Bolu: Well known for its cuisine and great contributions to Turkish culinary culture, Bolu ranks also among the cities that fascinate visitors with their lush nature.
The early settlement of the city dates back to 5500 BC but Bolu has retained its importance and original façade from the ancient times to the present day.
Located in the Western Black Sea region and home to the most beautiful landscape, Bolu offers completely different scenic views in every season.
Well-known since the Ottoman Era for its talented cooks, the province has made major contributions to the Turkish and Ottoman cuisine and has become the cradle of the world's most successful chefs.
The venue of many festivals Bolu welcomes visitors any season of the year offering both scenic beauties and tasty dishes. Tourists who want to explore what Bolu has to offer are welcome any time of the year.
One of the most advanced cities of Turkey blessed with a rich cultural and historical heritage and an abundand flora and fauna Bolu offers numerous niceties to taste and to see. Bolu attracts the attention of nature lovers particularly for its Yedigöller National Park and fascinates visitors with completely differentRead More
How can I get there?
Located in the Western Black Sea region and in the vicinity of Istanbul, Bolu is one of the most preferred cities for weekend getaways. Bolu is easily accessible via intercity buses from Istanbul and other major cities around Turkey. The developed transportation network of the city allows easy access toRead More
Among the most popular cities of Turkey, well-known for its lush nature, rich history and peculiar flavors Bursa perpetuates and promotes its values through festivals organized around the year. The Karagöl Festival held in the last week of May and the Apple Festival organized in the first week of OctoberRead More