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Visit of Gallipoli. The World War I battlefields of Gallipoli are now a serene site. Troy, famous for the legendary Trojan horse from the times of Beautiful Helen, Queen of Sparta and visit to the site of the Temple of Artemis.
Day 1 – Gallipoli-Battlefields tour (L, D
Depart early morning for afternoon tour of Gallipoli. The World War I battlefields of Gallipoli are now a serene site. Visit the Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial, ANZAC Cove, Johnston’s Jolly and Gallipoli Museum. Overnight Canakkale
Day 2 – Troy, Pergamum, Kusadasi (B, L, D)
Tours of Troy and Pergamum, before continuing onto your choice of Selcuk or Kusadasi. Visit the ancient city of Troy, famous for the legendary Trojan horse from the times of Beautiful Helen, Queen of Sparta and the ancient town of Pergamum with its magnificent acropolis and one of the steepest theatres in the world. Its impressive temples, library and medical facilities made it a renowned cultural and political centre in its time. Then we will enjoy a display of locally handcrafted leather goods. Overnight Kusadasil
Day 3 – Ephesus, Kusadasi (B, L, D)
Absorb yourself in history today with a guided tour of Ephesus and a visit to the site of the Temple of Artemis. Feel the mystical atmosphere of the ancient city and theatre. Carpet weaving has long traditions in Turkey. At the carpet village we learn how the carpets are made by hand and what determines their value. Overnight Kusadasi
Day 4 – Ephesus, Kusadasi (B)
After breakfast our tour concludes and we say goodbye to our new friends.
Drinks, tips to guide and driver, personal expenses and optional tours.
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