According to information from the District Department of Culture and Tourism, the Ottoman capital of Bursa was home to a number of civilizations and with its historical remnants and thermal springs, the region boasts a serious potential for winter and summer tourism.
Up until now the city has not received the share it deserves from tourism, however with recent intensive promotional efforts, it appears the number of visitors to Bursa may now be on the rise.
While 145,000 tourists visited and stayed in Bursa last year, the goal is to bring that figure up to 500,000.
When looking at figures over recent years, Russian tourists are the number one nationality to visit Bursa. Although Russians are rarely seen visiting the city center, they enjoy skiing in Uludağ in the winter months.
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