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DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI FROM ISTANBUL - TTA 2

 
Heroic land beautiful landscape and quiet atmosphere of the site which hides its horrific past. Important moment to give national feelings both Turkish and ANZAC side. One day trip to great history of First World War.
 
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  • Full-day from 07.00 to 22.00 tour of Gallipoli including lunch
  • Visit Anzac Cove, side of the WWI battle between Turkish and the Allies
  • Commemorate the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC)
  • War cemeteries like Lone Pine, Johnston's Jolly, The Neck, and trenches
  • Chunuk Bair and New Zealander War Memorial
  • War Memorial Museum
Operated All Year Around

Price is Depends The Season
and Number of The People

           Per Person
 
 
 

You will pick up from your hotel, ship to port or any other place agreed upon in early morning around 7.00 am and drive you out of the city with the air conditioned, non smoking van or minibus. Will pass city of Tekirdag in agricultural areas with mixture of sunfolvers fields and vineyards. After four hours driving (320 km) will arrive Gallipoli battle-field. Five hours tour to visit different side of war memorial areas. You will get further informations about war from both side, listen the stories and legends. And about 5.00 pm we will leave the side to go back to Istanbul. Around 9.00 pm we will drop you to your hotel and complete the service.

List of the places you will visit

- Avustralian and New Zealander War Memorials
- Anzac Cove ceramonial area and actual cove
- Lone Pine, Johnston's Jolly, The Neck, Chunuk Bair and
trenches
- Turkish War Memorials
- Chunuk Bair and New Zealanders War Memorials
- War Memorial Museum

 Gallipoli is a peninsula locality in north-western Turkey, north bank of the Dardanel Strait. The Peninsula is the site of extensive First World War battlefields and memorials on the north bank of the Dardanelles Strait. After failure of naval attract in 18th march 1915 Allied (British Empire, France) was planned the Gallipoli Campaign which become so costly for both side Allied Turkish. From 25th april to 5th December 1915 casualties and losses amount to 220,000 with a 59% casualty rate for the Allied forces, and 253,000 with a 60% casualty rate for the Turkish forces.

Anzac Cove
is particularly significant for Australians and New Zealanders, whose armies received their baptism in fire on the cliffs there, and carved a fine military reputation under extreme adversity and enourmous loss of life; and this military disaster marked the beginning of a separate Australian and New Zealand nationhood. The 1915 landings and battles are commemorated by Australians and New Zealanders on ANZAC Day, 25 April, every year. At this time especially, Gallipoli becomes a place of pilgrimage for many Aussies and Kiwis who want to honour the memory of their forbears.

 

Includes;
- All entrances
- Picked up and drop off from your hotel and ground transportations
- English speaking professional tourist guide
- Lunch
Exludes:
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Drinks at lunch

 
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
DAY TRIP TO GALLIPOLI and TROY FROM ISTANBUL
 

*This is a group tour with average 15 persons but if requested at cost can be provided as a private tour
*Free for ages of 0 - 2
*%30 discount for children below the age of 7 years old

 
 
 
 
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