What To Expect
Featuring the incredible "Fire of Anatolia" dance troupe, it's Turkey's answer to Riverdance. Cue a cast of 120 dancers stepping, stomping and swirling to traditional folk music from the Black Sea to the Balkans. Add dazzling lighting and costumes and you've got yourself a show you'll never forget. "Fire of Anatolia" holds the world record for performing the most dance-steps in one minute - 241 to be precise.
The ancient region of Troas is located along the Northern Aegean coastline, very close to Canakkale and in the shadow of Mount Ida.
What this area is most famous for is being home to the famous city of Troy - whose story was brought to life in Homer's Iliad, but more recently by the astonishing "Fire of Anatolia" dance troupe.
The stage comes alive with the passion of the times. King Agamemnon's battle with Achilles, Helen's love for Paris, Menelaus' duel with Paris and how the Greeks duped the Trojans with the wooden horse: it's an amazing spectacle and not one to be missed!
15:30 - 19:00 Pick up from hotels (time depends on location)
18:30 - 19:30 Dinner stop for Alanya-Kemer guest at one of restaurant around Aspendos river
19:40 Arrival at the Gloria Aspendos Area
21:15 - 23:00 Watch the unique show, "The Fire of Anatolia - Troya"
23:30 - 00:30 Arrival at the hotels
Entrance to the show
Chicken on Skewer
Spiced Mutton Kebab Adana Style
Tips and gratuities
All times are approximate and subject to change.
Children from 0-11 years old must present their ID at the entrance.
Please wear comfortable shoes, and bring extra money. Don't forget your camera!
Film cameras are not allowed during the show.
Excursions are not operated from the Kayseri Area.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.