Gallipoli Tour Day Trip from Istanbul
Amongst the most notable engagements during the Great War I, the campaign in the Gallipoli shines due to its unconventionality. The Gallipoli campaign remains in history as a symbol of valiant warfare and respect between nations.
Explore Gallipoli while learning about the history and impact of the World War I there.
Istanbul E-pass includes discounted Gallipoli Day Trip from Istanbul with English speaking professional guide. So pay €50 instead of €89. Discounted Gallipoli Day Trip can be used out of pass valid days.
This beach was the prime location for the Allied troops (ANZAC troops mostly) during the Battle of Gallipoli. Troops were coming here to spend their free time mostly for swimming.
ANZAC Cove is where Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) troops landed at dawn on the 25th of April, 1915.
Ari Burnu Cemetery is located at the North end of ANZAC Cove. Over 250 Commonwealth servicemen are now buried or memorialized here.
Lone Pine Australian Memorial
There are over 30 cemeteries dotted around the Gallipoli as enduring tributes to the fallen. But, for Australians, this cemetery at Lone Pine holds particular significance. Named for the solitary tree which stood between opposing trenches, the small patch of the land saw some of the rawest close-quarter fightings of the campaign.
Despite being small and quick engagements, the Battle of the Nek on the 7th of August 1915 was one of the most savage battles during the Gallipoli campaign.
The Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial
The monument erected in the Conkbayiri region keeps alive the memory of 850 New Zealand soldiers who died to seize Conkbayiri during the battles of 6-8 August 1915 and whose graves are unknown. This monument is dated 1925 and hosts the 25th of April Anzac Day events.
The Final Word
Istanbul E-pass offers you a discounted day trip to Gallipoli. You will be able to witness the historical aspects of the battles of World War I that happened there. Free pick up and drop off included from centrally located hotels.
Gallipoli Tour Times:
Gallipoli Tour starts at 06:30 until 22:00
Pick up and Meeting Information:
Gallipoli Tour Day Trip from Istanbul includes pick up and drop off service from/to centrally located hotels. The exact pickup time from the hotel will be given during confirmation. The meeting will be at the reception of the hotel.
It is required to make a reservation at least 24 hours in advance.
Lunch is included with the tour, and beverages are served extra.
Participants need to be ready at pickup time in the lobby of the hotel.
Pick up is included only from centrally located hotels.