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Troy

Troy

An honorable place for the soldiers who lost their lives in Gallipoli, Çanakkale

The city of Çanakkale is located on both sides of the bosphorus connecting the sea of Marmara and Aegean Sea.

This historic city is home to the ancient city of Troy. In addition, one of the bloodiest battlefields of the 1st World War, the Gallipoli battle took place in these lands. This region, which has always been an important center throughout history, continues its glory today.

The Gallipoli Peninsula’s Historical National Park, created as a respect for the 500,000 soldiers died in the Gallipoli battle, will once again show you the brutal face of the first world war.

In this historical park, you can visit the cemeteries, monuments and facades of nations from all over the world who come to fight in Gallipoli.

When you visit Troy, you can explore the traces of the historic Trojan war. This legendary war and its history will impress you. With its magnificent nature, Troy offers a great experience in Aegean cuisine. A variety of meals prepared with cold pressed olive oils obtained from olive trees in the region will offer you a taste that you will never forget.

You will have one of the most important experiences of your life while traveling in this region that has been a place for mythologies for centuries.

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF TROY

–  Historic National Park of the Gallipoli Peninsula

–  Çanakkale Bosphorus

–  Çanakkale Marina

–  Kilitbahir Fortress

–  Çanakkale Archaeological Museum

–  Archaeological Site of Troy

–  Arıburnu Cliffs

–  Kabatepe

–  Gokceada Island

–  Bozcada Island

–  Assos and Temple Of Athena

–  Mount Ida