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Tour start from 9 am till 10 pm
Yalova Thermal Entrance
All Other places there
Yalova Thermal Baths History : Since 2000 years it have become place for who is looking for healthy. 4000 years ago a team was formed as a result of natural events. Thermal water usuful in diseases such as eczema, stomach ache, eye, rheumatic disease
Karaca Arboretum Botanic Park; It is located along the Yalova - Thermal main road, about 5 km from the city centre in the Samanli village, Established in 1980 by Hayrettin Karaca, the founder of the TEMA Fund. It contains rock gardens, plant gardens, iris gardens, rose gardens, miniature plants, bonsai plants cultivated in Turkey and other such collections of specimens. Besides plant specimens from Asia, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand and mainly Turkey.
Yalova is a city located in northwestern Turkey, near the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara. Yalova has a number of tourist attractions, such as the "Yalova Atatürk Mansion" used by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the modern Turkey, during his visits to the city. The city is famous for its hot springs in Termal district, which gets its name from the Greek word, which means "warm". Another attraction is the Karaca Arboretum on the way to Termal.
Sudusen Waterfall : The uniquely beautiful waterfall and natural surroundings are 8 km away from the Üvezpınar village. The route leading to the waterfall is a perfect track for trekking and is a widely popular choice with both foreign and local tourists during the summer. Along this route there are unrivalled views of a dam lake, sea and natural surrounds which are perfect for photo-safaris, nature rambles and picnics.
Yalova is a small city and for the most part very walkable. In the warm months, Gazi Paşa Caddesi is very popular for strolling with tourists and locals alike. To get to Gazi Paşa Cad. from the İDO terminal, go straight along Yali Cad. towards town, and cross directly over the large intersection at Heykel.Like most small Turkish cities, Yalova has a mini-bus system. Yalova's dolmuşes are light blue or hot pink and run from the most important sites in the city, primarily along Atatürk Caddesi and Fatih Caddesi. Noteworthy stops include: Yalova Yeni Terminal (bus station/otogar), İDO (ferry terminal), Heykel (merkez/city center), and Termal. Stops can be requested at any time directly from the driver.