Gallipoli Tour From Istanbul – Day Trip

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Gallipoli Day Tour

Gallipoli is one of the most visited touristic places in Turkey. Every 24 April, people come here and visit the graveyards. With our Gallipoli tours, you will be able to know what happened in Gallipoli. There are so many destinies had been made. You will visit the most important sights and our tour guide will give you information about these places.

Gallipoli tour from Istanbul is available for all year round.

Highlights
  • ANZAC Cove, Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetery, Kabatepe, Ariburnu Cemetery, ANZAC Commemorative Site, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston’s Jolly, Courtney’s & Steele’s Post Cemetery, Quinn’s Post, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial, Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Memorial, Sergeant Mehmet Turkish Memorial, The Nek, Walker’s Ridge Cemetery, Baby 700, Respect to Mehmetcik Memorial, Battleship Hill & Location of Mustafa Kemal’s Headquarters
Tour Itinerary

06:00 am – Our staff will come to your hotel. You will be transferred to the metting point of the Gallipoli tour.

07:30 am – You will meet with our tour guide. He will give you information about the Gallipoli day tour. After that, we will drive to the Gallipoli.

08:30 am – We will take a breakfast break.

11:45 am – We will arrive in Eceabat. You can have breakfast at a local restaurant.

12:45 am – We will go to the Gallipoli area. When we arrive in Gallipoli, your tour will be started.

Our first destination in Gallipoli will be the Anzac Cove. At down on 25 April 1915 soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand forces landed at Gallipoli on North Beach and Anzac Cove to the south of the nearby headland, Ari Burnu. After the Anzac Cove, we will go and see these sights: Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetary, Kabatepe, Ariburnu Cemetery, ANZAC Commemorative Site. Our tour guide will give you information about these sights. And we will go to our next destination.

Our next stop will be the Lone Pine. Memorial named after the solitary pine tree that grew here in the southern part of Plateau 400. After the Lone Pine, we will go to the Johnston’s Jolly. Named after Colonel George Johnston who had field guns placed here to ‘jolly-up’ the enemy. The site includes original tunnels and trenches. Our Gallipoli tour will continue with the visiting to the Nek. Made after the armistice and nearly all the dead were unidentified, although the majority of them would be ANZAC’s.

Our first destination will be the Chunk Bair. the cemetery and New Zealand Memorial take their name from the southern summit of the Sari Bair, the ridge which dominates the center of the Peninsula. It was the main objective in the battle of Sari Bair from 6 t o10 August in a combined New Zealand, British and Gurkha assault.
When the Gallipoli day trip ends, you will be transferred to the Istanbul. After the arrival to Istanbul, you will be transferred to your hotels at 22:00.

Gallipoli tour from Istanbul can be combined with Troy day tour from Istanbul.

Inclusion & Exclusion

Professional English speaking guide.
Transportation with A/C.
Flight Tickets
All transportation fees & tickets
Lunch (Drinks are extra)

Departure Time: 06:00 am
Returning Time: 22:00 pm

Brief Info About the Sights

Gallipoli

Gallipoli is located in Canakkale City. Gallipoli means beautiful city. This county is famous for the Gallipoli Campaign. In 1915, west countries came to the Canakkale Strait. They were trying to reach the capital of Ottoman Empire. Most of them were ANZAC soldiers. There were so many destinies had been made in Gallipoli. Every 24 April, so many tourists come to Gallipoli and they memorialize ancestors.

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