Gallipoli Day Tour From Canakkale and Eceabat
Gallipoli’s one of the most famous Battlefields in the history of Second World War. Our Gallipoli tour is one of our everyday tours. It means you can join Gallipoli whenever you want. At 12:00 p.m. We will pick you up from your hotel. About 12:30 we will take you to Canakkale for lunch in a special restaurant. At 13:00 p.m. We will depart from Çanakkale for our fully guided Gallipoli tour. As an experienced travel agency, we are sure that you will enjoy your Gallipoli tour. Take the advantage of Gallipoli day tour from Çanakkale with our English speaking guides.
And also we have Gallipoli tour from Istanbul.
Sights you will see in Gallipoli tour
We will visit some historically important places such as Beach Cemetery, Adam Brunner Cemetery, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Original Trenches & Tunnels at the second ridge, the Turkish 57th Regiment Cemetery, the Nek Cemetery and the Chunuk Bair with NZ Memorial.
The Details of Gallipoli Day Tour from Canakkale or Eceabat
First, you will be picked up from your hotel by our specialized tour staff and you will be transferred to the airport when the guidance of our experienced English speaking tourist guide. You will have lunch in Canakkale and after you have your lunch, you will depart from Canakkale for your Gallipoli Day Tour.
Our first action on this cruise will be visiting Bricktown Beach. Bricktown Beach is the place that John st.patrick is buried. On the way of our tour, we will talk about Gallipoli and Turkey. Once we arrived at Breckenridge you will be in four months about the history of with every detail that you want to know. With this briefing, you will learn everything you wonder about the Gallipoli campaign.
Important Spots of the Gallipoli Tour
We have a lot of important sights in Gallipoli tour. But we want to describe two important sights that you will visit in the tour. If you want to take more information about all spots, please visit Gallipoli.gov.au about Gallipoli areas.
Beach Cemetery is the first landing place of ANZAC’s. It was used as the cemetery of allied troops from the landing day to the day of the evacuation of Anzac soldiers. In this cemetery, there are 391 soldiers of allied troops that died in the First World War in Gallipoli. Most of the graves are belongs to Australian Imperial Force. One of this soldier is John Simpson Kirkpatrick, who is a famous soldier of Gallipoli War. Beach Cemetery includes also 21 troops from New Zealand army, and 49 from the United Kingdom and there are also 21 graves whose occupants are not known.
Anzak Koyu (in Turkish) is a little cove on the Gallipoli, Canakkale. It is the first place that ANZAC soldiers landed on 25 April 1915. So it has a significant importance for allied countries that participated in Gallipoli War.
Pick up and drop off at your Hotel
Transportation by air-conditioned non-smoking tour coaches
Professional Guide licensed by the Ministry of Tourism
Lunch at local restaurant (drinks extra)
All entrance fees to the archaeological sites in the tour programme
Parking and Road tolls
Tips to Driver and Guide
Drinks at the Lunch
You are kindly requested to present your self at the pickup point 15 minutes prior the pre-advised pick up time.
30% discount for children below the age 7, free for the ages 0-2.
Pre-information about this Gallipoli tour: TEN’s Brett Mason takes us on a tour of the Gallipoli battlefields at ANZAC Cove.