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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Istanbul Caddesi, Muhasebeci Sokak, No:3, Istanbul 34144, Turkey
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This historical monument is located about 300 kms from Kayseri . It is a war memorial of Allied forces and Turkish war heroes.
Unless you are very much interested in history, you can safely avoid this trip and save a day.
This tour was outstanding! As a Canadian, I knew about the disaster at Gallipoli, but was not really interested and tried unsuccessfully to get out of this Day 1 of a four day tour.
This was the best tour I've ever done - it was...More
The tour was an all day tour from Istanbul, i got picked up at 6.30 from my hotel and we were on the road by 7ish. On the way we stopped for a quick snack and a drink( at our own expense) then when we...More
The drive was loooonng - not helped by the driver when reversing into a petrol station hitting a tyre and obviously damaging it. Several phone calls ensued as we continued on only to pull over after about 10kms on the side of the motorway awaiting...More
Thank you Crowded House & Burak for an awesome day! From pickup to drop off we were looked after. Informative day & learnt so much about the Gallipoli campaign. Got to sing a waiata for the fallen Maori warriors. Lest we forget.
We did the full day Gallipoli tour from Istanbul. It’s a huge day but well worth it! Our tour guide Burak was one of the best we’ve had, he was extremely knowledgeable with a good number of props eg) maps, quotes and photographs. He was...More
It was a 750 kms of return journey from Istanbul to Gallipoli where the combined might of Brits with allied forces tried to enter Turkey through various landing places of Gallipoli to finally capture Istanbul. The battle went on from February 1915 till Dec same...More
My partner and I attended the full day tour from Istanbul. Everything went super smoothly with pick up and drop off from our hostel in Istanbul. Barok the guide had amazing knowledge of the history of the ANZACs and we went to all the main...More
We had the most fantastic day yesterday’ at Gallipoli with an amazing guide called Burak, which was the best history lesson I have ever had in my life. Our driver Ali was amazing also and I am sorry I didn’t get to thank him for...More
It's a long day, but well worth doing. The bus was comfortable and the meal/toilet breaks came at the right times. The included lunch was basic but delicious. Our guide, Burak, was experienced, knowledgeable, and entertaining. I never felt rushed, despite the packed schedule in...More
Hi there, yes, you can organise to stay overnight in Eceabat with Crowded House. If you have more than a passing interest in military/WWI history, and want to see more than Anzac/Turkish sites, I'd advise staying overnight... More
Hi there, yes, you can organise to stay overnight in Eceabat with Crowded House. If you have more than a passing interest in military/WWI history, and want to see more than Anzac/Turkish sites, I'd advise staying overnight. I went for one day and regretted not staying overnight. I don't know if any of the normal tours - 1 or 2 days - cover all the memorials/sites. If you wish to see a specific memorial, it might be best to ask in advance. We saw a lot in one day, but I was very disappointed not to see the Irish graves - not covered in the one day trip which focuses on the Anzacs and the major Turkish sites. Also, we couldn't visit the new museum, which looked interesting. Have a great trip - it's a long way, but worth it.