|This area is known for the war cemeteries and memorials for the Turkish and foreign soldiers killed during the World War I, around Canakkale Province in 1915.|
|Troy is only one of nine cities which were built on top of each other, the oldest of which dates back to 3000 BC.|
Gallipoli & Troy Tours Programme
Day 1 – Depart from your hotel @ 06:30 am
Arrival in Tekirdag. Breakfast break 30 minutes. Depart from Tekirdag to Gallipoli Area GALLIPOLI TOUR Visiting;
* Beach Cemetery ( John Simpson’s Grave )
* Anzac Cove
* Ari Burnu ( First Anzac landing place )
* Lone Pine Cemetery ( Australian Memorial )
* Johnston’s Jolly ( Walk in the Anzac trenches )
* View Shrapnel Valley * Turkish Memorial
* The Nek and Walker’s Ridge
* Chunuk Bair ( Main New Zealand Memorial )
End of the tour transfer check into hotel and Overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast. Depart from hotel for the TROY TOUR @ 08:30
TROY TOUR Visiting;
*A replica of the wooden horse that you can climb into for a photo.
* Excavation information centre which holds exhibits from the work underway.
* The fortification walls of Troy Vl with its tower and gateway entrance.
* Temple of Athena – the focal point of a great annual festival in honour of the goddess Athena.
* Schliemann’s trench – the discoverer of Troy
* The entrance ramp to Troy ll.
* The sanctuary – an important religious centre of its time.
* The odeon – intended for the presentation of musical performances.
* Current excavations in progress.
or Day 2 – Troy to Selcuk/Kusadasi
After our morning Troy tour, we drive back to Canakkale where you will board a local bus to Selcuk/Kusadasi.
Note: End of the tour if you like to go to Selcuk or Kusadasi extra 25 euro.
Hotel pick up is available from most centrally located Istanbul hotels. Please advise your full hotel name and address at time of booking.