Travel Talk has been a leading operator of ANZAC Day tours for over 18 years. ANZAC Day dates back to 1915, when the Allied army of Australia and New Zealand fought to capture the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey. The resulting conflict led to great loss of life, with nearly 13,000 Australian and New Zealand soldiers killed. The 25th of April 2020 marks the 105th anniversary of the Anzac’s landing at Gallipoli shores to fight in World War I. Join Hundreds of fellow Australians and New Zealanders as they gather to remember and honour the fallen, attend the dawn service and pay their respects on the very same shores. The memorial sites and stunning atmosphere take you back in time and guide you through this unique experience.
Take an Anzac short break tour to experience an amazing occasion that plays a huge part in both Australia and New Zealand’s history and what has shaped the countries to what they are today. Anzac Day is a day of remembrance for the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who fought and died at Gallipoli in 1915. Pay your respects to the fallen, attend the dawn service, wander through the memorial sites and walk through the trenches. This is moving experience for all antipodeans, that all should encounter in their life time.
Lone Pine, Chunuk Bair, Anzac Cove, Johnston's Jolly, North Beach, Ari Burnu, Hell Spit, Brighton Beach, Shrapnel Valley, Artillery Raod, Quinn's Road and more…
The exterior features a beautiful cascade of domes and six minarets and blue Iznik tiles adorn the interior giving the building its unofficial but commonly used name.
The Hagia Sophia, among the Seven Wonders of the World, awaits you with all its magnificence. The hundreds of years old structure will fascinate you on sight.
Home of the Sultans, heart of the Ottoman Empire… Roam through the royal palace of the Ottomans and follow their footsteps to see their most valued treasures.
The legendary city where you can outline layers of ruins of cities built on top of each other and visit the famous Trojan horse, awaits you.
A region of exceptional natural and man-made wonders. Take the chance to discover underground cities carved into rock, fairy chimneys and many more...
Home of the world-famous travertines, the cotton castle. You will witness the unusual and beautiful scenery just near the ancient city of Hierapolis, the ancient cure center.
The best preserved ancient town in Turkey, Ephesus embarks you on a journey to ancient times while roaming the streets.
The Asklepion is a famed ancient medical center built in honor of Asclepius, the god of healing. It was also the world's first psychiatric hospital.
Feel and experience the local life around the town. Ayvalik has many local cafes and restaurants, and is surrounded with many beautiful beaches.