DENTAL HEALTH TOURISM
Patients living abroad prefer our country in dental treatments due to the high cost of dental treatment in the region where they live. They have the chance to perform dental treatments and discover the historical, natural and cultural beauties of Bursa.
The sum of travel, accommodation and dental treatment fees is preferred in Turkey Dental Tourism because it is more economical than the dental treatment fees in any European country.
In addition to the quality of service provided in Oral and Dental Health Centers in Turkey, the fact that factors such as communication with the patient, examination or treatment time are at a high level compared to many other countries increases the preferability even more.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DT GROUP CLINIS AND DENTAL HEALTH TOURISM…
Transportation by air, airport pick-up, all your transfers, accommodation in our contracted hotels and pleasant trips in Bursa, a tourism paradise with its historical places, are welcomed by the DT GROUP CLINICS family. Moreover, this service offered to you is offered with the most reasonable price advantages.
BURSA ATTRACTION IN DENTAL TOURISM
Bursa is the fourth most populous city in Turkey with a population of 3,150,000 as of 2021. 2016 World Livable Cities ranking 28th in the world It ranks 1st in Turkey.
Bursa, one of the most economically developed cities in Turkey, is also important with its natural and historical riches. The reason why there are most historical monuments belonging to the foundation period of the Ottoman Empire in Bursa is that Bursa was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire. Bursa stands out in the region with its shopping malls, parks, museums and bazaar. In addition, Bursa is the second largest city in the Marmara region after Istanbul.
According to industrial statistics, Bursa is Turkey’s largest industrial city and automotive production center. CNN International has made Turkey’s epithet for Detroit. Tofaş-Fiat, Renault, Bosch, Peugeot, Karsan Automotive, passenger cars and commercial vehicles and Cobra Güleryüz bus factories are located in Bursa. Bursa Automobile Museum, which was established because Bursa is the center of the automotive industry in Turkey, is also located in this city.
Especially Bursa, where Uludağ ski tourism is at the forefront, is the most preferred winter tourism city of Turkey. It is a city that has become a brand in terms of tourism with its world-famous silk, towel, textile products, İznik tile, kebab, Uludağ, healing thermal waters and baths.
THE GRAND MOSQUE OF BURSA
It is rumored that Evliya Çelebi called the mosque, which is among the important works of Bursa, ‘Hagia Sophia of Bursa’. The construction of the mosque, which was built by the Ottoman sultan Yıldırım Bayezid, started in 1396 and the structure was completed in 1399. It is also considered one of the oldest mosques in Turkish-Islamic history. The Grand Mosque is the largest in Turkey in terms of the area where prayers are performed. The Grand Mosque, which covers an area of 2215 square meters, consists of 5 sections, each with four domes. The dome in the middle of its 20 domes of almost equal size was made open. The raindrops entering from this middle dome covered with wire would collect in the pool, and the light would illuminate the mosque. Under the dome in the middle there is an 18-cornered fountain with a pool. We recommend you to see it.
Uludağ, one of the first centers that comes to mind when it comes to “skiing” in Turkey, is a place that has hosted many Turkish films. Approximately 40 kilometers by road from the center of Bursa, after the construction of the Osmangazi Bridge, it is reached from Istanbul in a 2-hour time. Uludağ, which hosts thousands of people every year with the opening of the ski season, is flooded with day-trippers on weekends. In the Uludag ski center, there are 20 ski tracks of various lengths.
Bursa Teleferik, which is the longest ropeway cable car line in the world, is used intensively by tourists going to Uludağ in the winter period. Uludağ can be reached in about 20-25 minutes. It provides the opportunity to watch a unique view of Bursa.
Saitabat Waterfall, 21 kilometers away from Bursa, is formed by the downstream of waters from Uludağ. The waterfall falls from a canyon. There are picnic areas around the waterfall, which is also known as Güvercinlik by the local people.
Suuçtu Waterfall, which is approximately 18 kilometers away from Mustafa Kemal Paşa district of Bursa, is one of the water sources of the region as well as the breakage of the fault line under the stream named Karadere. The water poured from 38 meters exhibits a beautiful view with the pond it fills in the winter months, although the water decreases in summer.
Uluabat Lake, also known by the name of Apolyont, is also famous for having the highest number of waterfowl due to its migration routes. It is protected by the national parks administration.
Tirilye, Trilye, Zeytinbağı. All three names are used for the same place. The name of Trilye, which was used as a settlement by the Misians, Thracians, Ancient Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans respectively, was changed to Mahmut Şevket Pasha in memory of Mahmut Şevket Pasha, who fell victim to the süikas in 1909, but the people continued to call it Tirilye. In 1963, it was changed again, this time as “Zeytinbağı”. When this name was not adopted, it became Tirilye again in 2011. It is one of the places that should be visited with its historical monuments, streets and especially olives whose natural texture has been preserved.
It is one of the 4 bazaar bridges in the world, of which only Florence, Venice and Lofça in Bulgaria have one example. It is stated that the Irgandi Bridge on Gökdere was built in 1442 by the merchant Muslihiddin, the son of Pir Ali, to the architect Abdullah oğlu Timurtaş. It was badly damaged in the earthquake of 1855 and large and small wooden shops were built on it. In 1922, the bridge was destroyed again as a result of the bombing of the Greeks who left the city. In 1949, the bridge was rebuilt as reinforced concrete and 60 cm higher than the original form. The bridge, which was restored in accordance with its 19th century condition with repair and renovation works between 1988 and 2004, today contains various handicraft workshops and shops.
Tophane is one of the places where you can see the city panoramic in the very center of Bursa. But the most special part is that the historical clock tower and the tombs of Osman Gazi and his son Orhan Gazi are located here. It is also the place where Ramadan cannon shots heard from all over Bursa are made.
It is known that the foundation story of Cumalıkızık, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, dates back to the 1300s. The village, which hosts examples of early civil architecture in the Ottoman Empire, is one of the seven kizik villages established around Uludağ. At that time, the word ‘kizik’ was used to describe villages built on the mountainside. Five of these villages, Cumalıkızık, Hamamlıkızık, Derekızık, Fidyekızık and Değirmenlikızık, have survived to the present day. Among them, the one that has preserved its original texture is Cumalikiz.
With its narrow streets at the foot of Uludağ, authentic houses that have not lost their original texture and an atmosphere that preserves the village atmosphere, Cumalıkızık is one of the unspeakable livable legends of Bursa.700 years of mysterious history, buildings dating from the Ottoman Empire, natural resources, festivals and experiences are among the historical and natural beauties of the city. When you go down to the village square, you can stop by the stalls and the villagers selling local products, you can buy natural village style jams, pastes, pickles, noodles, tarhanas, village breads.
When you walk up from the square, you will first see that the water coming from Uludağ flows through the village. Cumalıkızık, which carries you to the past by abstracting you from the world with houses that smell of history made of adobe, colorful walls, door knockers, street fountains, narrow streets…