the centre of town and features a wonderful minaret. It also has several tombs along the outside wall, one of which is that of Esrefzade...
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Kirgizlar Tomb

This tomb lies just outside the southern gate known as Yenisehir Gate and was built in memory of the Kirgiz people who contributed to the conquest of Iznik and the foundation of the Anatolian Seljuk...
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City Walls & Gates

The ancient walls, with their towers and gates, are in relatively good preservation. Their circumference is 3,100 m (10,171 ft), being at the base from 5 to 7 m (16 to 23 ft) in thickness, and from 10...
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