Start your tour by immersing yourself in the wonders of Istanbul. Experience an unforgettable cruise along the magnificent Bosphorus, capturing the spectacular sites. Then pay your respects to the fallen soldiers during the Dawn Service at ANZAC Cove and ceremonies at Chunuk Bair or Lone Pine.
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.
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 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.
3 and 4 star hotels
From Istanbul Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen Airports (on day 1)
Air-conditioned non-smoking coach or mini-bus
Services of experienced guide licenced by the Ministry of Tourism
At Travel Talk we do not only provide excellent value for premium adventures, but also strive to exceed expectations in every aspect of our trips, which is reflected in an enviable 98.9% customer satisfaction for 2016. We believe that our affordable tours, quality accommodation, transportation and sightseeing tours combined with likeminded people, passionate tour leaders and the overall atmosphere of a Travel Talk tour have made these results. However, we are never ones to rest on our laurels, and we continually try to improve on this year after year; and what do we get out of this? The satisfaction of our travellers!
Aykut was fantastic. Great knowledge of Turkey & Gallipoli, great sense of humour. Like the hoodie. Will definitely recommend to family/ friends.
Fantastic tour guide, very informative and easy to follow and understand. Regards.
Sezin was well organised and gave us good information about Turkey and Anzac Day plans. Thank you :)