Stay away from famoust restaurants that you see on Internet for breakfast. Instead choose a local one after advise or according look.
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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
Cumalıkızık is a mountain village uphill Bursa. İt settled in Yıldırım region. İf you take the m1 metro you reach Cumalıkızık station where you have to take a minibus ( a common taxi ). the minibus takes you to the village. the journey from midtown...More
A small and famous Turkish village in Bursa. Villagers are earning their life from farming and forestry. Domestic tourists are also supporting their economy. Village women are selling home made jams, pastry and wooden toys. Cumalıkızık has a small square, it is mostly shaded and...More
A truly unique experience walking through this historical village with its narrow cobbled stone paths and colorful 700 years old homes. Beautiful sunrise. Tryout the simple but delicious traditional breakfast provided at cafes. Not very touristy which we love. We were just there last week...More
Cumalikizik is a sleepy Ottoman village where you can have a delicious breakfast and then wander the winding small streets. The local villagers sell many things from honey to home-made jams. The architecture is outstanding and you'll be sure to get picturesque photos.