2 Days Gallipoli Anzac Troy Tour By Bus

2 Days Gallipoli Anzac Troy Tour By Bus


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Gallipoli and Troy


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2 Days Gallipoli Anzac Troy Tour By Bus

If you are familiar with Hector, Ajax, Agamemnon, Paris, Helen of Troy, Dardanelles, Hellespont, Trojan horse, Odysseus in Homer's Iliad, Then you must not miss the legendary city of Troy. Everyone that comes to Turkey must take the time to Travel to Gallipoli. It is famous for Gallipoli War, Dardanelles, and Hellespont joining ANZAC Commemorative Dawn Service. Book our two days tour from Istanbul.

  • 06:00 Pick up from your hotel
  • 07:00 Drive to Gallipoli Peninsula. It will take 5 hrs.
  • Local Lunch Break at the seafront (Eat out and Help out)
  • Gelibolu (Gallipoli) Peninsula Historical National Park
  • The village of Krithia
  • Chunuk Bair with N.Z. Memorial
  • Baby 700
  • Quinn's Post
  • Ariburnu Cliffs
  • Ari Burnu War Cemetery at Anzac Cove
  • Beach Cemetery
  • Shrapnel Valley Cemetery
  • The Anzac Commemorative Site
  • Original Trenches & Tunnels at the second ridge
  • The Turkish 57th Regiment Cemetery
  • The Nek Cemetery
  • Drive to Canakkale
  • Overnight in Canakkale
  • Pick up From Canakkale Hotels
  • Drive to Troja or Troy. It takes about 1. hr
  • Visit The Trojan Wooden Horse
  • The Ten "Cities" of Troy
  • The Pithos Garden
  • Ancient City Troy
  • The East Wall
  • Temple of Athena
  • The Megaron
  • Citadel Wall
  • The Fortification Wall
  • The Residence (Manor House)
  • Schliemann's Trench
  • The Palatial Residence (VI ) - Troy VI
  • The Sanctuary
  • Trojan Horse, Homer, and the Iliad
  • The Lower City
  • Water Cave of Troy
  • The Bath
  • Tuz Golu (Salt Lake)
  • The Odeion and The Bouleuterion
  • The South Gate
  • Local Lunch Break at the seafront (Eat out and Help out)

17:00 Depart from Canakkale to Istanbul
22:00 Arrive in Istanbul. Drop off at your hotel

Gallipoli is an increasingly popular destination for Turks and foreigners, who come to pay homage to the memorials and celebrate the bravery, stoicism, and camaraderie of the soldiers who fought and died here. For Turks, Australians, and New Zealanders, none of those battlefields are as sacred as the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, where 130,000 men died during a bloody battle fought between April 1915 and January 1916.

06:00 Pick up from your hotel.
07:00 Drive to Gallipoli Peninsula. It will take 5 hrs.

You will be able to appreciate the natural beauty of the peninsula while at the same time knowing its sanctity and solemnity of incredible knowledge of the Turkish and Anzac conflict, mostly sticking to the facts of the campaign. You will visit all of the important sites related to Australians, New Zealanders, and the Turkish Cemetary. During your Gallipoli tour, you will visit the Gallipoli peninsula and Gallipoli battlefields in one day.

A Gallipoli is a pilgrimage place for the Turks, Australians, and New Zealanders; the Gallipoli peninsula is in northwest Turkey and is home to 20 Turkish cemeteries, at least 40 Allied war cemeteries, and several memorials.

The Gallipoli campaign, also known as the Dardanelles campaign, was the Battle of Gallipoli. Visit Gallipoli Peninsula and Gallipoli battlefields, such as Brighton Beach; Allied and Turkish trenches at Johnston's Jolly, Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair, Shrapnel Valley, Anzac Cove, North Beach, The Nek, and The Helles Memorial.

The bloody battles fought in 1915 remain in Turkish and foreign memories and hold essential places in the Turkish, Australian, and New Zealand national narratives. Today, the Gallipoli Peninsula battlefields are protected landscapes covered in pine forests and fringed by idyllic beaches and coves. After the Gallipoli tour, you will transfer to the Canakkale overnight…

After breakfast, we will drive to the Legendary City or The famous Helen of Troy. Suppose you are familiar with Hector, Ajax, Agamemnon, Paris, Helen of Troy, Dardanelles, Hellespont, the Trojan horse, and Odysseus in Homer's Iliad. In that case, you must visit the legendary city of Troy. History comes alive here, and you can imagine the glory of the earlier days. The town of Ancient Troy, Turkey, was built at a strategic point on the Dardanelle Straits, which connects the Aegean Sea with the Black Sea.

Troy forms a basis for Homer's Iliad, written 500 years after the Trojan War. Ancient Troy holds a unique position in history, literature, and archaeology. Ancient Greek and Latin Authors have written about old Troy or Troja in Turkish and its location for centuries. However, the area of ancient Troy was relatively recently identified. The site of the ancient ruins of Troy became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1998. Even better if you've just seen the Brad Pitt movie.

On this tour, you will find all your answers. After Troy sightseeing, we will drive to Canakkale to see the Wooden Horse. Hollywood's gift horse that brings hordes back to Troy, Tourists descend on the sleepy Turkish town of Canakkale at all hours to gawp at the Hollywood star- a 12-tonne fiber-glass horse, held together with bolts, ropes, and nails, which dominates the seafront. It was a gift from Warner Brothers. After the lunch break, you have free time in Canakkale city center.

17:00 Depart from Canakkale to Istanbul
22:00 Arrive in Istanbul. Drop off at your hotel
20:30 Arrive in Istanbul. Transfer back to your hotel in Istanbul.

What's Includes

  • 1 Night 3-4*+ Hotel Accommodation (Ilayda Hotel or Similar Hotels)
  • 2 Local Lunch
  • 1 Breakfast
  • English Speaking Guide
  • All Entrance Fees
  • A/C Vehicle
  • Taxe
  • Parking Fees

What's Excluded

  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips to Guide and Driver
  • Dinner and Drinks

PS: If you wish, you can do an Extention, or you may request bus tickets or transfer service to Pamukkale, Cesme, Izmir, Kusadasi, Gocek, Fethiye, or Istanbul.

*Gallipoli and Troy 2 days Package Turkey Tour runs daily and is available all year round.
*Also, documents with details and confirmations will be e-mailed after booking.

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