Bursa is the fourth most populous city in Turkey. To the north of the city is the Sea of Marmara. In the northeast, Kocaeli, one of the most developed industrial cities of Turkey, is located.
Bursa is one of the most advanced cities in Turkey. In addition, it is a city known for its natural beauties and historical riches. It has been determine that there have been various settlements in this city and its surroundings since 4000 BC. However, the exact information about the region dates back to 700 BC. Homeros refers to the region as “Mysia”. Today, there are two villages in the Bursa region reminiscent of Mysia settlements.
Karagöz Shadow Theater is one of the most important events that city brought to Turkish cultural life in history. Teyyare Cultural Center, one of Turkey’s first theater halls, was opened in this city in 1932.
Bursa, one of the most visited provinces of the Marmara Region, is a city that welcomes its guests every season of the year with its natural beauties. The city is known as “Green Bursa” with its green nature. Its unique forests, lakes, waterfalls, thermal waters and of course Uludağ, the heart of winter tourism… All these are the details that make this city fall in love.
The city, which witnessed the Roman Empire, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, is also very rich in terms of history. You can find and visit many artifacts from these periods in Bursa.
The city’s unique food culture has also developed. It is impossible to go to Bursa and taste its unique dishes. As a result, this city is one of the most livable cities in Turkey with its historical gems, natural beauties and culture.