Beside the Ulu Cami is the Emir Han, used by many of Bursa's silk brokers. Camels from the silk caravans used to be corralled here and...
This enormous Seljuk-style shrine (1396) is Bursa's most dominant and durable mosque. Sultan Beyazıt I built it in a monumental...
Karagöz Travel Agency
Offers interesting local tours, including city excursions.
This central spot (which also claims to have created the İskender kebap) does hearty versions of the local favorite, at slightly cheaper...
Kapalı Çarşı information
Lonely Planet review
Behind the Ulu Cami, Bursa's sprawling Kapalı Çarşı is a great place to while away a few hours, especially if you find İstanbul's Grand Bazaar too touristy. At the centre of the Kapalı Çarşı, the bedesten (vaulted, fireproof enclosure for valuable goods) was built in the late 14th century by Yıldırım Beyazıt, although it was reconstructed after an earthquake in 1855. The market is renowned for its high-quality towels and bathrobes, should you have space in your luggage for such bulky items.