Bursa is located in the northwest of Turkey and southeast of the Sea of Marmara. It is surrounded by Bilecik, Adapazarı in the east, İzmit, Yalova, İstanbul and Marmara Sea in the north, Eskişehir, Kütahya in the south, Balıkesir provinces in the west. The city, known as "Green Bursa” since it has many green areas, and is the first capital of the Ottoman Empire
You can reach Bursa by road, by sea and by airway.
Uluabat Lake, formerly known as Apolyont Lake, is located in Bursa province in Marmara Region. There are villages and ruins from ancient history around this lake, which is almost like a paradise. It has both historical and natural beauties.
It is actually a neighborhood in Bursa province. This neighborhood, where the old Ottoman houses were located and still inhabited by Ottoman culture, is appreciated by domestic or foreign tourists every year.
Green Mosque and Green Tomb
Located in the most beautiful cities in Bursa, the dazzling structure of the Green Mosque and the Green Tomb in its garden is one of the most beautiful places to visit. The Green Mosque, which is equipped with ancient Ottoman traditions and decorated with a wide variety of tiles and has marble and wood workmanship, was built in 1419, and the Green Tomb was constructed in 1421. Each point of this mosque, built by Sultan Mehmet Çelebi is adored with tiles, and this is unique in Ottoman structures.