Gallipoli Anzac Tour Option 1

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ORION TOUR has designed this tour to provide you sightseeing similar to our luxury tours with money saving rates. The tour is based on 4-star hotels to allow you to get the same taste of sightseeing with affordable value.

Your guide will meet you at the airport and you will be transferred to the ‘Old City’ where we will visit the Hippodrome, the Blue Mosque, famous for its delicate blue ceramic tiles and Saint Sophia. This church – turned mosque – turned museum takes the breath away with the sheer architectural size of its interior and magnificent dome and next we will visit the spectacular Topkapi Palace. Built on one of the seven hills of Istanbul, this huge complex commands views of the Sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. It was the seat of government for the Ottoman Empire for many centuries (1453-1852) and we will see the extravagant Treasury, the priceless Chinese porcelain. Dinner and overnight at hotel. (B, L)

 

Early departure for the Gallipoli Peninsula where you will visit the war museum which houses an array of memorabilia of the tragic events which took place in 1915. Letters written by soldiers and their clothing, along with rifles, ammunition and old photographs are a few of the saddening historical reflections to be recalled. Continue in the afternoon with sufficient time to reflect at Anzac Coveand the Beach Cemetery, home to one of Australia ‘s most legendary soldiers, John Simpson, as well as Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair, original trenches, the Nek, Courtney Steel Post and Queen ‘s Post. We finish the day by crossing the famous Dardanelles by ferry and driving to your hotel in Canakkale. (B,L,D)

 

An inevitable early start before midnight is scheduled in order to serve our purpose of presence and to arrive at Anzac Cove by 3.00 a.m. so that we may secure space for the Anzac Dawn service. At 5.30 a.m. as the sun breaks over the mountains behind you, all of the present witness the international gathering of people who have travelled from faraway lands to help commemorate the tragic events of 25th of April 1915. Following the Anzac Day Dawn Service, you will have your light breakfast. Following this free time, you then travel by coach to the Australian memorial service at Lone Pine Cemetery. Late afternoon you will leave the site with reflections of unforgettable feelings for your hotel in Canakkale. (B,L,D)

 

After breakfast we proceed to Troy. Referred to in Homer’s “Iliad” and “Odyssey”, Troy has in fact nine cities superimposed one upon another. Troy Vl pertains to the famous Trojan War of Homer where the legendary heroes included Agamemnon, Achilles, Ulysses and Nestor on the Greek side and, Priam, Hector and Paris on the Trojan side. We will drive back to Istanbul for dinner and overnight. (B,L,D)

 

Free until departure time. Transfer to the airport for your return flight. (B)

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Tour Includeds

  • Accommodation at listed hotels or equivalent in Twin-bedded rooms.
  • Specified meals in the itineraries as B-breakfast, L-lunch, D-dinner.
  • Service charges,V.A.Tax, professional English speaking guide, baggage handling charges, admission fees as per itinerary.
  • Touring by A/C First Class Coach or Midi-bus or Minibus (Depending on the size of the group).
  • Mineral water will be provided during the tour & meals
  • Hotel availlability is subject to change and status depends at the time of booking
  • Should there be any changes in the tax ratio it will be reflected on rates

Excludeds

  • Personal expenses, domestic air ticket, soft drinks, tea and coffee during meals, tips to guide and driver.
  • Tipping is a common and expected practice; therefore, EUR 4.00 for guide & EUR 2.00 for driver per person per day should be included in your budget. In case of a private tour for less than 5 people, minimum of EUR 20.00 for guide & EUR 10.00 for driver per day should be given. EUR 8.00 for transferman & EUR 8.00 for driver should be given for one way transfer.

1 review for Gallipoli Anzac Tour Option 1

  1. 1 out of 5

    Hi everyone,Anzac day is held on the 25th of April beacsue it commemorates the anniversary of the landing of the tutes at Gallipoli harbour. Anzac day is important beacsue we remember those who died in world war 1 and many other wars. My uncle Patty was shot in action and killed during world war 2. My great grandfather was also wounded during world war 2. When my great grandfather got home he struggled to readjust to normal life and died at the age of 64. ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand army corps. Lest we forget ): From Brigitte

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