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The old capital of the Ottoman state renowned for its local silk production, Bursa now boasts a unique blend of attractions. Visit Ottoman mansions, old mosques and drive to ancient mountains and hot springs. Rent your Imperial vehicle today and discover Bursa!

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Nestled among the ancient Bithynian Olympus, or present-day Mount Uludağ, Bursa is one of Turkey’s most important cities and major industrial centers. A significant city for silk trade and production, Bursa flourished during Classical Antiquity, grew stronger during the Byzantine era, and saw great cultural and economic prosperity during the Ottoman times. Historically known as Prusa, under Bithynian rule, it was then renamed Bursa and belonged to the Roman Empire since 74 BC. Under Byzantine rule, Bursa saw considerable growth and prosperity and was already famous for its silk textile production. The city changed hands many times and was captured by the Seljuks during the first Crusade. An important time in the history of Bursa started in the 1320s when the Ottomans made the city the first capital of the Ottoman Empire. The city prospered under Ottoman rule, and as a result, many madrasas, mosques, kulliyes, and caravanserais were built from the 13th century onwards.

Bursa was a thriving industrial and commercial hub during the Middle Ages, mostly due to the silk trade. Notwithstanding the ups and downs of its political history, Bursa remained a center for manufacturing and importing silk from China through Persia, making it an indispensable part of the Ottoman silk trade. Bursa and Cumalıkızık were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014 as exemplary areas of architecture, religion, trade, and economy of the developing 14th-century Ottoman Empire. Bursa’s illustrious past and the rich historical tapestry are now reflected in its museums, mosques, bazaars, caravanserais, and old hammams. A unique destination in northwestern Turkey for visitors from all around the world, Bursa Province has to be included in your travel bucket list. Famous for its winter sports, outdoor activities, lush greenery, and historical significance, you can travel to Bursa at any time of the year. The historic neighborhood of Bursa has many things to see and do, so it’s recommended that you book your hotel near the city center if you’re here for only a few days. Otherwise, you can get everywhere you want at any time of the day with your Imperial rental car without being stressed about time. There is no deposit required or credit card payment necessary when using our services, so feel free to make your reservation whenever you see fit.


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Splendid Uludağ Mountain adds an extra layer of charm to Bursa’s overall scenery and offers all kinds of recreational and outdoor activities for nature lovers. A short drive away from Bursa will take you to Uludag Mountain and National Park, where you will find the famous ski resort, numerous campsites, hiking and climbing trails, and untouched nature to explore. You can reach a height of 1,600 m with your car or cable cars, but keep in mind that the area tends to be crowded during the winter months. The breathtaking landscapes, the alpine meadows, the fresh air, and the wide range of outdoor activities make it a must-visit destination in Bursa.

Whether you're into skiing, hiking, or simply enjoying the stunning views, Uludağ has something for everyone. Camping sites are abundant here, but it’s preferable to go during spring or summer because of the harsh winter conditions. You can take your own sports or camping equipment; otherwise, there are several travel agencies in Bursa that organise tours and expeditions in Uludag. It is advisable to take a map of Uludag Mt because there are numerous hiking trails, gorges, camping grounds, and inaccessible fauna or flora-protected areas. When you choose to rent a car from Imperial, you get to be as flexible as it gets, as we provide budget daily prices for all kinds of vehicles. Imperial has you covered whether you’re looking for an SUV, a minivan, or a crossover. What’s more, we offer 24/7 roadside assistance and customer support, so you will always feel safe during your Bursa journey.


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Bursa’s city center is a haven for history buffs, entertainment, sightseeing, and shopping. With its multitude of museums, mosques, monuments, and thermal baths, you will need at least a week to visit Bursa without any rush. By far, the most visited district in Bursa is Osmangazi, as it contains Bursa’s historic center and most of its monuments and places of interest. The most impressive and visited attractions in the city are Ulu Cami, Koza Han caravanserai, the Tomb of Osman Gazi, the Bursa Archaeological Museum, and the Orhan Mosque. A mix of Ottoman and Seljuk architecture, the Grand Mosque of Bursa is the city’s symbol and its largest mosque.

This historic area around the mosque encompasses major open-air bazaars, caravanserais, külliye complexes, and vibrant neighborhoods suitable for leisure shopping, sightseeing, and stopping for Turkish coffee and breakfast. For instance, the 14th-century Koza Han silk market and main caravanserai consist of food stalls, old-fashioned boutiques, fabric retailers, and an overall welcoming and vibrant atmosphere. The neoclassical Tophane Clocktower is the starting point for many walking tours in Bursa. Nearby, the historical tombs and religious sites of Osman Gazi are situated in a verdant, peaceful complex surrounded by gardens. The Tombs of Osman Gazi hold great significance as they are the final resting place of the founder and first ruler of the Ottoman Empire. The architecture of the tombs is genuinely remarkable, showcasing the Ottoman style with intricate details and craftsmanship. The domed structures and minarets add to the grandeur of the site.

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