Former Mudanya Train Station was built back in 1849 by the French as customs warehouse. As a part of Ottoman project of Asian Railways aiming a main line between Istanbul and Baghdad, a line between Bursa and Mudanya was to be established. The building then was converted to a train station. The rail line was operationalized in its second attempt, though. The railway not being connected to other lines and the journey taking too long (because of somehow constructed on slopes) led to the fall of the train line. In the late 1980s, the building was restored and transformed into Montania Hotel. The hotel’s Wagon Cafe is pretty nostalgic. You can ask to visit around or opt for a coffee or a stay.