HIGHLIGHTS: • Gallipoli Peninsula • Brighton Beach • Beach Cemetery • ANZAC Cove • Ariburnu Cemetery • ANZAC Commemorative Site • Respect to Mehmetcik Statue • Lone Pine Australian Memorial • Johnston's Jolly • 57. Regiment Turkish Memorial • The Nek • Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial

Price: 100 Euro per person

Round trip transfers from/to Istanbul, lunch, Gallipoli city tour, entrance fees, all local transportations, professional guide

Excluded: Drinks at lunch, personal expenses

Pick up from your hotel in Sultanahmet between 06:30 - 07:00 (pick up time is 06:00am for hotels in Taksim area). Then, we will drive to Eceabat. We will have the lunch after arriving Eceabat and will start visiting Gallipoli. We will see Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetery, ANZAC Cove, Ariburnu Cemetery, ANZAC Commemorative Site, Respect to Mehmetcik Statue, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston's Jolly (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels), 57. Regiment Turkish Memorial, The Nek, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial.

Depart from Eceabat at 17:30 and return to your hotel in Istanbul around 23:00.

Gallipoli is in the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage List.


If you will not return to Istanbul, we can arrange bus from Eceabat to any other cities in Turkey (please contact us).

• The tour is regular including English speaking guide, entrance fees, lunch (drinks extra), transportation. Please contact us for private tour options.
• Programmes may change due to bad weather conditions.
• You can make any changes on the programme, if our programs are not suitable for you. We can work together on your itinerary.

ANZAC Cove is a small cove, where the ANZAC Corps landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula. There is a marble memorial above the beach where Ataturk wrote a tribute to the mothers of the fallen allied soldiers:
"Those heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives. You are now lying in the soil of a friendly country; therefore, rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side in this country of ours. You, the mothers, who sent their sons from far away countries, wipe away your tears; your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land, they have become our sons as well."
Chunuk Bair One of New Zealand's epic stands on the Gallipoli peninsula was in the heat of August 1915 at Chunuk Bair, one of the three high points on the Sari Bair range. These were the main objectives of the Anzacs' offensive of early August 1915 when they tried to break out of the stalemate with the Turks in the Anzac sector.
Johnston's Jolly Cemetery contains the known graves of one New Zealander. A further New Zealander, who served with the Australian Imperial Force, is known or believed to be interred in this cemetery and is commemorated by a special memorial.
Lone Pine Cemetery, called this name because of the single tree that grew there. 1.000 soldiers -many of them Australian- is lying this place. Lone Pine Memorial is one of five ANZAC memorials on the peninsula.