Truva (Troy) is well- known for being the setting of the Troian War described in the Greek Epic Cycle and especially in the Iliad, one of the two epic poems attributed to Homer. It was a factual and legendary city, located in northwest Anatolia in what is now Turkey. Today is an archeological site and also famous tourist attraction.
To us, it was nice to see that place, however the site didn’t impressed us that much as we expected.

In Truva we spent a night on the camping site:

Troia Pension & Camping & Helen & Paris Cafe Book Store

Uran SAVAS- Professional Tourist Guide


(A really nice owner, great site, good WI-FI, clean bathrooms – definitely recommended)

Uran gave us a really good price for the camping site and also spent with us the whole evening offering us delicious red wine and Raki – Turkish national vodka.

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