- BURSA :
Was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire. This historical city is frequently called “Green Bursa” in reference to the parks and gardens located across its urban tissue as well as to the vas forests and orchards that extend in its surrounding region.
- CABLE CAR TO MT.ULUDAG : ( first stage )
Mt Uludag is a favourite center of winter sports and a national park famous for its rich flora and fauna.
- YESIL CAMII (Green Mosque) :
Built in 1424, it is a part of the larger religious complex located on the east part of Bursa which consists of a mosque,tombs,a medrese (thological school), kitchens and baths.
- YESIL TÜRBE (GREEN MAUSOLEUM) :
Nearby, you will find here the tomb of the fifth Ottoman Sultan Mehmet Çelebi and those of his cildren.The exterior of the mausoleum is covered with green-blue tiles that lave given its name.
- KOZA HAN (SILK MARKET) AND THE COVERED BAZAAR :
This historical caravanserai was built in 1451 to be the silk cocoon “exchange market” of this ancient center of the silk industry; you will also have the opportunity to have a walk along the crowded narrow streets of the Covered Bazaar.
Drive to the 600 years survivor Inkaya Plane Tree and coffee break on the way to Mt.Uluda?, if cable car does nor operate due to inconvenient weather conditions.
Transportation, Lunch, Guide (English speaking), Museums and Entrance Fees.