Nice activity to start your morning. Small shops offering honey, fruit, and spices. Small local restaurant runs by a family who lives next door. Parking lot is available
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A small well preserved village presently under UNESCO care will give you the feeling of yore. It is the oldest village of the Ottoman era. The buildings are well preserved even today. There are many handicraft shops in this little place. A must visit if...More
well its a unesco site and it takes sometime to get there from the city centre, but i guess it was a national holiday so it was crowded, it has some old houses and there are lots of shops and shops only outside those houses,...More
The is a quaint Turkish village inside the Bursa metro area. Very traditional Ottoman buildings. Many places to eat and have tea or coffee. There are lots of shops for buying trinkets and souvenirs.
This is a small Ottoman village. Has more than 900 years old history. This place under coverage of UNESCO as a world cultural protection program. small roads, narrow streets and village houses. You may rest on Village coffeehouse You must eat special food, called "Gozleme"...More