• Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Duration: 3 days (approx.)

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Book this Istanbul Super Saver and save 10% compared to booking the two tours separately.

Discover three of Turkey’s wonders on this thrilling 3-day tour of Troy, Gallipoli and Istanbul’s Sultanahmet neighborhood. This experience merges a 2-day tour of Troy and the Gallipoli First World War battlefields with a full-day tour of Istanbul’s most historic neighborhood. This Super Savor tour provides a fun and convenient way to experience these three destinations, hassle free.  Overnight accommodation is included in Çanakkale on Day 1.


  • Combine two exciting Istanbul tours for a discounted price
  • Spend the first two days on the 2-Day Troy and Gallipoli Tour from Istanbul
  • Explore the WWI battlefields of Gallipoli and visit ANZAC Cove, Brighton Beach, Lone Pine and more
  • Visit the archeological site in the ancient city of Troy and hear tales of Greek mythology
  • Enjoy the final day in Istanbul and see sights including Hagia Sophia and the Grand Mosque on a full-day tour
  • Stay overnight in a centrally located X-star Çanakkale hotel on Day 1

What You Can Expect

Istanbul Super Saver: Full-Day Istanbul Sightseeing and 2-Day Troy and Gallipoli plus ANZAC Battlefields Tour

Istanbul Super Saver: See the best sights of Istanbul including the Blue Mosque

Your 3-day Super Saver Turkey tour is a great way to see some of Turkey’s most coveted sights with ease. Begin your first night at a Çanakkale hotel (included) to rest up for the rest of your sightseeing adventure. Head to Gallipoli and Troy for two days of exploring these fascinating and picturesque destinations. Learn about the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and their historical battles at Gallipoli. Immerse in the wonders of Greek mythology Troy’s archeological sites.

Next, head to Istanbul. Be sure to book you own overnight accommodation for the second night, in Istanbul. Here you will admire the Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque and more on the final day’s tour.

Each day, you will enjoy a savory Turkish lunch, but plan for lunch on your own or at your guide’s expert recommendation.


Customer Reviews

Simone G

4 star rating: Recommended November 2014

We started off a bit unsure about this tour as we weren't actually given any information about what was happening until we got to lunch in Gallipoli and met our tour guide. Up until then we were simply picked up and driven down there with some stops along the way. But once the actual tour part of the day kicked off it was great! Our tour guide was full of information about both the ANZAC and Turkish sides of the Gallipoli battles, and the next day was also very informative about Troy. The accommodation overnight was fantastic, and included meals were delicious. The bonus Istanbul tour was a great way to to all the key sights in one day. This is a great tour if you're short on time in Turkey and want to see some highlights.

Ralph P

3 star rating: Worth doing December 2017

I did this tour back in November. The one day sightseeing tour was very informative. My tour guide was Hakan. He was kool and chill. He explained everything in detail and was very knowledgeable about stuff. I told him i was interested in how they made carpets and he took me to a spot. I also wanted some spices and tea. He knew just the right place. Then i told him i wanted to visit the Asian side of Turkey. He directed me how to get there and purchased the ticket for me. I would gladly recommend this tour and Hakan to anyone.
Troy and Gallipoli - this was ok. I didn't like fact you had to wait till the next day for the Troy tour which started till at 1P.M. I feel that's a waste of a day because then you have to get back to Istanbul, which is a good 5-6 hour drive. So that was a downer. However, the hotel that the tour people provided me to stay in was exceptional The Kolin Hotel. The actual Troy tour was very interesting. The guide was great. I think he has his own books about the place, and he has his own souvenir shop. The Gallipoli tour was intriguing. I learned a lot there. I forgot the tour guide's name Mohamed, i think, but he was lively and knew his history. Besides the Troy tour being at what i feel is an odd time, everything else was good.

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