Gallipoli Trip From Istanbul - 1 Day & 1 Night
The duration of this wonderful tour is 1 day & 1 night which is enough to see many interesting places. In this Gallipoli tour, we will visit many historical and touristic places. This tour is an everyday available tour, so you can join us whenever you want to enjoy this amazing tour.
With the Gallipoli trip, we will see many places and symbols of Gallipoli War such as Anzac Cove, Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair, The Nek, Ari Burnu. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to visit all these places under the guidance of our fully English speaking guides with sectors’ most affordable prices. And also we can give you an another guide who can speak other languages such as Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, German, Dutch, Swedish and so more…
Gallipoli Tour Details
You will have fully guided Gallipoli tour. Our well-trained, professional tour guide will give information about sights that you will visit. You can ask him/her what you want.
Day 1 on the Gallipoli Tour
You will be picked up from your hotel by our experienced transfer department staffs around 6:30 am. We will use Tekirdag and Kesan directions to drive Gallipoli peninsula. You will have a delicious breakfast before you arrive at Eceabat. After we arrive at Eceabat, we will go on by driving to Anzac cove.
Destinations on the Gallipoli Tour
End of the first day on Gallipoli guided tour. We will transfer you to your hotels after visiting the sights.
Day 2 on the Gallipoli Tour
You will have a breakfast at the hotel in the morning. After the breakfast, we will transfer you to your hotels or central places in Istanbul. With the transportation, Gallipoli tour will be ended. See you soon with the other tours!
Breakfast at the hotel
Gallipoli Tour with lunch
Light Breakfast on the way to Gallipoli
All entrance fees
Transportation by air-conditioned non-smoking tour coaches
Professional Tour Guiding
Parking fees and Road tolls
Meals as mentioned in program
Drinks at the lunches
There is an available discount for children between 2-7 ages.
It is free to join children between 0-2 ages.
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Gallipoli Tour Highlights
Gallipoli was an important place for allied forces. To build a bridge between Russia and to weaken the leader of central powers (Germany), which was one of the strongest players of World War I, taking the control of Dardanelles and the key of winning this war was occupying of Gallipoli. Capturing the hills of both sided of narrows was crucial for breaking the residence of Turkish troops and getting control of Dardanelles. So, we will start our tour from narrows of Dardanelles. There, our tour guide will give you a detailed information about the aim of allied troops and the importance of capturing narrows in details. Next, we will see landing beaches. Our 1 day and 1 night Gallipoli tour which starts from Istanbul will by your arriving at Events Canakkale. This Gallipoli tour is available every day so you can contact us whenever you want to join this tour.
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Why You Should Take This Tour
By participating in this Gallipoli tour, you will not just learn about a touristic place, which has marvelous sight to see, but also you will visit many places that have historical importance for many nations. You will see the place that many ANZAC, British and French troops died. You will see the severe of this cruel War, you will feel what those soldiers felt. You will touch our recent history while visiting many amazing attractions.
You can take information about the Gallipoli Campaign here.
This documentary explores the planning, operation and ultimate failure of the attempt at the Dardanelles to force Turkey out of the Great War. It also explores the lessons learned and how they were applied to the D-Day landings in 1944. Uploaded for educational purposes only. This collection is not monetised and any advertising that appears is beyond my control.
Dan Snow visits Gallipoli to mark 100 years since the start of the Gallipoli Campaign on April 25th, 1915.