Gallipoli, Troy, Pergamon Tours – 2 Days 1 Night

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Gallipoli, Troy, Pergamon Tours

Tours Duration Starts @ 06:15 Finishes @ 18:00
What to see * Beach Cemetery
* Anzac Cove
* First Anzac landing place
* Australian Memorial
* Johnston’s Jolly
* View Shrapnel Valley
* Turkish Memorial
* The Nek and Walker’s Ridge
* New Zealand Memorial
* Troy Ancient City
* Trojen Horse
* Pergamon Ruins
* Asclepion
* Medical Centre
2 Days – 1 Night – Gallipoli – Troy & Pergamon Tours

Gallipoli – Troy & Pergamon Tours Itinerary

Day 1 – Depart from your hotel @ 06:30 am
Arrival in Tekirdag. Breakfast break 30 minutes. Depart from Tekirdag to Gallipoli Area. Arrival to Gallipoli andGALLIPOLI TOUR


* 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

* 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.

After Troy Tour continue to Pergamon Ancient City. PERGAMON TOUR 


* Pergamon Ruins
* Asclepion
* Medical Centre

End of the Pergamon tour drive to Selcuk or Kusadasi where the tour ends.


GALLIPOLI: 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. There are sunken ships, trenches, castles, towers and hundreds of remains of the war. In total, there are graves and memorials of around 250,000 Turkish soldiers, and 250,000 from Australia, New Zealand, England and France. Thousands of people visit the war cemeteries every year, and it is one of the most famous sites in Turkey.

TROY: Ancient city of Troia (Troy), which was immortalized in Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey epics. According to archaeologists, Troy is only one of nine cities which were built on top of each other, the oldest of which dates back to 3000 BC. Its history covers an area beginning from the north side of the Edremit gulf, and reaches the southern shores of the Marmara Sea. To the south is Kazdagi (Ida Mountain), an attractive area to visit 30 km. away from Canakkale, in Hisarlik. Archeological excavations revealed the different time periods of various settlement areas, city ramparts, house basis, a temple and a theater. A symbolic horse made up of wood reminds the big Trojan war. Historical port, Alexandria – Troas was constructed during 3rd century B. C. St. Paul had visited here two times, and his third missioner voyage to Assos was started from here.

PERGAMON: It was one of the most beautiful cities of the ancient world. It’s architects and sculptors were among the finest in the Hellenistic world. The modern town is our first destination that we will visit. The Temple of Trajan, Hellenistic Barracks and Tower, Palaces, Library, Temple of Athena, theatre, temple of Dionysus, Altar and Zeus. Asclepion was one of the most famous shrines and therapeutic center in the ancient world. Red Church served as a temple of Serapis, an Egyptian God, used like church and known one of the Seven churches of Apocalypse of St.John. Before leaving Pergamon, we will visit local Archeological Museum.

What is including?
  • All transportation
  • Entrence fees
  • Guiding
  • 1 nights accommodation
  • 1 breakfast
  • Gallipoli-Troy-Pergamon tours
  • 1 lunches

What is excluding?

  • Dinner

  • Personal expens

  • Tips

Departure Days
  • Every Monday – Wednesday – Saturday in Summer
  • Every Monday in Winter


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