Fantastic. Had a great guide who made the tour very enjoyable. Lots of knowledge at a comfortable pace.
About Troy (Truva)
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We came here around may 2017. The weather was very nice. And they have ruins from ancient city of troy. But sadly dont expect too much about the ruins because not much to see especially if compared with acropolis, or celsus. But the giant horse...More
This place is a must if you have a passion for history. Not well preserved or reconstructed, but being in such place takes you back to dates where it all begins and helps you to understand more what you've read.
Situated on the boardwalk at Canakkale, at the end of the rows of café’s, the replica of the Trojan horse is fairly big (20 feet high) and well done. The imitation wood cement like material is convincing. A plaque in several languages describes the rescue...More
Such a culture lesson, so educational that I returned a few weeks later to do it again. It can be hot and the ground is uneven so be prepared with water, hat and good shoes.
The ruins of the Ancient Greek city of Troy. The place is amazing. The ruins are fantastic and the Trojan horse "replica" stands tall at the entrance of the site. The only problem was the fact that, for the ticket, they only accept turkish lira...More
A must see site but does require some imagination. The views over the plains to the sea in the distance helps you imagine the ships arriving to do battle. The Trojan horse is a little naff however the replica on the sea front in Canakkale...More
Saw the Troy ruins. The drive to up here was awesome. It was just like the movie. We saw the Aegean Sea on the way. The Horse's tail had been damaged and we could not go up. Overall if you like history its worth a...More
The ruins of Troy were much bigger and impressive than I expected. Of course, there was the big statue of the Trojan Horse that provided photo opportunities, but the real site was the walk around the city ruins. The walk was relatively easy with no...More
There are very few recognisable structures to Troy, aside from the Roman amphitheatre and the ongoing excavation of the communal bath. The rest is evidence of at least 6 different cities built on the site, which is elevated, and commands a great view across the...More