All Gallipoli Tours: Gallipoli tour which is organized for Galipoli National park in Gallipoli Peninsula in Canakkale, Turkey, is a one of the most important tour of Gallipoli. There are lots of tours that you may think to do during your holiday in Canakkale, Turkey. All Gallipoli tours are easy to join: According to destination, It is possible to organize the gallipoli tour as day trip or part of package.
Here is the information, you will find for the gallipoli tours that you may join from where you want to continue it for: You may start from Istanbul to Canakkale and do the your things to do in Gallipoli Peninsula, you may leave it to the end of your visitings and sightseeing then join accordingly.
If you are planing a trip to Turkey, you may put Gallipoli peninsule in your list, you may be interest because, Gallipoli famous with the WWI. " The Battle of Gallipoli or the Battle of Gallipoli were the sea and land battles between the Ottoman Empire and the Entente States during the World War I between 1915 and 1916 on the Gallipoli Peninsula".
What is MUST DO in Canakkale?
Plan your trip to Canakkale and visit the Gallipoli Battlefields and National Park.
Kilitbahir Fortress, The Gallipoli Peninsula on the European side of the Dardanelles is the home of many monuments dedicated to those who served in the pivotal World War I battles that took place in the area.
One of these monuments is the Canakkale Martyrs’ Memorial, which was built between 1954 and 1958 to honor the service of 253,000 Turkish soldiers who took part in the eight-month-long Battle of Gallipoli, which took place from April to December in 1915. Beneath the Memorial is a museum dedicated to the battle and to the north is a war cemetery where 600 Turkish soldiers are buried.
The Helles Memorial (a.k.a. the British Memorial), commemorates the names of the British soldiers who lost their lives during the Battle of Gallipoli on the base of the monument, which is shaped like an obelisk.
The peninsula’s Anzac Cove Ceremonial Area honors members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who used the cove as their base during the Battle of Gallipoli, and the Lone Pine Cemetery and Memorial is dedicated to the fallen soldiers who fought in the Battle of Lone Pine.
The Chunuk Bair Memorial commemorates the New Zealand soldiers who died during the Battle of Sari Bair.