People's Day Discount Starts in Bursa Cable Car

Bursa Uludağ Cable Car Discounted Ticket Campaign Starts
Bursa Uludağ Cable Car Discounted Ticket Campaign Starts

The 'people's day' application is being started in the cable car, which was completely renovated by Bursa Metropolitan Municipality and extended to Uludağ Hotels Region in 2014. Announcing the application that only those residing in Bursa can benefit from, Metropolitan Mayor Alinur Aktaş said that ticket prices will be 50 percent discounted every Friday as part of the People's Day.

The cable car line, which started to work in 1963 as Turkey's first cable car line and served millions of local and foreign tourists as one of the most important symbols of the city for half a century, was renewed by the Metropolitan Municipality from the beginning and extended to the 'Hotels Region' and put into use with its renewed face in 2014. was presented. The cable car, which is one of the longest lines in Turkey with approximately 9 kilometers; It consists of Teferrüç, Kadıyayla, Sarıalan and Hotels Zone stations.

Fridays People's Day

One of the most important points of local and foreign tourists with its modern cabins for 20 people that come every 8 seconds and the unique view it offers during the 30-minute journey from the city center to the summit, a special public day application is started for Bursa residents. Teleferik A.Ş. at Teferrüç Station. Meeting with the Chairman of the Board of Directors, İlker Cumbul, Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Alinur Aktaş shared the public day practice with the public. Stating that citizens residing in Bursa will benefit from the cable car with a 50 percent discount every Friday, except for public holidays and semester breaks, President Aktaş wished the citizens a pleasant journey.

Thanks to the application; The full ticket price, which is still 75 TL, will be 37,5 TL 'within the scope of the campaign on Fridays', and the student ticket price, which is 45 TL, can be purchased for 22,5 TL.

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