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The Basics

Bursa is a popular day-trip destination from Istanbul. To enjoy the city’s historic sites, head to the Great Mosque (Ulu Cami), Green Mosque (Yesil Cami), Green Tomb (Yesil Turbe), or to the Koza Han caravanserai market, then visit the Tombs of Osman and Orhan, the first sultans of the Ottoman Empire. Take a cable car up Mount Uludag to enjoy panoramic views, or opt for outdoor activities ranging from skiing to all-terrain vehicle tours.

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Bursa and Uludag Tour - (Breakfast-Lunch Included)
Bursa and Uludag Tour - (Breakfast-Lunch Included)
$69.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Really Awesome
This was one of the best tour, me and my family are very frequent travellers, breakfast and lunch camp dinner might cost the price, we paid for the whole tour it was simply amazing, the tour guide chatay was out of the planet, polite,humble courteous, really one of the most wonderful person , those who are looking for Bursa tour, no need to further explore, this is it, I bet you will love it
DrSaif_H, Jan 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Istanbul

Surprisingly good experience
Faisal_K, Dec 2021
Bursa and Uludag Tour - (Breakfast-Lunch Included)
Gayhatu or also known as joshep was a wonderland, kind and informative guide. He took cared to all our needs and made sure we were comfortable all the time. We hade many historic sight seeing activities throughout the trip and 1 shopping trip only. Would recommend this tour to everyone.
This tour was amazing....
Abdur_S, Dec 2021
Bursa and Uludag Tour - (Breakfast-Lunch Included)
This tour was amazing. For the price we paid I think it was totally worth it. It was exactly how it was explained.
The arrangements from...
Sofia_S, Dec 2021
Daily Bursa City Tour by Private Minivan (Day Trip from Istanbul)
The arrangements from immediate response to entire journey was excellent. The tour operator provided us with immaculate details of our vehicle and journey, and our assigned driver/guide, Mr. Eftal, was the most courteous, caring and informative we have ever experienced. Our tour was comfortable and fun. I highly recommend booking through Viator, as we checked with recommended companies and they were quoting twice the amount and not the same level of vehicle. We really enjoyed our day tour to Bursa!
Overall, a fun day trip
Lance_K, Apr 2021
Private Tour: Bursa Day Trip from Istanbul
Our guide Ceskin was a super nice guy and was very knowledgeable about the city and my family and I learned much about the Turkish culture from him. We were a little disappointed that we could not take the tram up to the mountain due to weather conditions and so our tour was cut a bit short. It would also have been great if we could have gotten a bit more time at the silk market. But Bursa is a nice place and the mosques are beautiful. It was a nice adventure out of from Istanbul.
Very excellent
Ahad_K, Dec 2021
Bursa and Uludag Tour - (Breakfast-Lunch Included)
Very nice trip. Every thing was as described. Tourist guide was very nice, highly educated, and helpful. The van driver was very professional, kind, and helpful. The trip was very nice, especially the uludug mountain with the snow.
Amazing trip
Mr_S, Sep 2021
Bursa and Uludag Tour - (Breakfast-Lunch Included)
The trip was amazing though finally we got tired of long journey. Specially the Guide 'Mr Mohammad' is a nice guy.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Wear comfortable and sturdy shoes; there are many cobblestone streets and hills.

  • Be respectful when visiting religious sites, including mosques, and have your head covered.

  • Bargaining is expected at markets and bazaars.

  • Full-day tours from Istanbul can last upwards of 12 hours.

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How to Get There

Bursa is located about two hours from Istanbul, across the Sea of Marmara. For a scenic trip to Bursa, take a ferry across the Sea of Marmara, then hop on a bus or taxi. You can also opt for a bus directly from Istanbul to the city.

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When to Get There

Bursa is lovely to visit all year round. The weather is best in the spring and fall, as summers can be quite hot. In winter, visitors head to the city to go skiing on Mount Uludag.

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Cumalikizik Village

The Bursa UNESCO World Heritage Site also includes the historic village of Cumalikizik. Located about 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the center of the city, Cumalikizik is famous for its 270 well-preserved Ottoman-era houses. Step back in time with a stroll through the town’s narrow cobblestone streets, and enjoy the shops and restaurants housed in the restored historic buildings.

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