Daily Gallipoli Tour from istanbul

Gallipoli and Troy , Turkey

Daily Gallipoli Tour from istanbul

Duration :   16 Hours
The Price :   85,00
Max People :    18
Start Location:   From Your hotel in Istanbul

Daily Gallipoli tour from istanbul is departing every day. We pick up you from your hotel in istanbul, after the Gallipoli tour we will drop you back to your Hotel in Istanbul. You will wisit Gallipoli with a regional toursit guide of Gallipoli. Our guide has special eye for Gallipoli and you will get all answers for your questions. You can also hire a minibus with driver for your family with us

Daily Gallipoli Tour from istanbul Covers

Roundtrip transportation To Gallipoli  with a/c no smoking minibus, Professional Tourist guide, Lunch at restaurant, and all entrance fees.

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Long But Enjoyable Trip to Gallipoli from Istanbul

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June 21, 2023

Me and my wife, we had a good experience on our day tour of Gallipoli. One that we truly will remember during the our life. Thank you very much Hussain for making our time at Gallipoli such a memorable, educational, and respectful experience.


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Places You’ll See :

Gallipoli is a peninsula located in northwestern Turkey, near the Dardanelles Strait. It is known for its historical significance, particularly as the site of the Gallipoli Campaign during World War I. Here are some key points about Gallipoli:

Gallipol Peninsula

World War I and the Gallipoli Campaign: The Gallipoli Campaign took place between 1915 and 1916 during World War I. It was a major military campaign fought between the Allied forces, primarily composed of Australian, New Zealand, British, and French troops, and the Ottoman Empire. The aim of the campaign was to secure control of the Dardanelles Strait and establish a supply route to Russia. However, the campaign resulted in heavy casualties and ended in failure for the Allies. Historical Battlefields and Memorials: The Gallipoli Peninsula is dotted with numerous battlefields, trenches, and war memorials that pay tribute to the soldiers who fought and lost their lives during the Gallipoli Campaign. Some of the significant sites include ANZAC Cove, Lone Pine Cemetery, Chunuk Bair, and the Turkish 57th Infantry Regiment Memorial. These sites offer a somber and reflective atmosphere, allowing visitors to remember and honor the fallen soldiers. ANZAC Day: ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day is commemorated on April 25th each year to honor the soldiers who fought in the Gallipoli Campaign. It has become a significant national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand, marked by dawn services, ceremonies, and pilgrimage to Gallipoli for many Australians and New Zealanders. Historical Importance: The Gallipoli Campaign is considered a pivotal moment in the history of Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey. It played a role in the formation of national identities and the spirit of endurance, courage, and sacrifice. The campaign also had political and strategic implications, leading to the rise of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who later became the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey. Visiting Gallipoli: Gallipoli attracts many visitors, particularly Australians, New Zealanders, and those interested in military history. The Gallipoli Battlefields and Memorials are accessible to the public, and guided tours are available to provide historical context and insights into the events that took place. Visitors can explore the trenches, visit the cemeteries, and pay their respects at the memorials. Gallipoli holds a significant place in the collective memory of Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey. It is a place of remembrance and reflection, where the sacrifices of soldiers are honored and their stories are preserved for future generations.




06:00 AM- 07:00 AM pick up you from Your Hotel in Istanbul ( your pick up time may change according to your hotel location)

Depart for Eceabat by non smoking, A/C  No smoking minibus

11:59 AMArrive in Eceabat Lunch at a local restaurant in Eceabat

13.00 PM Depart for Fully Guided Gallipoli Tour Visiting,

  • Brighton Beach
  • Beach Cemetery
  • ANZAC Cove
  • Ariburnu Cemetery
  • ANZAC Commemorative Site
  • Respect to Mehmetcik Statue
  • Lone Pine Australian Memorial
  • Johnston's Jolly(Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels),
  • Turkish 57th Infantry Regiment Cemetery
  • The Nek
  • Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial

17:30 PM Depart for Istanbul 22:30 PM Arrive in Istanbul and drop back to your hotel OR Overnight local bus to Izmir/ Selcuk / Kusadasi can be arranged with an extra charge  

What's Included

  • Drop of Hotel
  • Entrance fees
  • Local Taxes
  • Lunch
  • Pick up from Hotel
  • Regional Guide
  • Transportation

What's Excluded

  • Drinks at lunch
  • Hotel
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips


Why Book With Us?

  • We are speaking your language
  • 24/7 support helpline during tour and Travel in Turkey
  • Flexible customisable tour and Activity options

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