Gallipoli & Troy Tour & Boat Trip 2 Days 1 Night

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Gallipoli & Troy Tour & Boat Trip 2 Days 1 Night

Let’s turn back in time and feel the dark days of World War I. Learn about famous historical sites and join an amazing boat trip.

Duration: 2 Days
Live Guide: English
Pick-up Services: Pickup from centrally located hotels.


  • Visit the memorials and cemeteries of the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign of World War I
  • Marvel at the ruined walls of Troy
  • Snorkel to see wreck of the Milo

Full Description

This is a 2 days 1-night tour to discover Turkey’s long history and famed battlefields. On the first day of our tour, we will be visiting Gallipoli which is an Italian form of a Greek word with the meaning of ‘’Beautiful City’’, and it is time to learn what is the story behind this beautiful place. We will visit Anzac cove which is the best-known spot in Gallipoli. Did you know that The Anzacs lost 8000 men in Gallipoli and 18,000 were wounded? Our guide will take us to the key battle locations and we will feel the days of the Great War together! On the second day of our tour, we will see the ancient city of Troy together! You will be listening to the interesting history of the Trojan War and the stories about Greek mythology. You will broaden your horizon with the things that you learn about this archeological place on this tour. You will be surprised when you learn how old the remains are. You will see how amazing The Odeon is with its capacity of 1500 spectators. We kept the surprise to the end: We will have a boat trip to visit landing beaches from the sea and also you will have a chance for snorkeling.

The detailed plan of our visit will be as follows:
06.00 Pick up from your hotel door in Istanbul’s Taksim area
06.30 Or pick up from your hotel door in Istanbul’s Sultanahmet area and transfer for Eceabat
12:00 Arrive in Eceabat.
12.15 Lunch at a local restaurant.
13.00 Depart from Eceabat for Fully Guided Gallipoli Tour Visiting:
• 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.
17.45 Arrive back in Eceabat and check-in/transfer to your hotel.

Breakfast at the hotel
08.00 Depart for Fully Guided Troy Tour Visiting.
• The Trojan Horse.
• Sacrificial Altars.
• The 3700-year-old city walls.
• Houses of Troy I, 3000 B.C. - 2500 B.C.
• The Bouleuterium (Senate Building).
• The Odeon (Concert Hall).
• Current excavations in progress.
• Remains of the various cities from Troy/through Troy IX.
11.45 Return from Troy Tour.
12.00 Ferry from Canakkale to Eceabat.
12.30 Lunch at a local restaurant.
13.30 Visit Kabatepe Simulation Center for a 3D recreation of many of the historical events of the campaign.
14.45 Take our boat to visit landing beaches from the sea.

     You will have a unique opportunity to see Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetery, ANZAC Cove, Ariburnu Cemetery and ANZAC Commemorative Site at North Beach from the sea, just as the soldiers of 1915 did. You will have the chance to snorkel over the wreck of the Milo, a steamer that was deliberately sunk in late 1915 to form a breakwater for William’s Pier.
17.00 Back to Eceabat.
17.30 Board the tourist bus to take you back to Istanbul.



  • Transportation from Istanbul to Eceabat and from Eceabat to Istanbul with A/C 'NO - SMOKING' vehicles
  • Fully Guided Gallipoli Tour with professional English speaking guides
  • Restaurant lunch before the Gallipoli tour
  • Fully Guided Troy Tour
  • Entrance to the Troy ancient site
  • Restaurant lunch on the second day
  • Entrance fee to the Kabatepe Simulation Centre
  • Boat trip to ANZAC landing beaches
  • We provide fins and snorkels
  • One night accommodation (B&B) (3 star, 4 star and 5-star options are available)
  • Refreshments

Meeting point

Pickup from centrally located hotels.


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About your Host

Crowded House

Crowded House Tours - based in Eceabat, the nearest town to the battlefields of 1915 - has long established itself at a leader in battlefield and historical tourism.
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Customer Reviews

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Mae - December 01, 2018

At least one night should be stayed there to have all the visits well.

Hattie - January 08, 2019

I had local tastes at hotel breakfast. And got Ezine Cheese before we returned.

Lydia - February 02, 2019

An area where has been fulled sadness. You see the people who do not care about their lives to protect their country. And young Anzac soldiers who do not know why they are here. In order to understand the value of country love the best place to visit.

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