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Bursa became the first capital of the Ottoman Empire in 1335 and one of the most important cities of Turkey because of its history, culture, rich cuisine, thermal hot springs and natural beauty. Nestled in the Uludağ mountain near Bursa is Turkey's most popular skiing resort.

The newly launched Bof Uludağ Ski & Convention Hotel is the world’s biggest alcohol-free ski hotel and alcohol-free ski resort. It offers halal food and a range of facilities for all the family. The wellness & spa centre is the ideal place to relax after a hard day’s skiing. The resort’s spa centre offers dedicated women-only and men-only areas (sauna, hammam, steam room, spa, hot tub/jacuzzi).
 
Make your winter experience different with a halal-friendly stay in Uludağ, just a short ferry ride from Istanbul, and accessible with the world’s longest lift Bursa Ropeway (Teleferik) which offers magnificent natural views of Bursa.
 
The best times for skiing in Uludağ is between 20th December and 30th March. Skiing is at 1,750-2,543 meters and Uludağ Ski Centre gets about 3 meters of snow under normal winter conditions displaying powdery snow at the beginning and dewy snow towards the end of winter.
 
The halal-friendly ski resort Bof Uludağ Ski & Convention Hotel has direct access to 18 individual ski-runs, served by 7 ski lifts, and skiing back to the resort is usually possible.
 
Start at the top of the hill for the ultimate downhill slide and experience the formidable feeling of hearing the prayer call echoing across the snow.
 
Bursa Grand Mosque (Ulu Cami), which is one of the most important monuments to be seen in Bursa, carries traces of Seljuk carving art and is a landmark of early Ottoman architecture built in 1399.
 
Book now Bof Uludağ Ski & Convention Hotel for your next halal-friendly ski adventure.

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