With symbolic links to the dawn landing at Gallipoli, stand in the morning breeze and pay respect to the fallen on ANZAC Day at a dawn vigil. This special three-day trip includes a private bus along the Dardanelles, from Istanbul to the memorial site commemorating the common sacrifice for all of the nations involved. This moving tour will also include visits to other important sites such as Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair, and the war cemeteries, making this visit to Turkey a unique and beautiful experience.
• 3 days
Great for those who have limited time in Canakkale and want to see Troy ancient City and Gallipoli ANZAC Battlefields in one day and continue on to Istanbul.This tour will explore the Gallipoli and Troy region in one day with pick up from Canakkale hotels and return Travel from Canakkale to Troy where you will spend the morning visiting the ancient city till lunch time and enjoy lunch by the Dardanelles and visit ANZAC battlefields including ANZAC cove, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston's Jolly (Turkish and Allied Trenches) and Chunuk-Bair New Zealand Memorial. Tour will continue on to Istanbul after Gallipoli visit
• 16 hours
Troy ancient city and Gallipoli tours are the two most popular touristical destinations of the area but however the guests has been offered with one of these tours, Troy or Gallipoli. By organising this package we firstly plan to take you to Gallipoli where the last big battle of the Dardanelles took place. And then the next day to troy where the first big battle of Dardanelles took place.
• 2 days
Visiting Gallipoli, Military Monument in the National Park, Kabataepe, Trojan Horse.
• 6 hours
Visiting Troy and Archeological Museum
• 4 hours
The 2016 ANZAC Commemorations are a solemn, dignified and respectful occasion to mark the 101st year of the ANZAC landing at the Gallipoli peninsula. This 2 day tour is a great option for those who will already be in Canakkale prior to ANZAC Day. Tour departs from Canakkale at 9pm on April 24, 2016 and spends the night at ANZAC Commemoration site in the open air. Overnight and prior to the dawn service, it is possible that the temperature will drop below freezing with a high wind-chill factor. Rain is also possibility.Visitors should ensure that they stay hydrated and keep warm and dry. Tour concludes on April 25, 2016 after lunch in Eceabat.
• 2 days
This is a great tour for those who have limited time in Canakkale and want to see the ancient city of Troy and Gallipoli ANZAC Battlefields in one day.This tour will explore the Gallipoli and Troy region in one day with pick up from one of Canakkale's hotels. In Troy, you will spend the morning visiting the ancient city until it is time to visit ANZAC battlefields including ANZAC cove, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston's Jolly and Chunuk-Bair New Zealand Memorial. The tour returns to Canakkale in the afternoon.
• 10 hours
The city with spectacular views of the Temple of Athena.The ancient city of Assos was founded in the 6th century BC. Assos was home of a philosophy school by living a time of Aristotle. The highest point in the city's name to the temple of Athena, is the daughter of Zeus and one of the 12 gods of Olympos. The Temple of Athena which the first and only Doric temple built in Anatolia, also attracts attention with its outstanding views.Assos is also the period of the ancient Roman theater, the agora, the necropolis (cemetery) and the walls can be seen.
• 9 hours
Smintheion the sanctuary is one of the most important cult centers of Troas in ancient times.Late Hellenistic period in Anatolia, which is one of the most important sacred area of the Sanctuary of Apollo Smintheus (Smintheion) Remains of a prehistoric settlement dating to around 5000 BC have been identified.Smintheus Temple of Apollo, is located in the north west of Gulpinar formerly known as the Kulahli.Apollonia Smintheus Temple also mentioned at Homer's epic The Iliad about its relief from the Hellenistic time and architectural design The temples made in Ion style in 150 BC , Today is the only example in Troas area in the northwestern Anatolia,
• 8 hours
Over 100,000 soldiers died at Gallipoli Peninsula during the disastrous Gallipoli Campaign , including 2,721 Kiwis and 8,790 Aussies. Seen as a coming of age for both countries, travelling to Gallipoli is now a sort of pilgrimage for Kiwi and Aussie citizens alike.Pick up is from Eceabat hotels. Tour starts after lunch at a sea side restaurant and It is conducted by a professional licensed tour guide.
• 6 hours