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Daily tour to Gallipoli from Istanbul
Daily tour to Gallipoli – Gallipoli is a peninsula situated by Dardanelles strait which host many ANZAC soldiers who fought with Turkish forces friendly during First World War. After this battle Ataturk would like them to sleep in peace in our country by reserving memorials on their honor.
Your guide picks you up from your hotel in Istanbul around 06:30-07:00am and on our way to Gallipoli , we stop by to have a breakfast, after driving 5 hours you will arrive to Gallipoli. Then you will start your visit different memorials of Dardanelles,Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetery, ANZAC Cove, Ariburnu Cemetery, ANZAC Commemorative Site, Respect to Mehmetcik Statue, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnstons Jolly (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels), Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Cemetery, The Nek, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial.
You will have your lunch in a local restaurant.
End of the day drive back to Istanbul and on arrival before midnight you will be transferred back to your hotel.
End of our service.
If you would like to extend your stay with us, we will be happy to organize other beautiful destinations for you. If you interest Gallipoli and Troy tour please check.
Gallipoli can be very cold and snowy in winters, so provide yourself winter clothes.
Springs and autumns are rainy, do not forget your umbrella or raincoat!
Summers are humid and hot, put enough sun cream and bring your hat.
Always for the tours in Turkey wear comfortable shoes.
Dear guests who are travelling with us, we would like to inform that we do not take any responsibility in case of lost and forgetting of any valuable belongings in buses, any kind of transfer vehicles, at airports or bus stations. Please keep your belongings with you.
75 EURO per person with mid size group tour (15 to 25 people)
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0-4 ages (75% off)
4-8 ages (50% off)
8-18 ages (No discount)
-Istanbul – Gallipoli – Istanbul transfer
-Daily tours with entrance fees, Guide and Lunch
-Dinner and drinks