The city of Bursa was once the former capital of the Ottoman Turks and is the fourth-largest city in Turkey, filled with many beautiful mosques, shrines, and parks.
There are many Turkish baths in central Bursa, where you can enjoy an exfoliating massage in the traditional Ottoman style.
In the winter months, many outdoor enthusiasts come to enjoy an afternoon of skiing, snowboarding, and other snow-based sports at Uludağ National Park.
Ulu Cami was built in the late 14th century by the Seljuk Turks and features classic examples of ornate Ottoman architecture.
Bursa's top markets for traditional wares are located near Ulu Cami and are the perfect place to try bargaining and pick up souvenirs to take home.
Bursa is famous for being the birthplace of the widely popular lamb, tomato, and yogurt dish called Iskender Kebab. This dish is served - and loved - widely around Turkey.TRRRRR