Bursa Day Trip: Uludag Mountain, Turkish Food, Snow And More 2021
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Today, I want to show you around Bursa, Turkey. Bursa is a large city in northwest Turkey, lying in the foothills of roughly 2,500m-high Mount Uludağ near the Sea of Marmara. The city is known for its mosques and historical sites from the early Ottoman Empire. It’s nicknamed “Yeşil Bursa” (Green Bursa), owing to its many parks and trees, as well as its dramatic mountain backdrop. I want to show you a day in Bursa , so you can get a better idea of beautiful Turkey! I went on beautiful day trip! I ate local Turkish food, went on a ferry, rode on a ATV 4 wheeler, went to a famous Mountain called Uludag Mountain which is beautiful has a ski resort which has a lot of snow.

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14 thoughts on “Bursa Day Trip: Uludag Mountain, Turkish Food, Snow And More 2021

  1. potters journal says:

    This is great, so enjoyable. Some travel, getting about, some food the Uludag Mountain, all so beautiful. But, but, but wait, no skis, no snowboard. What a waist, what are you not doing there. To be at such a great ski mountain with no skis is just not right. I should be there with a snowboard. This is so great to see but I want to be there, now. What a really great day trip. More Bursa please.

  2. SelcukSumengen says:

    16:17 This is sucuk (pronounce sujuk). Sucuk is made from fermented ground beef, beef fat and spices. It consists of approximately 3/1 of fat, it is spicy in plain form or when it is called acılı sucuk, there is plenty of hot pepper in it. Sucuk and pastırma (highly seasoned air-dried cured beef), are both of them Turkey's most widely eaten fermented foods.

  3. SelcukSumengen says:

    10:53 Like what I said before, this is touristic shop and prices little higher than normal. Turkish name is süt reçeli, English milk jam, originally Spanish dulce de leche. If you check prices from internet (Google) at top Turkish trade sites (hepsiburada, n11, trendyol etc…) 350 gr 14 TL, 550 gr 23 TL, 1700 gr 56 TL.

    11:12 yes they are special, you can't find easily coffee jam anywhere in Turkey. Middle "normal" means you can find in any supermarket in anywhere.

    In Turkey we live 4 seasons same time, so many tropical fruits (like avocado, kiwifruit, banana etc) growing in our country. Some areas hot dry, some wet and too rainy, very high areas of thousands of meters, and sea level areas allows the presence of a wide variety of plants growing in Turkey.

    Another fact is that, after the Ottoman Empire collapsed, all those people living in the regions are gathered to the current Republic of Turkey. This ensures that the dishes of many different cultures come together.

    13:02 For Google search: Reçelci Dede Ev Reçelleri – Derekızık Köyü. Reçelci means a person who selling jams and Dede means grandpa, Ev Reçelleri means house jams, or better home made jams.

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