Depart from the hotel in Bursa to the Ottoman village (Cumalikizik) for a delicious country breakfast served by the people of the village, which is located east of Bursa on the Ankara road, and its history dates back to 700 years ago, and it is one of the rare villages that preserved the architectural building dating back to the Ottoman era It also still maintains the traditional lifestyle.
And then we will go to Bursa’s small waterfall or Saidabad waterfall in the Kestel area, where there are cafes and restaurants serving Turkish food amidst the green forest full of oak trees and the sounds of the roar of the waterfall all over the area, and you can also barbecue with your family in designated places.
Then we will go to the Great Mosque of Ulu (in Turkish, Ulu Camii), whose construction dates back to 1399 AD and was ordered by the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I at the time, according to the Seljuk architectural style. .
We will not forget the covered market or the famous Grand Bazaar (Kapali Çarsi), which is a historical market where clothes, accessories, gold and souvenirs are sold.
Finally, we will head to Hayvanat Bahçesi Zoo, which opened in 1998 and covers an area of 200,000 square meters, where the zoo in Bursa houses wolves, lions, tigers, birds of prey, giraffe and zebra.
And then back in the evening to the hotel