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 different scenic views in every season. Offering convenient locations for angling, trekking and camping, Yedigöller will inspire you to take stunning photos of the most beautiful colors of the region.
Abant, among the most precious natural wonders in the province, is perhaps one of the most romantic corners of Turkey. Blessed with a magnificent nature Abant is an ideal spot for outdoor sports such as paragliding.
Kartalkaya which is one of Turkeys leading winter sports centers is located in Bolu too. Kartalkaya is the mecca of adrenaline enthusiasts who prefer advanced facilities with a wide choice of ski slopes and oxygen-laden nature.
Offering a variety of plateaus in high altitude Bolu will restore your peace of mind with its lush nature. Moreover, a wide range of hot springs are waiting for visitors in this province blessed with natural resources of therapeutic value.
Well known for its contributions to the Ottoman and Turkish cuisines and its talented chefs, Bolu is the ideal holiday destination for gourmets. Visitors in Bolu should not miss the chance to taste the delicious local dishes, pine honey, cream and butter and sweets such as hazelnut candies and the special chocolates of Bolu. The pine-scented cologne of Bolu that will delight you with its exquisite scent is another specialty of the region.
Moreover, the historical Turkish houses in the districts of Mudurnu and Göynük and the Seban Rock homes will take their visitors on a time travel to the past and acquaint them with the traditional daily life of the region.
Vacationers interested in the precious natural sites of Bolu should not miss the opportunity to visit the area and book their holiday in advance.