Emir (Bey) Han: Directly underneath the Ulu Mosque, it was built in the second half of the 14th century by Orhan Bey. In the middle of the han is a fountain used for ablutions and for some very old sycamore trees.

Eski Yeni (Tahıl) Han: Located on the Cumhuriyet Boulevard, it was built by one of Kanuni's grand viziers, Semiz Alizade.

Geyve (Hacı İvaz-Payigah ) Han:
Located beside the Demirkapı Market, this han was built in the 15th century by Ahi Bayezid's son Hacı İvaz Paşa and given as a gift to Çelebi Mehmet. It was built to provide income for the Green (Yeşil) Mosque.

İpek (Silk) Han (Arabacılar): Next to the İvaz Paşa Mosque, it was built by Çelebi Mehmet as a source of income for the Yeşil Complex. It is the biggest han in Bursa. What started out as the congregating place of the silk tradesmen eventually became the gathering place of the carriage drivers.

Koza Han: Situated between the Ulu Mosque and the Orhan Mosque, this han was built in 1490 by Bayezid II as a source of income for charities in Istanbul. It is the most beautiful han in Bursa and the most frequented. In the middle of the court, there is a small mosque made of stone set on 8 pillars with a fountain for ritual cleansing underneath.

Pirinç Han: Sultan Bayezid II built it in 1508 as a means of providing income for charity foundations in Istanbul. There is an ancient sycamore tree in the courtyard.