4-Day ANZAC Dawn Service Gallipoli and Troy Tour From Istanbul

4-Day ANZAC Dawn Service Gallipoli and Troy Tour From Istanbul
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$450.32
Duration: 4 days
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Description

Australians and New Zealanders will stood together on the shores of the Gallipoli peninsula at a formal ceremony to honour the Anzac troops who fought and fell in Turkey 101 years ago.

The campaign waged at Gallipoli ensured that the name of this place would be written into the histories of New Zealand, Australia, Britain, Turkey and the many other countries that fought here, never to be erased.

24 APR ISTANBUL - DAWN SERVICE

4pm Meet at the front door of HAGIA SOPHIA MUSEUM
4.15pm Depart for Eceabat
9.30pm Depart Eceabat for Dawn Service.

25 APR DAWN SERVICE - CANAKKALE ( B BOX L )
5.30am Dawn Service
Service at Lone Pine
Service at Chunuk Bair
Lunch at Eceabat before returning to your hotel in Canakkale
Overnight Canakkale

26 APR GALLIPOLI - TROY ( B L )
Breakfast at the hotel
8am Fully guided ANZAC Battlefield Tour visiting
Brighton Beach
Beach Cemetery
ANZAC COVE
Ariburnu Cemetery
Lone Pine Memorial ( Australian )
Johnston’s Jolly
Chunuk Bair Memorial ( New Zealand )
At the conclusion of your tour you will be transported to Restaurant for lunch
2pm Across Dardanelles by ferry for Fully guided tour of the ancient city of Troy
You will see and hear about :
The Trojan Horse
Helen of Troy
The Trojan Wars
Sacficial Altars
The 3700 year old city walls
Houses of Troy 1 3000B.C. – 2500 B.C.
The battle between Achilles and Paris
Remains of the various cities from Troy I through to Troy IX
Return to your hotel
Overnight Canakkale

27 APR CANAKKALE – ISTANBUL ( B )
Breakfast at your hotel
9am A journey of 320 km which will include a comfort and refreshment stop on the half way
Following the stop you will continue to Istanbul where your coach drop-off point will be Hagia Sophia Square
( Ayasofya Meydani in Turkish )
Local taxi transportation to your hotel at your expence

Australians and New Zealanders will stood together on the shores of the Gallipoli peninsula at a formal ceremony to honour the Anzac troops who fought and fell in Turkey 101 years ago.

The campaign waged at Gallipoli ensured that the name of this place would be written into the histories of New Zealand, Australia, Britain, Turkey and the many other countries that fought here, never to be erased.