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Very near Bursa,5th biggest city of Turkey, it is a small village nearby a brook. Better to visit during weekdays since it is crowded at weekends. I ate in Misi Evi : Misi House, Ms. Zerrin, the landlady prepared delicious local food herself. It is...More
Misi Village is a little bit far from city center but you can reach there by car in 20-30 mins.This place is crowded on Sundays.If you want to have breakfast outside,you should visit here at least once.
Is good place for the people who like to walk in nature and for long way and to see the old ottman house but nothing interest if you want to go and visit the rest there so expansive you can visit cumalikizik is more better...More
A small village with a nice stream. I have visited this with my family during winter time. I didn't try food here just few hot drinks. But the place has a good view and there is a place to sit by the stream. Worth checking...More
I went out to Misi to visit Sinasi Celikkol's Ethnographic Museum, a low - key treasure that is easy to reach from central Bursa by subway and bus. I don't know of any other attractions; didn't look for them, or eat while there, but it...More
People want to spend their money and satisfaction comes from eating out. However, the food is average and there are too many people insuch places. You have to others as the tables are close to one another. I do not like such commercialized areas, but...More