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Gallipoli tour are experts in Gallipoli tours. We offer high quality Gallipoli day trips and multi-day package tours to all popular travel destinations in Turkey. We are the trusted professionals for all your Turkey travel needs.
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Istanbul Caddesi, Muhasebeci Sokak, No:3, Istanbul 34144, Turkey
My son and I travelled to Turkey from the UK explicitly to do the Gallipoli/Troy tour over 2 days. We are both in the Australian Army so we have a strong sense of connection with what went on over there. So our main effort was...More
I admit to having little interest in visiting this site, but thanks to our guide, it turned out to be a fascinating four hours of a battle that should never have taken place. The Turkish people have ensured that respect is shown to all soldiers...More
This is a must for all Aussie’s or New Zealanders to do when visiting Turkey. If you go there and back in one day be prepared for a four hour bus ride each way & the tour of Anzac cove and the memorial sites is...More
We opted for crowded House after seeing other good reviews and we too thought they were excellent. Everything was on time as promised and they give you lunch as well. The tour was well thought out and very detailed. Burak is a great guide and...More
We did a tour around Gallipoli over two days and didn’t realise it was a very large area to cover but it was amazing the guide was informative. We did lots of walking and travelling in the bus. Enjoyed it.
I did the Gallipoli day tour from Istanbul with these guys and would recommend it to everyone. Josh was our driver and he did a great job. Our guide Burak was outstanding, he blended historical insight with collected stories and his own perspective. The story...More
Would highly recommend crowded house for a day trip from Istanbul. The tour guide batuk, (I’m not sure if that name is correct) was very fun and knowledgeable. He made this experience very educational and enjoyable. Lunch provided was lovely and it didn’t feel like...More
Our private tour was organized by RAMAZAN of CROWDED HOUSE TOURS . He arranged a car and driver for 2 days as well as a top guide for the tour of Gallipoli . It meant that we cold leave Istanbul at 0800 and travel back...More
We did 2 you’re with them from Istanbul to Gallipoli and Troy the bus from Istanbul had massive gear box whine so take headsets or earplugs and the turn around was only 15 minutes.
Other than that it was great the tour guide were incredible...More
An 18 hour trip to Gallipoli via Crwded House tours. They collect you at 6.30am with a 5 hour coach ride, but once you arrive and your guide is with you it comes to life. The guides knowledge was amazing having done his job for...More
Has anyone used the Gallipoli Tour company out of Istanbul to Canakkale? Will be staying in Istanbul several nights
August 06, 2013|
You might get a better response if you ask this question in the Istanbul Forum.
Canakkale to Kusadasi (2 Replies)
We want to travel from Canakkale (after a Gallipoli tour) to Kusadasi in 2 days so we can catch a ferry to Samos. How far is it from Canakkale to Kusadasi? Are there good buses and how long will it take? We would like to hire a car - is it an enjoyable and easy drive? Any info or suggestions would be great. Thanks,
March 27, 2007|
about 8 or 9 hours yes there s bus companys
Should we stay or head back to Istanbul? (0 Replies)
Hi there, We're going to Turkey in May and will be catching a bus from Istanbul to Canakkale on the 22nd, then heading to Gallipoli for a day tour the following day. We were going to stay back in Canakkale that night then catch a bus back to Istanbul the next day to connect with a flight to Cappadocia. But it would actually fit in better to go back to Istanbul straight after our Gallipoli tour...can anyone tell me how long the tours usually last and whether it's possible/practical to...More