Bolu, a city in our country’s western Black Sea region, is a major transit station on the Ankara-Istanbul highway and is easily accessible. With a population of 311,810 people, the forestry, industry, and agriculture sectors are the most common sources of income. Let’s have a look at the best things to do in Bolu Turkey.
Sunnet Lake Nature Park
Sunnet Lake Nature Park is a great place to take a picnic. In the middle of the lake, there is an artificial island with ducks, geese, a children’s playground, and a facility that was built by the blockage caused by the earthquake in a deep valley. So much so that adorable creatures like bunnies walking around the play area create a happy atmosphere. You can take a picnic and a walk around the lake’s flora, or you can eat at the lake’s trout facilities.
Bolu Museum is a good place to start your journey. The Museum Office was created in 1975 in the Bolu Museum, which is located in the city centre of Bolu Turkey, to display the assets collected from the district and its surrounds. The Museum Office, which had been operating out of the Fine Arts Gallery for a while, was relocated to the Bolu Cultural Site building, which was built in 1976 on the Firka Hill area and is still operational today. It was opened a year later to display the collection of works it holds.
Historic Mudurnu Houses
The Historic Mudurnu Houses can be visited. Mudurnu Historical Ahi City is the name of the district, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014. Visit Armutçular Mansion and Keyvanlar Mansion in particular! It contains the greatest number of specimens of old civil architecture.
Aladağ Göksu Nature Park
In Alada Göksu Nature Park, you can camp. Alada Göksu Nature Park, one of the most popular camping areas in the city, is a must-see for nature lovers. The park, which is open to the public throughout the year, attracts a large number of people, particularly from Ankara, and is easily accessible.
Pool in Akkaya Travertines
In Akkaya Travertines, you may relax in the pool. If you visit Bolu Turkey, one of the things you must do is visit the Akkaya Travertines, which are similar to the Pamukkale Travertines. Akkaya, which has a white appearance and may be consumed with soda water from its spring, is a popular drink among visitors. Travertines, which have a temperature of over 20 degrees, get their look from the lime that remains when the carbon gas from the rich subsurface water is vented.