Visite os principais locais da Península de Gallipoli, cenário de uma das mais dispendiosas campanhas militares da Primeira Guerra Mundial, nesta comovente excursão de um dia inteiro saindo de Istambul. Com guia especializado ao seu lado para fornecer informações sobre a campanha dos Aliados de 1915-1916 - em grande parte, realizada pelo exército da Austrália e Nova Zelândia (ANZAC) - visite os locais de Nek, Johnston's Jolly, ANZAC Cove, Lone Pine e Chunuk Bair; e faça uma parada para um almoço incluso, ao longo do caminho. Desfrute de toda a atenção do seu guia nesta excursão para grupos pequenos, com limite de 14 pessoas.
Very special place for all Australians, New Zealanders and Turkish people. Great to see this with an unbiased viewpoint with a Turkish guide. However, it is a long day! Nearly 18 hours in total, including about 12 hours on the road. But the good side was a thorough all areas guided tour of Gallipoli and Anzac Cove and the memorials.
the best part of our holiday in Europe - our guide was passionate, knowledgeable and seemed pleased to be showing us the battle field.
lots of stops, on and off the bus to visit sites and a good explanation of what happened at each of the sites. Great photo opportunities.
And while the pickup from the hotel was efficient, our bus driver told us nothing about where we were travelling, how long it would take, what stops we would have and our arrival at the meeting place had no explanations as to what was going to happen next.
While the tour was great and the guide was very knowledgable I think the title and additional cost of the tour was wrongly advertised. A small group tour to me is no more than 12 people however we were on tour with nearly 40 people. It was really disappointing as we were expecting the small group tour to be quite intimate and have more access to the guide however as it was so large I didn't feel we got the same experience. If I had know it would be such a large group I would have booked the normal tour. If I have any family and friends thinking of doing this tour I wouldn't recommend it as the normal tour would suffice.