Bursa (Mudanya) ferry port in Turkey connects you with Istanbul (Kabatas) in Turkey with a choice of up to 8 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Bursa to Istanbul crossing is from 1 hour 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by BUDO.
Located on the north western coast of Turkey is the Bursa region town of Mudanya, a small settlement built upon gradually rising hills that look over the glittering Gulf of Gemlik inlet of the Sea of Marmara. It’s an area with a rich history of seafaring epitomised by the many piers that line the shore. Once busy with ships ferrying silk across to Istanbul on the opposite coast, now the piers are largely home to smaller fishing and passenger vessels that help bolster the Mudanya's economy.
It's a district with a distinctive Ottoman identity that stems from the Turkish architecture that blossomed in Bursa during the 14th century. It's a unique style defined by multi-tiered and often colourful buildings, a number of which can still be found between the town's twist of coastal streets.
The Bursa ferry terminal is found on the most easterly pier, close to the outskirts of the town-centre. It’s a port easily reached from the city via the D575 motorway, a route that is serviced by inter-city buses that runs directly from the port in Mudanya to the nearby centre of Bursa. Facilities at the terminal include an indoor waiting area and a small café that overlooks the waters of the bay.
Currently only one passenger route leaves from the port. A BUDO line service makes the short northwards journey across the Sea of Marmara a number of times throughout the day, taking foot passengers to the vibrant city of Istanbul on the opposite shore.
Bursa Feribot Iskelesi Gisesi, Mudanya, 16940 Bursa
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