The last stop on the Silk Road!
The vibrant village of Cumalıkızık, a World Heritage site!
Historic mosques, madrasas, mausolea and Turkish baths!
Bursa, the first seat of the Ottoman Empire, is a city deeply-rooted in history and culture. A city of firsts, it still bears Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman influences in its architecture …
Historic mosques and madrasas, markets and caravansaries that have been hubs of commerce for centuries, bathhouses (an essential part of Turkish culture), centuries-old plane trees, and a vibrant natural setting are all hallmarks of Bursa. The city is an amalgam of the old and the new, which is why it has been the backdrop for hundreds of films and TV shows.
LOCATIONS IN BURSA
Uludağ is one of the main ski resorts in Turkey. Covered in snow almost year-round, Uludağ is rich in forests, tourist facilities and infrastructure, making it an enticing shooting location.
An unparalleled combination of nature and history that lies alongside Lake Uluabat, Gölyazı is home to woodlands that are swallowed by the lake each spring as the water levels rise, flocks of ducks that call the lake their home, narrow cobblestone alleys, and a cove known as Apolyont in ancient times. This is a place with layers upon layers of history cradled within a breathtaking landscape.
The village of Cumalıkızık invites you to explore its Ottoman-era architecture and scenic beauty. With its colorful streets, quaint houses, and a spirit that harkens back to Ottoman times, Cumalıkızık is also an ideal location for films.
Bursa is easily accessible by land and sea thanks to its advanced transportation infrastructure. The Yenişehir Airport within the city offers flights to locations across Turkey.
ACCOMMODATION IN BURSA
Bursa offers a rich range of accommodation and restaurants, cafés, and bars.