- Day trip to Bursa from Istanbul
- Visit the Green Mosque and Green Tomb, both renowned for their superb decorations
- Enjoy a ferry ride to Yalova and admire sweeping city views from Uludag
- Indulge in a traditional Turkish meal at a restaurant where Sultan Murat II once dined
- Be astounded by the massive domes and pillars of the 14th-century Great Mosque, where local Muslims worship
- Visit Koza Han, a vast market that was the center of silk trade for many centuries.
- Small-group tour limited to 25 people ensures a more personalized experience
With your guide, visit the early 15th-century Green Mosque (Yesil Cami) and the Green Tomb (Yesil Turbe), where Sultan Mehmet I was buried in 1421. Both these sites are celebrated for their pristine architecture and beautiful interior embellishment, and you'll certainly see why!
Continue to Bursa’s city center to visit the imperial Great Mosque (Ulu Cami). Be astounded by its 20 domes and 12 massive pillars built in the Seljuk style in 1399, and learn how this is a common place for Muslim worship.
At midday, relax at an elegant restaurant – where Sultan Murat II once dined – and enjoy a lunch of traditional kebabs and other local specialties. After lunch, explore Koza Han, a vast market where merchants from all over the world have met for centuries to trade silk cocoons.
Next, travel by cable car to Uludag (Mt Olympus), where you can admire panoramic views of Bursa and the fertile plains below. Continue by coach to Cumalikizik Village and pass beautifully preserved early Ottoman-era homes before heading back to Istanbul.