A Combination of Modern and Traditional
It is İstanbul’s endless variety that fascinates its visitors. The museums, churches, palaces, grand mosques, bazaars, and sites of natural beauty are countless. While you’re relaxing on the western shores of the Bosphorus at sunset and watching the crimson evening light reflected on the other continent, it’ll become clear why so many centuries ago settlers chose to build a city on this remarkable site. In such moments, you can understand why İstanbul is truly one of world’s most magnificent cities.
Known as the “City of Sages”
Mount Uludağ, the symbol of the city, is among the main winter and skiing resorts of Türkiye. You can travel to Uludağ by car, or by cable car if you want to have a birds eye view over the Bursa Plain. Known as the “City of Sages”, Bursa was the first capital city of the Ottoman Empire. It is possible to visit many tombs, inns, mosques, and covered bazaars here.
Yalova, is a significant alternative tourism center with its sea, thermal springs and nature. The Walking Mansion, Hersekzade Ahmet Pasha Mosque, Black Church (which dates back to the Byzantine Empire), Kurşunlu Bath, Atatürk Mansion, Rüstempaşa Mosque are some of the important cultural and historical places of the city. Sudüşen Waterfalls are yet another must see natural treasure of Yalova. It is also possible to see the perfect panoramic view of the Marmara Sea enroute the waterfalls. You can see various kinds of plants, take photos in this area.
- All transportation in Turkey by A/C tour coach, ( private vehicle)
- All entrance fees to the sites as the above program
- Comprehensive sightseeing as itinerary, (museums and cable car bursa not including)
- Meals are not included