Places to Visit in Misi Village

June 28, 2024
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Misi Village is a charming holiday village in the Nilüfer district of Bursa city, located in the southern part of the Marmara Region of our country. It is possible to have wonderful and enjoyable times in this village, which attracts attention with its deep-rooted history. This village, which has an average history of 2 thousand years, is located only twelve kilometers from Bursa city center. There are many places to visit in Misi Village, which is among the frequent destinations of local and foreign tourists coming to Bursa. The number of people coming here, especially from Istanbul, is considerable. You can come to this village, which is popular for its molasses, muscadine grapes and vine leaves, by purchasing a flight ticket or bus ticket. Misi Village is especially famous for its colorful houses. It is impossible not to be amazed when you see these houses.

While walking around the streets of this village, which was declared an urban protected area in 1989, you may come across many houses that reveal the architecture of the Ottoman Period. In this article, we will give you information about places to visit in Misi Village. However, before moving on to these details, you would like to give transportation information for those who will come to this village for the first time. If you plan to travel with your private vehicle, you can use the navigation system to get the most up-to-date road information. Travelers who will not come with a private vehicle or who do not have a private vehicle can consider the bus option. The first point that those who will come by bus should reach is Bursa Bus Terminal. You can choose among the companies that provide bus services to this bus terminal and buy a bus ticket. After arriving at the bus station, you can first take the city center and then other public transportation vehicles or take advantage of the taxi service.

For travelers considering air transportation, the first point they should arrive at is Bursa Airport. You can search for companies operating flights to this airport and choose among them to buy a flight ticket. After landing at the airport, you can take the buses to Misi Village. Places to visit in Misi Village include Misi Streets, Misi Silk House, Misi Children's Library, Misi Ethnography House, Mysia Photography Museum and Misi Tea Garden. You can consider these places when creating your travel route. Additionally, if you are hungry when you come to Misi Village, you can visit the breakfast places and taste delicious breakfast products before starting the sightseeing activity. Then, with your stomach full, you can start visiting the tourist spots on your travel list.

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Misi Streets

Misi Streets are at the top of our list of places to visit in Misi Village. As you wander these streets, you will come across beautiful houses.

There are many wooden houses on the streets of Misi Village. All of these houses display colorful images. These wooden houses, which will make you feel like you are passing through a rainbow, fascinate the travelers with their appearance. You can visit these historical houses in a nostalgic atmosphere and take colorful landscape-oriented photographs. Since all of these houses have cultural value, they are also of great importance in terms of tourism.

Misi Silk House

Another touristic place that you can see by purchasing a Misi Village bus ticket or flight ticket is the Misi Silk House.

One of the most striking activities in Misi Village is sericulture. In this silk house, there are many women who work to develop sericulture activities. Here, various souvenirs are also made from silk based on the patterns found in the chests inherited from our grandmothers. When you visit this silk house, you can buy these souvenirs for your loved ones.

Misi Children's Library

Misi Children's Library, built by Nilüfer Municipality, is among the places you should definitely see closely when you come to the village.

Although the word "child" is mentioned in the name of the library, it has rich content for adults as well. There are various options for children here, from children's books to puzzles, from fun brain games to many different activities. There is a study room for adults.

This library, which is one of the places you can visit with your family and children, is open to visitors between 09.00 in the morning and 18.00 in the evening on weekdays. On Saturdays and Sundays, you can come and have a pleasant time between 10.00 in the morning and 18.00 in the evening.

Misi Ethnography House

The next stop on our list of places to visit in Misi Village is the Misi Ethnography House, opened to visitors by Şinasi Çelikkol, known as the Karagöz artist.

One of the main reasons for opening this house is to keep Bursa culture alive. When you visit this ethnography house, you can come across various local clothes, weaving looms and hand embroidery that reflect the culture of Bursa. This house also has a small There is also a Karagöz curtain. In this Karagöz screen, souvenirs prepared in the village environment are presented to the visitors. You can visit this ethnography house and go on a cultural sightseeing tour with the Misi Village bus ticket.

Mysia Photography Museum

While you are in Misi Village, we definitely recommend you to visit the Mysia Photography Museum, where remarkable photographs telling the history of our city of Bursa are exhibited.

You can have a pleasant day in this photography museum prepared by the leading names in the field of Turkish photography. You can visit this museum, which accepts visitors on all days of the week except Mondays, between 10.00 in the morning and 18.30 in the evening. If you want to breathe the historical atmosphere of Misi Village, we recommend that you make your flight ticket transactions in advance.

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Misi Tea Garden

One of the places you should definitely visit before ending your trip to Misi Village is Misi Tea Garden. This tea garden is especially preferred for breakfast.

During your visit to Misi Village, you can choose this tea garden to start the day with a wonderful breakfast accompanied by the view of Nilüfer Stream. Since it is especially crowded on Saturdays and Sundays, we recommend that you come early or on weekdays if you have the opportunity. 

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