Take a full-day private Troy and Gallipoli tour from Istanbul and explore the sites of two of the most famous battles in history. Visit the ruins of Troy, where the Trojan War took place, and see the Gallipoli Battlefield, site of the World War I battle. This tour is led by a local guide who will share stories and facts about these historic sites.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Istanbul in a private car at around 05:30 in the morning for the private Troy Gallipoli day tour. When you arrive in Canakkale, you will meet with your private English-speaking guide to begin the Troy Tour where you will visit the Trojan Horse, Sacrificial Altars, 3700-year-old City Walls, Houses of Troy I, 3000 B.C. In 2500 B.C., the Bouleuterion (Senate Building), Odeon (Concert Hall), and the Remains of the various cities from Troy I through to Troy IX were built. The Troy Tour will end at 11:30 am, after which you will be taken to Eceabat. You will have free time in Eceabat until 1:00 pm. The lunch location will be at a local restaurant in Eceabat. The Gallipoli Tour will begin after lunch. The places you will visit are Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetery, Ariburnu Cemetery, Anzac Commemoration Site, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston’s Jolly, 57th Regiment Turkish Memorial, The Nek, and Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial. You will depart for Istanbul at the end of the Gallipoli Tour at around 6:00 pm and will arrive in Istanbul around 11:00 pm. Our service ends with your return to your hotel in Istanbul.
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Christopher W. –
This was an excellent tour. Hasan, the guide for the Gallipoli portion, was extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the history of the area. He gave us a wealth of information at each site we visited. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone interested in learning more about the Gallipoli campaign and the Trojan War.