Camel caravans travelling the Silk Road to Bursa once lodged at Emir Han, entered at the rear of Ulu Camii. Drovers and merchants slept...
The 14th-century Bedesten, built by Sultan Beyazıt I and reconstructed after an 1855 earthquake is contained within Bursa's sprawling...
This enormous Seljuk-style shrine (1399) is Bursa's most dominant and durable mosque. Sultan Beyazıt I built it in a monumental...
Beneath hanging creepers, this side-street courtyard cafe is a welcome retreat from the Bursan bustle.
This branch of the iconic Bursa restaurant that's the originator of the legendary İskender kebap has an atmospheric vaulted setting....
Kapalı Çarşı Caddesi · interesting places nearby
Kapalı Çarşı information
Bursa's sprawling Kapalı Çarşı (Covered Market) contains the 14th-century Bedesten, built by Sultan Beyazıt I (reconstructed after an 1855 earthquake), and the Eski Aynalı Çarşı, originally the Orhanbey Hamamı. Built in 1335, it features a domed ceiling with skylights. Karagöz shadow puppets and other traditional items are sold here.