Çanakkale is located at the entrance of the Çanakkale Strait (Dardanelles) connecting the Marmara Sea and Aegean Sea. It is the largest province after Istanbul.
You can reach Çanakkale by road and sea.
Çanakkale Aynalı Bazaar
Aynalı Bazaar, which is the subject of folk songs is one of the most remarkable places in Çanakkale. Aynalı Bazaar, built in 1890, was attacked and ruined during Gallipoli Battle. There are countless stories its name of Aynalı (Mirror) Bazaar. There are many shops within the bazaar and it is becoming the most popular destination for locals and foreigners.
Ancient City of Troy
Troy is an ancient city, which has survived from ancient times until today and is thought to be about 5 thousand years old. Since it is an important historical area, it became a National Park in 1996. Scattered stones, ancient walls and the Trojan horse upon arrival welcome you.
Çanakkale Ceramics Museum
Çanakkale is a city famous for its ceramics. This museum, where traditional ceramics are been exhibited, was previously used as a hammam. In the museum there are ceramics made in ancient history and made today. There is a workshop within the museum where you can have training. There are also periodical exhibitions.