Tofas's Bursa Museum Of Anatolian Cars, Bursa

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Known for its thermal waters and proximity to the popular ski resort of Mount Uludağ, Bursa offers upscale accommodations with a price. Here you'll find mostly four-star hotels, including some international chains, all renowned for their spa offerings. If you want to explore the marketplaces of the early Ottoman era, it makes the most sense to stay right in town. If you're looking for a more budget-friendly alternative, check out the limited number of family-run hotels in town, or look to the guesthouses on the outskirts.
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  • It is hard to find but worth it. The museum has a beatiful garden even in winter with wonderful old trees. The museum tells the story of cars from the beginning. And has a small cafe where you can enj...  more »
  • This is a must if you're visiting Bursa. It's one of the best museums has to offer. It's rather small but curated and managed very well. If you're into cars, it would be a treat. If you have time; mak...  more »
  • Overalll small but clean museum. History of horse wagons in Turkey with original exhibits. Clock and watch museum right next to it was interesting. Entrance was free for both exhibits.  more »