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Gallipoli was the setting of a major World War 1 battle undertaken by Australian and New Zealand troops and marked a significant victory for the Turkish campaign against the Allies. Attending Gallipoli is not just a day to remember the thousands of soldiers that sacrificed their lives on all sides, but hear stories of courage, endurance and mateship and of the significance of this area.  Troy, both an archaeological site reflecting 4000 years of history of one of the most famous cities that existed and part of a legend reflected in Homer's "Illiad".  You can enjoy both of these tours over two unrushed days with expert guides. Highlights-Gallipoli Brighton Beach and Cemetery ANZAC Cove and Commenmorative Site Lone Pine Australian Memorial Johnston’s Jolly (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels) Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Cemetery The Nek Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial Troy Highlights: The Trojan Horse The 3700 year old city walls The Bouleuterion (Senate Building) The Odeon (Concert Hall) Remains of the various cities from Troy I through to Troy IX.
Gallipoli was the setting of a major World War 1 battle undertaken by Australian and New Zealand troops and marked a significant victory for the Turkish campaign against the Allies. Attending Gallipoli is not just a day to remember the thousands of soldiers that sacrificed their lives on all sides, but hear stories of courage, endurance and mateship and of the significance of this area.  Common feedback describes this as an unforgettable day. Highlights Brighton Beach and Cemetery ANZAC Cove and Commemorative Site Ariburnu Cemetery Lone Pine Australian Memorial Johnston’s Jolly  (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels) Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Cemetery The Nek Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial